It's looking dangerously tempting again.
With prices starting around £22k for cars needing work, good examples at £28k and faultless cars in the £36.5k to £45k, these ballistic 911s make most rivals seem ludicrously expensive. Remember, the halo cars of the 996 range – Turbo, GT2 and GT3 – still used the near bombproof evolution of the Hans Mezge-designed flat six, not the fragile all-new engine designed for the 996 911 and 986 Boxster.
The 2001 Turbo pictured sold with H&H in November for a whiff under £23k, despite its 64.5k mileage and service history. Hard to think of a more invigorating way to spend that sort of sum that's actually legal.
Price Guide Movers On The Up is part of 23 pages of market tips, analysis, buying advice and Price Guide Quarterly produced in conjunction the classic car insurance specialist Hagerty in the latest issue ofClassic Cars