But owning an older sports car brings with it its own set of concerns--like sourcing hard-to-find parts or restoring damaged or deteriorated interior and exterior bits. Sometimes you can take care of things on your own--but sometimes you'll need some help.
That's where factory programs like Porsche Classic come in--they can deliver the parts, and do the work, restoring cars to better-than-new condition (if your budget allows).
Even with the help of Porsche Classic, there's a lot of potential for investing yourself in a classic car that doesn't exist even in the highly-personlizable modern market--you can feel as if you truly helped the car come (back) to life.
So with factory support and a myriad if enticing classic models to choose from, is the best new-to-you Porsche an old Porsche?