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The No. 001/001 plaque on the dashboard sums up the rarity of this Porsche model: Guided by the principles of the newly launched Porsche Sonderwunsch program, the experts at Porsche Classic created a car that is absolutely unique. In just two and a half years, a used 1998 911 Carrera (Type 996) was transformed into the Porsche 911 Classic Club Coupe, spelled the American way without an accent, because the car was made for the Porsche Club of America (PCA), the sport car brand’s oldest and largest club.
The idea for this unique factory car arose during a meeting between representatives of the Porsche Club of America and Alexander Fabig, now Head of Individualization and Classic at Porsche, and designer Grant Larson from Style Porsche. To keep it secret, the vehicle was known internally as ‘Project Grey’.
“The Type 996 is unjustly overshadowed by the other 911 ranges. That’s why we were happy to choose it as the basis for demonstrating all the things we can do with Porsche Classic and...