Porsche 911 Gt2Rs, Porsche 911, Gt2Rs

The Porsche 911 is a must have sports car for speed fans and adrenaline junkies. Manufactured by the Porsche AG firm in Stuttgart, Germany, it has a truly distinctive design which has a rear engine similar to the much vaunted Volkswagen (the peoples wagon according to Hitler), with independent rear suspension.

Introduced in 1963, it has undergone numerous changes, both by private individuals and motoring companies and also from the company itself for rallying and other forms of racing. Throughout its various adjustments, the basic concept and shape of the 911 has stayed the same.

The Porsche 911Parts is arguably the sharpest and most quick witted compact performance car in the world.
Just mention it and likely everyone will understand what you are referring to, that’s, of course based on where you hail from, in Germany it is known as the nine eleven, which in America would signify the unfortunate date of GROUND ZERO and if you were to call it nine one then again it is the code for the emergency services.

Porsche AG manufactures components for all its 911’s that are available at all its dealerships throughout the world, or direct from the factory in Stuttgart. You can also become after-market parts (these are parts that available for the 911 but are not made by the Porsche group). Original Porsche parts from Porsche’s major dealers have a full manufacturer warranty.

The components can be arranged through the dealership, or through Porsche’s site that is secured using the 128-bit SSL encryption, so that the buyers credit card information is protected.

While purchasing Porsche 911 parts through the website, you can browse an online catalog where you can choose the part based on the requirement. There are photographs of the parts, which are always being upgraded. This makes it much easier for the buyer to get the correct part for his 911.

Finally, when ordering a part, there are core charges that the manufacturer charges the purchaser for. A core is the old part you’re replacing. When you purchase a re-manufactured part, manufacturers want the core so they can rebuild it and add it to their inventory. The core charge is similar to a deposit — you cover it when you place the order, but it is refunded if you send back your old part.

Why the 911 is Relevant

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