The ultimate evolution of the 924 that was introduced in 1976, the Porsche 968 was the "entry-level" car from the German manufacturer. While similar in shape to the outgoing 944, the 968 replaced 80% of the parts, earning a new designation from the company. The 968 Club Sport pictured here was intended as a stripped-down model for racing, although the entire 968 options catalog was available. The 3-liter four makes 240 horsepower and 225 lb-ft of torque, and a rear-mounted transaxle provides perfect weight balance and handling. Painted a striking Guards red with black Club Sport script, the car has been meticulously maintained with fully-documented service records. The interior features original lightweight Recaro racing buckets and is as mint as the exterior. A great example for new Porsche enthusiasts, this newtimer 968 is a modern classic.