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Here at Morris Brothers Motorsports, we service all vintage and modern Porsches. Below is a list of current Porsche models that we work on.
The legendary 911 began production all the way back in 1965. Since then the 911 model has undergone many iterations but still remains the beautiful and refined sports car that Ferdinand Porsche envisioned. Some even still are offered with a manual transmission keeping the 911 heritage alive and well. Demand for these machines have only grown since its conception making it one of the most desirable sports cars ever produced.
The Macan is the entry level SUV in the Porsche lineup. Based on Audi/VW architecture it is a small but reliable SUV that has exploded in popularity in recent years. These come in many different trims from the base model with a 2.0 liter turbo to the GTS model with a 2.9 liter twin-turbo V6.
At the top of the SUV line is the Cayenne. First introduced in 2003 the Cayenne paved the way for European SUV's. It originally came with a VR6 and could even be found with a manual transmission. Since then it has gone through various generations with multiple engine and transmission options. It is still sold today and has created an entire new segment of Porsche enthusiasts.
The Boxster was first introduced in 1996 as an entry level sports car into the Porsche brand. The car came with a flat six engine similar to the 911 but was mid-engine compared to the 911's rear-engine which led to a more balanced driving experience. Later on, Porsche introduced the Cayman which was based on the Boxster but was hardtop only as opposed to the Boxster's convertible only chassis.
Beginning in 2009 the Panamera was produced with either a V6 or V8. However it was placed in the front of the car. This was a departure from the classic Porsche formula of a flat engine behind the driver but offered a more luxurious package still packed with plenty of power.
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