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This year sees Porsche celebrate its 70th anniversary. We mark this auspicious landmark with our special buyer’s guide rating every model, from the 356 to the latest Cayman, with top advice and a whole lot more!

There can’t be a more affordable, accessible and attainable supercar on the block than a Porsche, nor one which everybody can afford to own. True, some models may not be picture perfect Porsches to everybody but each model comes with that enviable reputation for drivability, durability and desirability. This special buying guide which celebrates 70 years of the marque looks at all models, from the 356 that started it all, right up to the family-sized, family friendly four-door Panamera – and includes our views on every car, prices to pay and best buying advice.

One thing’s for sure – once you’ve owned a Porsche, you’ll find it difficult to accept anything less. There’s no other supercar that can be used as a daily driver and not complain about it, while their build strength and durability is the stuff of legends, as is their driving prowess, right down to the humble 924. Porsche itself is also very pro-active and protective of its classics, which is hardly surprising given that more than two-thirds of all models are said to be still on the road!

Even before you buy your prized Porsche, it’s a wise move to join one of the numerous owners’ clubs or forums first of all. Porsche Club GB is the main one and offers an enormous range of services to its members and this includes dedicated Porsche racing championships to suit all cars (even standard road ones) and pockets.

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