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Porsche Centrum Gelderland (that’s in the Netherlands) is celebrating five years of its history with the unveiling of a special edition 911, appropriately called Gelderland. It will be limited to only 5 units and will be available in targa, coupe, and convertible versions.

Each unit will be identified by a unique number, which will be found on the dashboard and the sill of the car. However, the biggest change in the car will comes from a special edition IWC Big Pilot watch that has been designed with the same color as the paint and leather from the interior. It also contains a special dial featuring a red number 5, a reference to the anniversary. The watch gets a unique number and Porsche Centrum Gelderland logo engraved on the back.

The watch itself is priced at about 40,000 euro ($56,000 at the current exchange rates) and is part of this special edition. The price of the car was not released at this time, but it will be on display this weekend at the dealer in Hesteren.



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  (205) posted on 03.31.2011

Yeah, it is likely that at least two of them are already signed off to their new owners. And those remaining will probably have interested buyers right now.

  (409) posted on 03.31.2011

Well, I would prefer going with the standard 911. For one, that is way much cheaper than this, and it doesn’t have those unnecessary blings. And the car is already performing as well as it is.

  (797) posted on 03.29.2011

Wonder who would be getting the five models. From the looks of it, these models might have preordered already even before they presented to the public.

  (592) posted on 03.29.2011

Well, since this one is an exclusive model, then we can expect them to stick with the current number pf units that they are intending to produce. And it is likely that these cars already have owners signed up for them.

  (31) posted on 03.28.2011

Porche 911. The name itself is distinct. Moreover, the look and feel is too good. Although the limited output of 5 cars resembles its successful 5 years, I hope they release more cars.

  (383) posted on 03.28.2011

hmm. Is it worth it to celebrate its "five years" as a line? I don’t think so. I think its much better if they celebrate after a decade or if they have sold more than 5 units!

  (336) posted on 03.28.2011

Well, it might not have other features aside from the color, but it still looks good. A bit of a disappointment though, since they will be making only five units.

  (347) posted on 03.28.2011

This one actually doesn’t look that much different with the standard 911, except for the color, which is rather good. But probably the biggest appeal of this one are the goodies that come with it.

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