Ah I'll say Porsche is an interesting brand, it's not for everyone, and certainly if you care about having a car that stands out or you want something that looks exotic, most of them fall quite short. But my god, the driving experience, the refinement, the reliability, the way they adapt to all situations, it's just something else. It's one of those things that when you drive a good 911, you understand why it's the benchmark. How something so strangely designed could be so balanced near and at the limit almost defies all logic. The car you posted is the 996 generation, which is a very divisive generation because of the headlights, the fact that they are the first water cooled generation, and also the fact that they moved to more efficient parts bin construction. As a result those cars are currently a bit of a bargain, but that might not be the case for long.