The first Porsche was produced in 1948 in the small town of Gmünd, Austria. Their first model was designated 356/1, and was an open-topped, mid engined roadster. There were roughly 50 more produced over the next year and a half, until Porsche moved into their current home in Stuttgart, Germany, in 1951. The 356 lasted until the early 1960's, when their 2nd model, the 911, appeared. Since then, Porsche has used 900 series #'s to identify their models. To date, there have been 12 production types, listed below in the table.
Remember, these are ONLY the production models---the racing types can be found under the 'Racing' link on the Main Page. There are also variations of the models listed here, many of which can be found in the 'Special Editions and Prototypes' section from the Main Page.
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