31: Porsche 968 Club Sport
During the nineties, Porsche had an epiphany, the company wanted to create an entry-level sportscar for the rest of us. The company did just that with the Porsche 968 Club Sport. This non-turbo powered four-cylinder car was naturally aspirated as opposed to a turbocharged model. The idea for an entry-level sports car worked in Porsche’s favor and the car sold in decent numbers. Because the engine is a basic design, maintenance costs on this Porsche are a lot less expensive.
You aren’t going to be breaking any land speed records in the 968 Club Sport, but you’ll have a rewarding experience. The resale price for this model has stayed consistent, as most Porsche enthusiasts are interested in a non-turbo variant. With the unique design and staple of the nineties behind it, the Porsche 968 Club Sport is a solid car to own.