Porsche 911s typically fly under the radar when compared to some of the more eye-catching sports cars and supercars on the market but for those in the market for a 911 that stands out from the crowd, Marshall Goldman in Cleveland, Ohio has a pair of bright green models up for sale.
The first and most expensive of the duo is a 2019 Porsche 911 Speedster finished in a color known as Lizard Green, the same shade of green available with the 991.2-generation 911 GT3 RS. This is the first 911 Speedster we’ve seen painted like this and it makes for a very striking car.
Beyond the Lizard Green paint, the sports car is sitting on a set of 20-inch centerlock wheels, includes a front axle lift system, extended range fuel tank, yellow brake calipers, and black LED headlights.
The original owner of the car clearly left no stone unturned when speccing out the car as it has been equipped with the Extended Deviated Stitching Package which means there is contrasting green stitching across the dashboard, steering wheel, steering column trim, seats, gear lever boot, center console lid, and door panels. Also featured is a Bose premium sound system. The car has 111 miles (178 km) under its belt and an asking price of $368,900, significantly more than its MSRP of $305,670.
The second green Porsche 911 you see is painted Viper Green and is a used 2018 911 Turbo S Coupe. Like the Speedster, it too has black wheels but sports green brake calipers to match the paint finish and is equipped with the 911’s available Aerokit. It has 1,296 miles (2,085 km) on the clock and is much more affordable than the Speedster with an asking price of $157,900.
Price aside, which of the two would you rather own?