The Porsche 959 Is a $1.5 Million Automotive Icon

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  • Published on:  Tuesday, December 4, 2018


    The Porsche 959 is one of the most famous Porsche models of all time -- and the 959 is one of the most famous cars from the 1980s. Today I'm reviewing the Porsche 959 to show you the details of one of the world's most amazing cars.

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  • Doug DeMuro
    Doug DeMuro  10 days ago +3210

    Have a good day at school, sweetie! Don't lose your 959 first aid kit!

    • Kommunisator
      Kommunisator  18 hours ago

      That first aid kit is actually standard in a German car since the 80s ^^
      Haven't changed much, you can still buy kits like these for around 10€ everywhere. You have to replace them every few years, the sterile parts expire.

    • Dale Miller
      Dale Miller  20 hours ago

      My only question for Bill Gates or Jerry Seinfeld would be 'Did you sign the first aid kit in your 959?'

    • Mo Mojito
      Mo Mojito  23 hours ago

      Actually, this is a pretty standard first aid kid from the late eighties and early nineties in germany. I had on in my 1993s Opel Corsa A gsi. In germany we like to be prepared for worst case scenarios... for example drive in WWIII with the 959 and offering first aid for a whole company. ;) best regards from germany

    • Colin Ashby
      Colin Ashby  4 days ago

      Doug DeMuro Doug, you never. Show us you starting the cars, would love to have seen this one start up and pull off

    • Michael Schäfer
      Michael Schäfer  4 days ago

      +punkerchen maybe a thing only US-people make fun of ...

  • Brody Bowen
    Brody Bowen  an hour ago

    Doug. Drive a volvo s60 polestar

  • Amayzin Rayzin
    Amayzin Rayzin  2 hours ago

    the title reads "1.5 dollar million automotive icon"

  • aneebaba06
    aneebaba06  3 hours ago

    I've got a midsize toy version if this car 🙂

  • Alex Barman
    Alex Barman  3 hours ago


  • Lee in NC
    Lee in NC  5 hours ago

    You gave "one of the all-time icons of the automotive industry" a Doug Score of 65. I don't even know what to say other than you should just throw the Doug Score out for some cars. (this would be one of those cars)

  • Larry Michael
    Larry Michael  5 hours ago +1

    Kinda ugly but I'm not a porshe fanboy

  • Lee in NC
    Lee in NC  5 hours ago

    I'm just at the coffee ad. I'm really hoping you don't give the 959 a Doug Score...

  • Kimokeo Cole
    Kimokeo Cole  6 hours ago

    Is this Orange County. This looks like newport beach/ irvine area

  • Max Carter
    Max Carter  7 hours ago

    30 minutes talking about warning labels and books in the glovebox, two minutes driving it.

  • Jeff Gilligan
    Jeff Gilligan  7 hours ago

    hood popper in door looks cheap breakable

  • Jeff Gilligan
    Jeff Gilligan  7 hours ago

    Beautiful but no car worth that money

  • VolksTrieb
    VolksTrieb  8 hours ago

    Weil der vom Rennwagen 956 abgeleitete Boxer für die Straßenzulassung zu laut war, erklärte Porsche den Ersten zum Geländegang. So konnte der 959 die Geräuschmessung einen Gang höher (und damit leiser) bestehen. From Autobild.
    Means: Because the engine was too loud, porsche declared the first gear to the Offroad gear, so the measurement was one gear further up which means more silent so it passed ;)

  • RapidKiller11b
    RapidKiller11b  11 hours ago

    I'm kinda disappointed that no one will ever write their name on the first aid kit since that would lower the value

  • ShinTsu
    ShinTsu  12 hours ago

    one of my Fav cars, I think people don't notice since porches look all alike. i only think a GT or a 356 will give people notice

  • Capt. George
    Capt. George  13 hours ago

    F40 was such a kooler supercar. That ass on that 959 was like a dumpy ass on a fat women.

  • glashoppah
    glashoppah  14 hours ago

    So - there appears to be a keyhole in the trailing door edge (the part facing the jamb when the door is closed). What is the purpose of that keyhole?

  • glashoppah
    glashoppah  14 hours ago

    Central locking didn't just lock and unlock doors, it usually also locked the front and rear compartments (boot and engine) and the fuel filler door.

  • zm5431
    zm5431  17 hours ago

    This car was a beast in Porsche Unlimited.

  • Herathrig
    Herathrig  18 hours ago

    finally! I've been waiting for this review for so long.