Over the course of 54 years, Porsche has built one million 911s, and it believes about 70 percent of those cars are still roadworthy today.
Here it is -- the one millionth Porsche 911 ever built.
Its paint job is called Irish Green, and it's been around since the first series 911s started rolling out of the factory.
Old-school touches abound here.
The handmade steering wheel sports a mahogany top and bottom, a throwback to the wood steering wheels of yore.
This car won't be going to a private owner -- it will live at the Porsche Museum, as it should.
As you might expect, there are quite a few badges commemorating this milestone.
The Porsche crests on the hood and steering wheel are the same design that was used in the 1960s.
The custom leather seats feature houndstooth inserts, which is my personal favorite touch here.
Even the center caps are different than normal.
Porsche can be proud of this one.
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