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The Porsche 911 Tail Lights is a sports car made by Porsche of Stuttgart, Germany. The famous, distinctive and good quality car has undergone continuous development since its introduction in 64. Mechanically it is notable for being rear engined and, until the introduction of the all new Type 996 in 1999, air cooled. All 911 Tail Lightss use 6 cylinder boxer engines. Since its inception the 911 Tail Lights has been changed, both by private teams and the factory itself, for racing and other types of automotive competition. It is often cited as the most successful car ever, especially when its variations are included, mainly the powerful 935.