I'm not saying you have to be under 5'8" to drive a 911, but if you are, and your entire family are of that diminutive scale, they make great family cars. OK we have a big modern 4 x 4 Mercedes thing for swallowing bikes/dogs/washing machines/car parts etc but we actually use this old beast quite a bit. Its small, easy to park and quiet around town... lied about the last part.
At the moment, we still have the goodwill of the kids, who still think of it as a bit of a hoot. ( I'm sure that in a few years to come, as teenagers they will be horrified and embarrassed by Daddies silly cars )
Above is a kids eye view of life. I actually think that the 993 has more rear legroom than the more modern variants, or maybe its just thinner carpets?
The 993 is our third 911, we started with a 996 Targa, you could put 2 baby seats, a travel cot ( behind the seats in the hatch bit ), a buggy in the front bonnet, and a few carefully selected squishy bags in that, and go away for the weekend
Below is the moment we rolled our 997 onto the deck of a small ferry, slight concern on the kids faces, but the car took it in its stride! a great car, just a shame there was no spare wheel ( hence we had a puncture involving a recovery truck every 6 or so months )
They equip the more modern versions with a beer holder... how much more practical can a family car get??