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After the great success of his Porsche 911 Turbo book entitled “Aircooled years 1975-1998”, Andreas Gabriel has in recent years exhaustively investigated the Classic 911 G model. This Porsche 911 became a real evergreen and kept its place in the model range for all of sixteen years. A feat not achieved by any subsequent generation of the ‘Eleven. The G model has always been – and still remains – one of the most popular classic Porsches, combining as it does sophisticated and reliable technology with unbeatable driving pleasure. Andreas Gabriel had the opportunity to talk to the developers of this air-cooled classic and even met the man who campaigned to crucial effect for the survival of the ‘Eleven at the end of 1970s, when it w
as due to be replaced by the Porsche 928. The book “Porsche 911 Aircooled Years 1974 – 1989” presents every single model from this series. In addition to detailed purchase advice and price trends in recent years, it deals exhaustively with all six limited editions, some of which are completely unknown even to connoisseurs. For this book project, Porsche once again provided access to its historical archive, which is why the reader can now see, among other things, previously unpublished photographs of Helmuth Bott taken during the testing phase of the G model in Algeria. Internationally recognised Porsche expert Tobias Kindermann has also compiled an exclusive technology and statistical section for all Porsche 911 models from model years 1974 – 1989.
ISBN 978-3-9814592-3-4, 425 pages , price €99,80
Title: Our Le Mans: The Movie – The Friendship – The Facts Author: Hans Hamer Publisher: Delius Klasing Format: 216 pages, Hardcover Where to Buy:Delius Klasing website(link is external) How Much: 39.90 € (~ $49 at time of writing)
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Mit dem 911 Turbo 3.0 stellte Porsche Mitte der 70er-Jahre den ersten Seriensportwagen Deutschlands mit Turbolader-Technik vor. Diesem stärksten Serien-Porsche widmet Dirk-Michael Conradt nun erstmals einen eigenen Band, in dem er die bemerkenswerte Entstehungsgeschichte des Turbos und dieses Elfers beschreibt, jeden Modelljahrgang bis in die Gegenwart ausführlich dokumentiert, seine Fahrleistungen und seine Technik unter die Lupe nimmt sowie einen Blick auf die Preisentwicklung des Porsche Turbo gewährt. Der Bogen spannt sich von den ersten Versuchen in den 60ern über den 930 bis hin zu den neuen 991-Entwicklungen.
The iconic Porsche 917 took Porsche to its first Le Mans victory in 1970, winning again in 1971, and then dominating the North American Can-Am series in 1972 and 1973. The 917 was driven by drivers such as Derek Bell, Jo Siffert, Jackie Oliver, Pedro Rodriguez, Mark Donohue and Brian Redman. The car was also the star of the film Le Mans, in the hands of Steve McQueen, whose car featured the iconic John Wyer Automotive (JWA) Gulf livery. Today, the Porsche 917 is one of the most sought-after and revered classic sports-racing cars of all time. This manual provides a fascinating insight into the design, evolution, operation, maintenance and restoration of the Porsche 917.
When the Porsche 912 was introduced in the spring of 1965, some members of the staff were not quite happy with the new model, for it still had the four-cylinder engine of the 356 that was no longer in production, while the 911 already had the new six-cylinder, and had become a legend. However, the 911 was so expensive that many Porsche devotees in Germany could not, or did not want to, afford to buy it. For this reason, Porsche quickly needed a new, less expensive model so the 912 came into being, and from 1966 to 1969 about 32,000 vehicles were built.
Apart from the Porsche 912 Coupé (1965 to 1969) this book also presents the Porsche 912 Targa (1966 to 1969). Less well-known, but all the more intriguing, is the story of the Porsche 912E, built in 1976 just for the US market, and of which only 2099 specimens exist.
The Carrera 2.7 book has been meticulously researched using the Porsche factory archives, private collections, period documentation and intensive study. The book attempts to cover everything an owner, restorer, historian or enthusiast would want to know about this intriguing 911 variant. Content includes comprehensive discussion of original options, photos of key details, insights into factory production, competition history and a considerable amount of material never before published. Although primarily focused on the top-of-the-line mechanically-fuel injected Carrera 2.7, this book will also prove valuable to enthusiasts of any of the Porsche 911 and 930 Turbo models produced during the mid-1970s. Isbn 9780996268288
One year on from Porsche’s return to top level sports car racing, and in front of more than 200,000 spectators, the brand celebrated its 17th overall win at the Le Mans 24 hours. The close-knit team celebrated as one as the Porsche 919 Hybrid, driven by Nico Hülkenberg, Earl Bamber and Nick Tandy crossed the finish line. Months of preparation led to this extraordinary result, after 24 hours of hard racing. The tension during the final lap was palpable, and the tears of joy as the chequered flag waved could hardly be contained. Mark Webber, Brendon Hartley and Timo Bernhard completed the 1-2 for Porsche by finishing second overall. In the GT-Pro class, one of the two works-entered 911s secured fifth place while in the GT-Am category, Hollywood star Patrick Dempsey finished second in class after a performance worthy of a film script. In words and images, this book documents the entire story of the Porsche teams during the 83rdrunning of the Le Mans 24 Hours, from the presentation of the cars to the final result, via the test day, scrutineering, the practice sessions and the drivers’ parade and also, of course, all the action from the great race.ISBN 9783928540797 Bookstore
Porsche made history when it brought turbocharging to the racing world in the form of the 917. When strict regulations regarding engine displacement took away the option of bigger engines, manufacturers turned to forced induction. In its wildest trim, the original 12-cylinder turbocharged Porsche racing engine yielded as much as 1,400 horsepower! Porsche’s official philosophy was that racing cars must have a connection to street cars, so it was preordained that Porsche would eventually produce a turbocharged version of its air-cooled flat-six cylinder engine.
The resulting 930 Turbo appeared in the spring of 1975 in Europe. Acceleration from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour took a scant 5.5 seconds, and its top speed was 155 miles per hour. The Turbo’s distinctive rear wing let the world know that this was something very special. It was nothing less than the rebirth of the high-performance automobile. At a time when the big-block engines in America’s so-called “muscle cars” were putting out 180 horsepower and the engines in exotic supercars weren’t much more ambitious, the lightweight Porsche was a genuine rocket. ISBN 9780760347584 Bookstore
Porsche, the myth. Since 1948, the cars from Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen bring automotive enthusiasts from around the world into raptures. The track record of the Porsche brand is based on decades of experience in automotive and motor sports. The spectrum of automotive innovation ranges from 356 to 911 up to the Panamera, the first Porsche four-door Gran Turismo. This, in cooperation with the Historical Archives of the Porsche AG, resulting book Porsche Sounds describes the development of the company and the individual models, in which the most important ones are illustrated double-sided. In addition, the book gives an insight into the realm of motor sport. Also the topic emotion doesn’t come short: Audiophile automotive enthusiasts find a CD with the original engine sounds of the most interesting Porsches vehicles! The coolest Porsche product – after the car itself: book, library and design piece in one. Dieter Landenberger is a studied art historian and director of the Historical Archives of Porsche AG. He has published several Porsche books. ISBN 9783943573190
The iconic Porsche 917 took Porsche to its first Le Mans victory in 1970, winning again in 1971, and then dominating the North American Can-Am series in 1972 and 1973. The 917 was driven by drivers such as Derek Bell, Jo Siffert, Jackie Oliver, Pedro Rodriguez, Mark Donohue and Brian Redman. The car was also the star of the film Le Mans, in the hands of Steve McQueen, whose car featured the iconic John Wyer Automotive (JWA) Gulf livery. Today, the Porsche 917 is one of the most sought-after and revered classic sports-racing cars of all time. This manual provides a fascinating insight into the design, evolution, operation, maintenance and restoration of the Porsche 917. Isbn 9780857337658. Bookstore.
Porsche’s fabled 911 represents the ultimate expression of Ferdinand Porsche’s original vision of the perfect sports car. InThe Complete Book of Porsche 911, author and photographer Randy Leffingwell provides a year-by-year overview of Stuttgart’s most famous car, from the original 901 prototype to today’s technologically advanced GT2 and GT3 derivatives. Along the way, he highlights the racing, prototype, and limited-production cars–offering the most complete reference available to these top-tier sports cars.
In this book, you’ll find the air-cooled cars of 1963 to 1998, then the water-cooled 911s of 1998 to present day. See the 911 Classic, the 964 series, 993 series, and 996 and 997 series. With behind-the-scenes info on the evolution of the sports car, this book packs in the goods for any serious auto lover. Illustrated throughout with photos from Porsche’s own historical archive, along with detailed technical specification tables, The Complete Book of Porsche 911 offers a thorough account of one of the most beloved enthusiast cars ever produced. Found here.
In this book, the Porsche archive and two exceptional authors work together to present the history of this racing engine and its cars. Rolf Sprenger, an employee of Porsche for 40 years, explains the technological development of the “Fuhrmann engine” so that laymen and experts alike comprehend its impressive technological refinement. Alongside this, lots of previously unpublished documents and photos from the factory’s archive are presented – unveiling exceptional backstage views of the then young Porsche brand, plus interviews with those directly involved in the early days of the legendary Porsche Carrera. I9783768837507
Isbn 978-3-7688-3593-0, Die rennwagen des Ferdinand Piech von 1963-1972. release april 2013. 272 pages. Written in German. Ferdinand Piëch is for sure one of the most powerful people in the automobile industry. Man of genius and visionary, less people know that he played a major role in Porsche’s motorsport history between 1963 and 1972. The grandson of Ferdinand Porsche is the father of numerous sensational cars like the 910, 907, 909, 908, and last but not least, the most legendary sportscar ever built, the Porsche 917. This wonderful book comes back on this period of Piëch’s life with wonderful graphic designs and pictures from the Porsche archives. A great book for every fan of Porsche’s motorsport history.
Author: Lewandowski J ,9783768836630 • The transition from the 356 to the 901 has never before been documented as precisely as this – it is the purpose of this book to shed more light on this exceptional period, to describe the genesis of the 901. It goes to the very heart of the Porsche brand – to the creation of the 901, which rapidly transformed into the 911. Over the last 20 years, author Jurgen Lewandowski – whose personal library now amounts to more than 4,500 books – has initiated, written, and edited around 60 books on the history of the automobile and the development of new models. 176 pages.
Isbn.no. 0955656427. The Porsche 911 scrapbook. Released in 2008, but since a couple of days in my collection.
The Porsche 911 is one of the most recognised sports cars on the planet. It’s the stuff of dreams for many, with a devoted band of fervent followers.
The Porsche 911 Scrapbook combines incisive narrative with stunning photography, cuttings, brochures and posters to tell the story of the 911 air-cooled cars (1963-1998).
In tracing 35 years of Porsche history, this stunningly-designed, large format work explores the models, the technology and the company history; investigates the origins of the awesome Carrera RS 2.7; takes a swift peek at the marque’s considerable racing pedigree and assesses the impact competition success had on the 911′s design and development.
Containing a wealth of unseen material direct from the Porsche Archive and a rare dedication by Dr. Wolfgang Porsche – the Porsche 911 Scrapbook is essential reading for every Porsche enthusiast.
The Porsche 911 Scrapbook: Charting the evolution of the 911 series and the creation of a worldwide phenomenon, over 35 years from 1963-1998
178 pages, crammed with hundreds of rare and unseen images and documents, many direct from the Porsche Archive Department
The science of survival: how the Porsche 911 has combined technological innovation with design integrity
Examining many key components – from wheels, to duck-tails and even mirrors!
Competition successes – from Sebring to Le Mans and Mexico
The stuff of dreams: how the 911 was marketed and sold
The role of the Porsche family and other key figures in the 911′s history
Export, expansion and the pressures of global success
Presenting original road test documents, prototypes and styling exercises
All the classic variations – Carrera, Turbo, Targa …
The memorabilia, apparel and accessories
Rare dedication by Dr. Wolfgang Porsche
De Luxe, leather-bound, limited edition signed by legendary Porsche racer, Derek Bell & the author, Glen Smale
Rather like the car it describes, the evergreen “Porsche 911 Story” continues to delight marque enthusiasts of all ages. Describing the full history of this timeless sports car, Paul Frere, grand master of Porsche road testing and writing, brings his classic book right up to date in an eighth edition that includes details of model years 2003, 2004 and 2005, and the major competition successes of the GT3 models.
Haynes Publishing • Isbn : 9781844259908
recently McKlein Publishing has released its latest book: “24h Nurburgring – Die Geschichte die ersten 40 Rennen”.
Although only with German texts this title might be interesting for your clients as well. The 24 hour race – held on the legendary Nordschleife – is one of the biggest sporting events in Germany with more than 200.000 spectators and almost 180 entries each year. The McKlein book is the first full documentation of the 40 year history of the event, which has seen world famous manufacturers as Porsche, BMW, Ford, Audi, Opel and Chrysler as winners.
Authors: Jörg Ufer and Wilfired Müller
Format: 23.5 x 31.5 cm, hardback
Number of pages: 336
Pictures: ca. 700 in colour and black-and-white
Retail Price: 49.90 Euro
Having this book in your pocket is just like having a real marque expert by your side. Benefit from the author’s years of real ownership experience, learn how to spot a bad car quickly, and how to assess a promising one like a professional. Get the right car at the right price!
Like having a real marque expert at your side – benefit from years of real ownership experience
• Full coverage of all 911 turbocharged models in the model years covered • Where and how to buy a model year 1975 to 1989 turbocharged 911 • Advice on choosing the right model and condition • Key checks – how to spot a bad car quickly • Comprehensive inspection guide with unique points system • In-depth analysis of strengths and weaknesses • Discussion of desirable upgrades as well as modifications to avoid. • Market and value data • Details of club back-up and support organizations • Isbn 9781845844219 Written by : A. Streather.
Titled ‘SportErfolge’, this magnificent photo-essay covers a part of the rich racing and rallying history of the Porsches from as early as 1951 when the Austrian-built Gmünd 356 challenged the early post-war racing scene. From there it goes all the way up to 1963 when the rare flat-eights showed great potential at the Targa Florio, Nürburgring and Le Mans. In between are many events, national and international, that slowly but surely put Porsche on pole position among the world’s finest competition cars.
Race meetings are laid out individually and chronologically, starting with the 1951 Coupe du Salon at Montlhéry and ending with the 1963 Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race, via Sestriere, Liège-Rome-Liège, Carrera Panamericana Mexico, Pebble Beach, numerous Swiss hill-climbs and more, much more. There are some truly amazing shots – Hans Herrmann in the 1954 Carrera Mexico class winning 550, full colour Mille Miglia and Bob Donner gunning his RS61 up Pikes Peak are just some examples. Paddock studies feature strongly, and Tony has retained a typical feel for the 1950s culture. Continue reading “Porsche sporterfolge”
The introduction of the Porsche 901 in 1963 marked a milestone in automotive history. Although the name later had to be changed because Peugeot had patented having a 0 in the middle of car model numbers, the 911 didn’t let anything stand in the way of its becoming an iconic sports car. This success story spans all the way from the 901 and the Carrera RS 2.7 (which with its characteristic rear spoiler—the so-called “ducktail”— was the fastest production car of its time) right up to the current generation of the 991. For the 50th birthday of the populous 911 family, the famous automotive photographer René Staud, whose The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Book has also been published by teNeues, showcases the most important models—all in his typically radiant and distinctive style. Written bij R.Staud Isbn 9783832797034