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Despite the air-cooled boom, 911 SC prices seem to have stayed relatively low. Paragon Porsche’s Mark Sumpter believes that while the SC’s production volumes are partly to blame, “people are very romantic about the early Seventies cars and, if they are going to buy an impact bumper car, they would rather have a 3.2 Carrera with all the refinements: better heating, more powerful engine and the G50 gearbox.” However, classic specialist Paul Stephens disputes the SC’s supposedly poor reputation.
Ask anyone with a passing interest in cars to imagine a Porsche 911, and there is every chance that the 3.2 Carrera is the car they would see Introduced for the 1984 model year, the Carrera was a perfect way to remind the world that the 911 was here to stay – and in Guards red, with the Fuchs alloys and chunky rear wing, many consider it the archetypal Porsche of the Eighties.
Nick Tandy helped Trackspeed to a third British GT win of 2014 as the factory Porsche racer returned to the UK’s premier sports car series for the first time this season.
The self-styled Urban Outlaw, Magnus Walker has made another trip from his sunny Californian base to the home of his beloved Porsche 911.
Last week we exclusively brought you spy shots of the car rumoured to be the next in line to the Porsche 911 name: the supposedly turbocharged ‘Porsche 992’.
Click here to view the embedded video. Our friend Magnus Walker has been busy making another short video for your enjoyment.
As values of classic vehicles – including Porsche – have climbed, so too have expectations from punters on the condition and history of these motoring gems.
The prestigious Salon Privé show is quickly becoming London’s own mini version of the famous Monterey Classic Car week with exotic displays, Concours d’Elégance, and an auction full of high-end automobiles.
The Porsche 911 has been on some journey. A monumental half-century of production has seen more than 820,000 models leave through the front doors at Zuffenhausen and Weissach and delivered all over the globe.
Back in issue 111 of Total 911we revealed that TechArt had released their first tuning package for the Porsche 991 range, as the Leonberg-based firm unveiled their 600hp ‘TA 091/T1’ Power Kit for the latest Porsche 911 Turbo S.
Is the Porsche 911 about to head into a forced-induction-only future? If the strong rumours from our sources are correct, the answer to this question is a resounding ‘yes’.
Few generations of 911 can have been anticipated quite as much as the 991. Yet, at first glance, the new Porsche does not appear dramatically different from its predecessor in the way the 996 was from the 993, and neither is it the urgent and much delayed updating of the previous model that the 964 represented.
Barring the Alcantara-clad interior and lightweight bucket seats, stepping into the latest 911 GT3 feels very familiar.
Earl Bamber assumed the lead of the 2014 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup after beating last year’s champion, Nicki Thiim as erstwhile points topper, Kuba Giermaziak struggled at the infamous Spa-Francorchamps.
Porsche leaves the latest round of the 2014 Tudor United SportsCar Championship – the Oak Tree Grand Prix, held at Virginia International Raceway – at the head of the manufacturers’ standings.
Being in the presence of genius can be an intimidating, talking to Singer Vehicle Design’s impresario, Rob Dickinson, comes naturally.
Spa-Francorchamps, deep in Belgium’s Ardennes Forest, is the setting for round seven of the 2014 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup season and, after a month-long break, the championship frontrunners will be keen to return to battle at the fearsome 4.35-mile circuit.
Racing in the GTLM class (known as GTE-Pro in the FIA World Endurance Championship) there are not many chances for Porsche North America Racing to score outright victories with their brace of Porsche 911 RSRs.
The braking system in the Porsche 911 has come a long way since the original ‘901’ was unveiled at Frankfurt in 1963, and has always been at the industry’s forefront in terms of technical innovation.
Since becoming the first website in the world to reveal the 991 GT3 RS back in April, our exclusive spy shots have become one of our most read stories this year.