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As any fastidious Porsche enthusiast will tell you, the history of the 911 is fascinating. Rarely in the tapestry of any other automotive icon has the threat of failure sat so close to unrivalled success over such a prolonged period of time.
After amateur racer Michael May mounted an inverted aerofoil onto his Porsche 550 racer in 1956, wings became a common sight in Formula One in the Sixties.
The Swiss-made Christopher Ward C700 Grande Rapide is a chronograph clearly inspired by motorsport, without compromising the classy aesthetic we’ve come to love from the UK watchmakers.
In 1974, the 911 underwent its first major styling change, becoming known as the impact bumper model.
The 911’s 50th anniversary last year coincided with astronomical price rises for Zuffenhausen’s iconic sports car.
Despite PDK’s current dominance in the new Porsche 911 market, Zuffenhausen’s seminal sports car has a long and glorious history of manual gearboxes, dating all the way back to the 911’s inception in 1963.
We often tout the Porsche 911 as the only truly everyday sports car however, as we approach winter, it’s likely that many neinelfers will be locked away as the roads become increasingly icy.
Porsche has announced the line-ups for its 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship and Tudor United SportsCar Championship campaigns, with Weissach once again fielding two Porsche 991 RSRs in both international endurance series.
The votes have been counted and the results are in. Over the last week you have been helping to choose the super six shots from our bunch of 20 Photo of the Year contenders.
Here at Total 911, when we’re not perusing over the latest and greatest Zuffenhausen automobiles, we can often be found checking out the best timepieces for the discerning gentleman.
One month before I joined Total 911, a news story emerged in the Update section of issue 104 showing exclusive first spy photos of a 991 GT2 testing at the Nürburgring Nordschleife.
The new Porsche 991 GT3 RS has been spotted for the first time since its Nordschleife outing in August as Total 911’s spies shot the car cold weather testing today in Northern Sweden.
The Diablo Mountains, east of San Jose, offer some of the most spectacular roads in Northern California.
The four years since Porsche launched its 997 GTS in Palm Springs, USA, have passed as quickly as the 3.8-litre flat six finds its redline in first.
With the unveiling of the 996 Carrera 4 in 1998, Porsche introduced PSM, an electronic stability control system aimed at making sure your 911 headed in the right direction even when you overstepped the mark.
Buster. Even some hardcore Zuffenhausen fans may not recognise the significance of this name in Porsche lore.
You’ll see the unmistakable, unorthodox silhouette of the Porsche Museum protruding into the Stuttgart skyline long before you recognise the rest of Porscheplatz.
The modifying scene has been around for nearly as long as the car itself and, it is generally accepted that tuning is a surefire way for knocking value off your base car.
In our rundown of the eight rarest factory-built Porsche 911s of all time, only two Rennsport offerings made the countdown, despite many Zuffenhausen fans associating the RS moniker with super limited production.
Here at Total 911, we have basked in 12 months of glorious photography, shot on locations around the world, featuring a variety of gorgeous Zuffenhausen metal.