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In the second of our weekly wallpaper giveaways, we’ve got a glorious photo from our 991 supertest (available in the latest issue), an iconic off-road 911, the first Porsche 911 Targa, and the last air-cooled Rennsport.
The flat six rasp of a Porsche 911 is one of the most distinctive sounds in motoring and is, no doubt, one of the primary allures of Zuffenhausen’s sports car legend.
Much has been made of the surge in values of classic 911s this year. We’ve focussed on it a lot here at Total911.com, reporting on the action from every auction room sale as soon as the hammer falls.
Generally speaking, if a road is part of the official rally season, it usually offers a great driving experience.
Clubsport, Rennsport, Carrera, GTS. Issue 118 of Total 911 is positively dripping with iconic 911 monikers, and that’s not to mention the 993 Carrera S test drive, or the London-to-Sydney rally car.
‘Lightweight Superstars’. So reads the major headline on the cover of Total 911 issue 118 and, with our history of Porsche’s weight-saving obsession, documented via road tests of both a Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Clubsport and a 996 GT3 RS, it’s clear to see why.
At the start of 2014 we spied a facelifted 911 undergoing cold weather testing in Sweden and now a pre-production version of the new Porsche 911 Turbo S has been spotted by Total 911’s spies during road testing in Germany.
Auctioneers of exceptional automobiles, RM Auctions are putting three rare Porsche 911s under the hammer in their final European sale of the year, taking place tonight in the UK’s capital, London.
Sven Müller took his maiden Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup victory at Monza as the German racer secured Team Project 1’s first win of the year.
In a new, weekly online feature, we’re giving away four awesome wallpapers for your viewing pleasure.
Total 911 says… “Being surprised about surging Porsche 911 values really shouldn’t surprise me anymore but, £195,500 for a 1973 Porsche 911S Targa truly is an astounding sale price.
This weekend, the 2014 Porsche Mobil 1 Supercup circus heads to the Autodromo Nazionale Monza with Earl Bamber looking to consolidate the championship lead he earned with victory last time out at Spa-Francorchamps.
Total 911 is delighted to announce an innovative digital-only special issue series showcasing each and every era of Porsche 911.
Last week we brought you exclusive spy photos of what is purported to be the Porsche 991’s full-scale replacement: the 992.
Last weekend Tuthill Porsche, the UK-based rallying specialist, gave their Porsche 997 RGT (based on a 2012 997 Gen2 GT3) its World Rally Championship debut on Rally Deutschland.
The Porsche 911 Targa, named in honour of Zuffenhausen’s victories in the Targa Florio road race, is nearly as old at the hardtop 911 itself.
It had only been ten weeks since our 991 Targa rolled fresh off the factory floor at Zuffenhausen before being added to a Porsche consignment destined for British shores.
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.