Porsche The Ultimate Guide: Everything You Need to Know About Every Porsche Ever Built

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Krause Publications, May 10, 2005 - Transportation - 224 pages
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The Legend Lives On

&break;&break;During its humble beginnings as an automaker in the late 1940s, Porsche's cars were considered by many to be nothing more than glorified Volkswagens. It didn't take long, however, for Porsche to become the measuring stick by which all other personal driving machines are measured.

&break;&break;Porsche has perfected the art of producing fast, sleep, sexy masterpieces that consistently rank among the most desirable, and collectible, automobiles in the world. In Porsche The Ultimate Guide, author Scott Faragher traces the fabulous history of the German automaker, from the early development of the 356, through the long and glorious lifespan of the 911s, to the modern Boxter and Cayenne. Packed with fabulous photography, techs and specs, production information, the collector pricing, Porsche The Ultimate Guide is the complete package for any Porsche enthusiast.

  

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User Review  - colinm - Overstock.com

Ahhh! Frustrating. The book advertises itself as the premier info source for all porsches, but the data it contains on many porsche models is incomplete. Entire years are skipped, forcing the reader ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
6
356
8
911
34
912
86
914 9146
90
924
104
928
116
944
136
959
156
968
162
Boxster
174
Cayenne
196
Carrera GT
210
Porsche Price Guide
216
Copyright

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Collected and interpreted by Scott Faragher, the images in this informative volume provide readers with a delightful trip down memory lane, bringing an important period of the area's history to life for visitors and members of the younger generation.

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