Specifications, Options, Production Numbers, Data Codes and More
Author: Patrick Paternie
Publisher: Motorbooks International
Category: Technology & Engineering
Take hold of the ultimate reference resource on one of the world's most loved and respected sports cars. Porsche's 911, one of the most iconic sports cars in the world, is also one of the most sought-after collectible sports cars. Potential buyers, collectors, historians, and armchair enthusiasts crave all the details that, in sum, make up the 911's DNA. Porsche 911 Red Book provides all of the critical information enthusiasts need and offers it in a convenient, portable package that can be carried to concours, auctions, club events, or anywhere that quick reference to accurate data is required. From the first 911 of 1964 to today's technologically advanced, class-leading sports car, Porsche 911 Red Book offers all the data and detail desired by 911 fans. It provides an in-depth look at all the 911 versions including the Turbos, GT cars, and the limited-production specials that have collectively forged the 911 legend over the past 50-plus years.
This is the essential pocket reference on the world's most recognizable sports car. This book furnishes all you need to know about the original performance, appearance, and options of any Porsche 911. This is your one-stop 911 technical specification reference! Chapters are devoted to each 911 model year, putting all of the data at your fingertips. Complete listings of chassis and engine serial numbers trace the 911's production history, color variations, interior appointments, options, and customer racing packages. Factory reference codes for engines and transmissions--the keys to determining any 911's authenticity--are also packed into this handy, compact guide. All production variations for the world market are covered, making this the reference book that every Porsche enthusiast will turn to again and again in their pursuit of excellence.Paperback - 4-1/2"x 7-1/2" - 172 pp - 60 b/w'
This information-packed pocket book features production numbers, factory colors, options, specifications, engine codes, and serial numbers for Porsche's 911, which has remained in constant production since 1965. 50 illustrations.
Born in the Bohemian town of Maffersdorf on September 3, 1875, Ferdinand Porsche displayed unparalleled automotive engineering genius from his earliest years. Following stellar work at Austro-Daimler, as well as with his own engineering firm, he formed his own automobile company after World War II, developing a line of sports cars which culminated in the fabled 911, the ultimate expression of Porsche’s original vision for the perfect sports car. The Complete Book of Porsche 911 provides a model-by-model overview for each year of the 911’s production, from the original 901 prototype to the current models. In addition to production cars, the book includes all of the factory's racing, prototype, and special-production cars illustrated with both current and archival photography. This book is the ultimate single-volume resource for the 911 aficionado.
The Definitive Guide to Mechanical Systems, Specifications and History
Author: Peter Morgan
The definitive guide to 100% original and correct Porsche 911 restoration, this book covers every inch of each 911 generation in precise detail. It includes mechanical details, bodywork, interiors, and more, all illustrated with exquisite color photographs and in-depth text. The last word on the Porsche 911, this book is the resource that no collector--whether a practical restorer or a die-hard enthusiast--can afford to be without.
"Randy Leffingwell's Porsche 911 : 50 years is the definitive history of one of Porsche's most storied and enduring cars. Featuring over 200 photos, extensive interviews, and inside looks of the development of the 911 for the road and race track, Porsche 911 : 50 years is an in-depth look at this beautiful vehicle"--
Coupe, Targa, Cabriolet & Speedster: Model Years 1984 to 1989
Author: Adrian Streather
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
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!
This all-color collection guides owners of pre-1990 Porsche 911s through 101 carefully selected, weekend projects illustrated with step-by-step, full-color studio photography. Divided into three categories-performance, handling, and customization-the projects range from 30-minute maintenance projects to eight-hour performance modifications; each is accompanied by a handy chart indicating how much skill, cash, and time are needed to successfully complete the task. Author Wayne Dempsey also explains why the jobs should be undertaken and what kind of improved performance the owner can expect. An unprecedented book, and a great resource for everyone from casual enthusiasts to shop pros.
Author: Randy Leffingwell Motorbooks International
Category: Porsche 911 automobile
The Porsche 911 Buyer's Guide takes a year-by-year approach to what a prospective buyer should look for when evaluating a used 911. For each year, from 1965 to the present, the author examines the problematic areas of each model, what to ask the seller, and much more.
Having this book in your pocket is just like having a real marque expert by your side. Benefit from Adrian Streather’s years of 911 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!
Buy, tune, maintain and modify your prized 911 with this ultimate guide. Learn about wheel and tire improvement, up-to-the-minute autocross or showroom stock suspension and brake mods, custom add-on bodywork and paint, and interiors -- where to buy it, how to install it and what to expect for a result. Covers engine, suspension, chassis, transmission, tune-ups, model history, body and more on all 911s up through 1996.
Introduced in 1963, the Porsche 911 is still the world's favorite aspirational supercar. Porsche expert Paul Frere brings the story of the 911's success on road and track right up to date with the 2002 models. The 911 has been subject to continual refinement and improvement, giving rise to a range of variants that are still being developed today. Frere traces the development of the 911 in all its variants, details the bodies, interiors, engines, transmissions and suspensions, and lists year-by-year changes, together with full technical and competition details.
DIV101 Projects for Your Porsche 911 996 and 997 1998-2008 offers 101 step-by-step projects designed to help you save thousands by maintaining, modifying, and improving your late-model Porsche 911 in your own garage./div
Power, agility, and speed combine to make sports cars fascinating. Learn about the engines, aerodynamics, and the most popular sports cars today. See these sleek machines and decide for yourself which one you would want to test drive.
This volume starts with the introduction of the SC series and the 3.3 litre Turbo, before going on to cover the 3.2 litre Carreras and the early 959. A process of continuous evolution has kept the 911 fresh for nearly 40 years, while impeccable build quality has ensured that most of even the very earliest cars have survived as desirable and usable classics. This is the third volume of a set of books which will chronicle in definitive depth the history of the evergreen 911, from the earliest design studies to the water-cooled cars of today.
Carrera, Carrera 4 and Turbocharged Models 1994 to 1998
Author: Adrian Streather
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
STOP! Don’t buy a Porsche 993 without buying this book first! Having this book in your pocket is just like having a real marque expert by your side. Benefit from Adrian Streather’s years of Porsche ownership. 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!