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  • 1967 Porsche 911R

    Much of the following information is courtesy of the Porsche Factory Archivist, Jens Torner and former archivist Jürgen Barth. The families Daolio and Ronzoni have been material in adding historic insight in the Italian/Ehtiopian days of the car.  Additional details and information are provided by John Starkey and Mr. Jun Euda. In March 2007 this information has been updated from book sources[1] as well as close inspection of the car

     

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    1968 Porsche 911S

    A TRUE TIME CAPSULE FIND !!!   COMPLETE ORIGINAL Porsche 911S, with 104,000 original kilometers or approximately 60000 miles.  Car has been stored since 1976.  Car is running and drive-able but not restored. Car has original paint (except on front hood) and matching numbers for engine, trans, etc. (per Porsche Kardex).  This is the ONLY 911s to my knowledge with a factory 911R rear fender hole for oil tank. The hole still has original paint and undercoating around opening!!!  Car has a 911R 10k no redline tachometer also.   You can still see some vestiges of previous racing decals on the rockers and top of the windshield, per the photo documenting its racing heritage in the 1969 Asmara 5k Rally!

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  • 1973 Porsche Carrera RS

    To celebrate the upcoming 50 years of the RS.

    The first installment.

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  • 1973 Porsche Carrera RSR

    To celebrate the upcoming 50 years of the RS.

    The second installment.

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  • 1974 Porsche Carrera RS 3.0

    In 1974 the first drastic model change in the history of the 911 occurred.  The all important American market issued the 5 mph bumper impact measure.  In order to comply with this the bodywork of the 911 changed into the well know impact bumper series G.

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  • 1975 PORSCHE 930 TURBO

    The 911 Turbo, internally code named 930 was introduced in Paris late 1974.  Most people at the time did not understand the move as the world economy suffered its first oil crisis.  People were starting thinking about “saving fuel” instead of gas guzzling cars.  

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  • 1976 Porsche 911 Targa

    In 1973 the Belgian Highway patrol ordered 20 Porsche 911 E Coupé’s to monitor the traffic on the highways.

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  • 1981 Porsche 935 DP

    What does the Le Mans 1979 winning Porsche 935 K3 and this car have in common?

    Indeed Ekkehard Zimmermann of Design Plastic (DP)

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    2008 PORSCHE CAYENNE TRANSSYBERIA

    The Porsche Cayenne Transsyberia is a further modified Cayenne. Modified by the customers who purchased them and drove to victory in the 10,000km-long Transsyberia Rally in 2006. Spurred on by the success shown by that car, Porsche built 26 Cayenne S Transsyberia SUVs, all of which competed in the 2007 rally. 

     

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