NEW 2015 LIMITED EDITION Signed and Numbered
LIMITED EDITION “40” – Porsche 911 Turbo – Air Cooled Years 1975-1998 (published on 10.15.2015)
In spring 1975, the first Porsche 911 Turbo rolled to the dealers in the sales exhibition. Nearly 40 years later the car that changed the world, become a legend. “40” – Porsche 911 Turbo – Aircooled Years – tells the story of the sports car legend, starting with the prototype at the IAA 1973 and the last air-cooled 993 Turbo model year 1998. proved With the introduction of turbocharging in the standard sports cars that still young company Porsche their courage and innovativeness. The extraordinary success of the 911 Turbo contributed at the legendary sports car brand. In addition to mass-produced vehicles, the book is also intensively on special editions, such as the ten 930 Turbo S for Sonauto, the 964 Turbo Cabriolet, the 993 Turbo Cabriolet, or the 911 Turbo “package cars” from 1994, whose existence until today hardly anyone knows. The book was produced in close collaboration with the historical archive of Porsche AG and previously unpublished photographs showing. Rounding out this work is a detailed statistical part, to the internationally recognized Porsche expert Norbert Franz has created exclusive. Thus can be published for the first time the detailed numbers of each lot produced 911 Turbos. Furthermore, for the first time all the chassis numbers of original factory uprated vehicles are documented.
The second edition of the Porsche Turbo book “Aircooled Years 1975 – 1998″ has 70 extra pages and offers an even more detailed statistics section, created exclusively by internationally recognized Porsche expert Norbert Franz. For instance, it is now possible for the first time to publish the exact quantities of all the 911 Turbos ever produced, and, furthermore, all the chassis numbers of the original performance-enhanced vehicles (911 Turbo WLS) are documented for the very first time. In addition to the series-production vehicles, the book deals in detail with special series,such as the ten 930 Turbo S vehicles produced for Sonauto, the 964 Turbo Cabriolet, the 993 Turbo Cabriolet and the 911 Turbo “package cars” from 1994, whose existence is known only to a few even today.The book was written in close collaboration with the historical archive of Porsche AG and shows previously unpublished photographs of Porsche 911 Turbo Nr.1, which was driven by the daughter of Ferdinand Porsche, Louise Piech.
The book is published in a strictly limited edition of 2015 copies worldwide. Hardcover, 270 pages, German / English