Discover some of the rarest and most desirable Porsche sports cars ever produced!
Throughout the history of the sports car, no marque has epitomized the excitement and passion of driving like Porsche. The Saratoga Automobile Museum, in collaboration with architect Steven Harris, presents 22 of the marque’s rarest air and water-cooled cars.
This remarkable collection highlights the manufacturer’s past seven decades of production — from 356 Carreras and Speedsters to high-performance RS 911s — all captured in sensational detail by renowned photographer James Lipman.
- Showcases 22 of the rarest and most desirable Porsche sports cars, from the 1956 Carrera GT to the 2019 991.2 GT2RS, as well as several custom builds
- More than 240 stunning images including exterior, interior, and engine-bay details by Car and Driver, Motor Trend, and Top Gear photographer James Lipman.
- Includes driving impressions from automotive journalists Jethro Bovingdon of Top Gear, Dickie Meaden of evo magazine, and Intercooler cofounder Andrew Frankel
The stunning imagery is accompanied by specifications and history as well as driving impressions from leading automotive writers Richard Meaden, John Simister and others. Air & Water combines breathtaking imagery and words to transport the reader on a thrilling journey of being behind the wheel of these ultra-rare machines.
The 911 Edition is a special version of Air & Water for collectors, limited to just 911 individually numbered units. It features a unique cover with individually numbered metal plates, an art print of an image from the book, and an exclusive cloth-wrapped clamshell case. Each copy of the 911 Edition is protected by a custom-made individual mailing carton.