Porsche Prototype Era

Author: Bill Oursler
Publisher: David Bull Publishing
ISBN: 9781893618534
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Beginning with the fiberglass-bodied 904, which proved nearly unbeatable in the two-liter class during 1964 and 1965, and continuing through the all-conquering turbocharged 917/30 Can-Am spyder of Mark Donohue, which utterly crushed its ...

Porsche Carrera

Author: Johnny Tipler
Publisher: Crowood
ISBN: 1847977006
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The book features detailed profiles of all Carrera models, including roadgoing and race models, prototypes, special builds and rare cars; in-depth explorations of the engineering and tuning of the cars and buyer's guides for the different ...

Porsche

Author: Dennis Adler
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760351902
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The Classic Era Dennis Adler. Porsche was anxious about the 901 replacing the
356, and in early publicity photos, such as this 1963 shot with an early prototype,
the 356 models were shown to visually define the car's lineage. Seeing them
together, the brilliance of Butzi Porsche's design becomes evident in the use of
subtle styling cues such as the horn grilles, headlights, and front fender angles. It
is clearly a longer, leaner version of the 356. Ferry and Butzi Porsche are seen
looking ...

Slot Car Racing Tips Tricks Techniques

Author: Robert Schleicher
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ISBN: 9781610605045
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Model Car Can-era Porsche 911RSR (1/29)' Ry Lola T70 Mk III NINCO Porsche
911 Turbo- Fly Porsche 917/10 Can-Am Fry Porsche 908/3 Historic Scale Racing
Replicas M8D Monogram Greenwood Corvette Scalextric L 88 Corvette Fly
Porsche ... ""We tested the NINCO Porsche Turbo with the stock blue spring, but
with spring units removed from the front axle. ... It would be your choice whether
to run them in the same race with the replicas of prototype cars as they do at Le
Mans.

Porsche 911

Author: Brian Long
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845844580
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Thebraking systemwasmuchthe sameas that employedonthe 356, with discs
upfront and thenovel disc/drum arrangement at the rear. Surprisingly, the skinny
wheels and tyres were also carried over from the earlier model. Inside, the
feelingoflightand space wasthe biggest difference compared with the356.
Otherwise, therewasalot that would havebeen familiar to a Porsche fan,
especially the seats. Incidentally, thetwo gaugesseen onthe dashboard ofthe 901
prototypes were replaced ...

Prototypes

Author: Piet Vollaard
Publisher: 010 Publishers
ISBN: 9064505330
Size: 69.68 MB
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75-77 Adam Gebrian, 'Fenomén sport: nové trendy y navrhování sportovních sta-
veb', Era 21, Brno, Era group, 6. rocník 4, 2006, p. 68 Marktkauf head office ... 5,
May 2001, p, 54 'Porsche-Zentrum in Stuttgart-Zuffen- hausen', Glasforum;
Beilage zu Zeitschrift für Glas-Fenster-Fassade, Schorndorf, Karl Hoffman, no. 8,
August 2001, pp. 10-15 ... 29-32 'Onderkoelde perfectie in garage prototype',
Detail in Architectuur, The Hague, ten Hagen & Stam, November 2001, pp. 34-35
'Model ...

European Car

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Then there are his articles and columns for SpeedSport News and Porsche
Panorama. Oursler was the obvious choice to put together this collection.
Drawing upon the old boy network of photographers and associates, Porsche
Prototype Era truly has some fine images that have not made the rounds. Text-
wise it is more than sufficient and a fine place for the enthusiast to learn a bit
more about the era that shook the foundations of not only Porsche AG, but sports
car racing the world ...

Faithfully Urban

Author: Petra Kuppinger
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 1782386572
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On April 21, 1945, the Nazi-era came to an end in Zuffenhausen when French
troops took over the quarter (ibid.: 450). Intensive movements of individuals in
various directions characterized the immediate postwar period. Forced laborers
were repatriated. As soon as they left their ... After a brief postwar stint in Austria
where the Porsche prototype 356 was developed, the company returned to
Zuffenhausen in 1949. In April 1950 the first 356 was built in Zuffenhausen (
Bogen SN ...

Matra Sports Cars

Author: Ed McDonough
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1845842618
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... Group 4, although this number was lowered to 25. The FIA assumed that all
new cars would conform to Group 6 rules for prototypes. Group 6 rules were quite
liberal although there was a 3-litre limit. No one expected Porsche, for example,
to go and build 25 identical 917s, which Ferrari followed in 1970. This meant that
Group 4 remained on centre stage, and the mighty 917 and Ferrari 512 would
dominate racing, could beat the prototypes, and create an era that was
unforgettable.

Porsche Racing Cars

Author: Brian Long
Publisher: Veloce Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1904788440
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the tail end of 1963, respected journalist and Porsche fan, Denis Jenkinson,
wrote: “A short while ago I published a photograph of the new Ferrari 250GT Le
Mans,and suggested that it was the beginning of a new era of GT racing coupés.
Now, Porsche have released details of their new competition coupé for GT racing
, and it is as exciting as the Ferrari. The new ... The elegant nose of one of three
904 prototypes built (chassis 904003), this one completed in August 1963.
Although its ...