Porsche Carrera

The Water-Cooled Era 1998-2018

Porsche Carrera The Water-Cooled Era 1998-2018
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Format: Hardback, 256 Pages
ISBN: 9781785005299
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The complete story of the innovative, iconic and enduring Porsche Carrera. This book takes the reader on a journey from the development of its risky water-cooled design through its racing success and continued production today, to practical maintenance and modification. With over 400 colour photographs, this book is a true homage to the Porsche Carrera and covers the concept, design and evolution of the 996,997 and 991, including an interview with Harm Lagaaji, stylist in the Porsche design studios.   

The author

Johnny Tipler is an international motoring journalist and author, with over 30 books published on a variety of sports-orientated subjects. He ran the JPS Motorsport press office for three years, chronicling the fortunes of Team Lotus and Players sponsored events. Johnny was also an associate of the Motor Industry Research Unit, deputy editor of Restoring Classic Cars, sub-editor on CarWeek from 1993 to1995, and features editor on Land Rover Owner International in 1996. He has contributed regularly to 911 & Porsche World, Land Rover Owner, Octane, and Lotus Club International magazines. His features have included ‘drive’ stories, interviews with key industry figures, sporting events (eg Carrera Panamericana), buying guides, and historical articles on important vehicles. His books include Alfa Romeo Berlinas, Fiat & Abarth 124 Spider & Coupé, La Carrera Panamericana, and Mini Cooper - The Real Thing! Johnny has a BA in History of Art. He currently lives in Norfolk and has four children.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 256 Pages
ISBN: 9781785005299
Illustrations: 420 color photos
Size: 8.46 in x 11.02 in / 214.88 mm x 279.91 mm
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