Porsche

All the Cars

Porsche All the Cars
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Format: Hardback, 416 Pages
ISBN: 9788879116541
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Porsche, the great Stuttgart-based manufacturer, certainly needs no introduction. In over 60 years, it has built unforgettable road and racing cars, which have every right to be part of the fabric of motoring and motor sport history. Their designations may be numbers, but behind each one of them there is a legendary car; the 356, 911, 928 and 959, the 550, 906, 908, 917, 956 and 962 are just some of the cars that make up this first 'virtual gallery'. An assembly of all Porsche's fundamental models in chronological order, their stories told in brief passages complete with their technical and design specifications. A true vademecum that has to be part of every Porsche enthusiast's library.

The author

Lorenzo Ardizio is a journalist and automobile historian. He collaborates with the 'Historic Automobile Sector' of Alfa Romeo and provides consultancy as a demonstration and training driver for various manufacturers. He has worked with numerous editorial offices and conducted communications in the automobile world. He is the author of Alfa Romeo All the cars published in April 2015.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 416 Pages
ISBN: 9788879116541
Size: 6.3 in x 8.3 in x 0.63 in / 160.02 mm x 210.82 mm x 16 mm
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