Book by Leffingwell Randy
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Second edition of a guide to bying Porsche's unkillable sports car icon and undoubtably one of the most detailed, even if it's written very much with US enthusiasts in mind. Well laid out and intuative to use the info here is east to digest and hugely informative. Cracking value for 303 pages, too. --Octane, September, 2009...Randy leffingwell has authored several Porsche books, but his Porshe 911 Buyer's Guide is one of our favourites for its accessible style and focus. It's titled as a buyer's guide, but the year-by-year coverage is still a great quick-reference for the emthusiast who dosen't own one of Stuttgart's sports cars. intorductions to each year detail the nitty-gritty - when the 911Cs received a new alternator, for example - and are nicely complemeted by thorough spec panels. For 911 shoppers, there's a broad rnage of topics to evaluate a particular model's significance, character, and shortcomings. There are examples from period reviews and lists of parts costs. leffingwell uses a five=point scale to rate acceleration, comfort, handeling, parts, availability, and reliability. Finally, a two-page spread for each year is devoted to common porblems and improvments on previous models. --Automobile Magazine, February, 2010
Randy leffingwell ahs authored several Porsche books, ut his Porsche 911 buyer's guide is one of our favourites for it's accessible style and focus on the American market. It's titled as a buyer's guide but the year-by-year coverage is still a great quick-refrence guide for the enthusiast who doesn't own one of Stuttgart's sports cars. Introductions to each year detail the nitty-gritty - when the 911 received a new alternator, for example - and are nicely complemented by thorough spec panels. For 911 shoppers, there's a broad range of topics to evaluate a particular model's signifigance, character and shortcomings. there are excerpts form period reviews and lists of parts costs. leffingwell uses a five-point scale to rate acceleration, comfort, handeling, parts availability, and eliability, Finally, a two-page spread for each yera is devoted to common problems and improvments versusu pevious models. --Automobile Magazine, March, 2010
This fully updated and revised edition of a popular bestseller takes a year-by-year approach to what a prospective buyer should look for when evaluating a 911. From 1965 to the present, the author examines problem areas on each model, details what to ask the seller, cost of replacement parts, updates and options available for that particular model. Arranged chronologically, there is a chapter for each separate model, giving critics views of the car on release, full car specs, performance ratings, making this an invaluable guide for anyone buying a 911.
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Descripción Motorbooks. PAPERBACK. Estado de conservación: New. 0760334846 New Condition. Nº de ref. de la librería NEW6.0397187
Descripción Motorbooks, 2009. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110760334846