Introduced in 1963, the Porsche 911 is still the world's favorite aspirational supercar. Porsche expert Paul Frere brings the story of the 911's success on road and track right up to date with the 2002 models. The 911 has been subject to continual refinement and improvement, giving rise to a range of variants that are still being developed today. Frere traces the development of the 911 in all its variants, details the bodies, interiors, engines, transmissions and suspensions, and lists year-by-year changes, together with full technical and competition details.
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Paul Frere - engineer, writer, and former top racing driver - has driven virtually every Porsche 911 variant. He is the author of My Life Full of Cars: Behind the wheel with the world's top motoring journalist, in which this marque features strongly. He lives in Monaco.Review:
Victory Lane, January 2007
“This book is chockfull of drawings, photos, stories, charts, specs, all told by one who is one of the top sports car racers ... If you could only have one 911 book, this is it!”
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