The body of the Porsche 356 was manually manufactured at the Reutter bodywork. The car body cover itself was attached to the chassis frame welded to several parts. The joints were filled with soft foam (which was a very tedious and time-consuming process) and then sanded. In 1965, the production of the Porsche 356 finished. At the end, they were already making 25 body-pieces a day. Continue reading »
Newell Coach has created the 2020 Newell Coach p50 1675, a $2 million home on wheels.
The company has been crafting motor homes for half a century, and the p50 was created to honor the company’s 50th anniversary. Newell also has a longstanding partnership with Porsche Design, which collaborated with Newell on the body style of the motor home. Continue reading »
Traveling to auto shows, we get to see a whole lot of cool and unusual concept cars. They may serve as inspiration for production vehicles, but the majority of them never go into production themselves. Once such concept was the Porsche Tapiro. Continue reading »
The rarest and oldest Porsche of them all will go sale in August, expecting to fetch about $20 million at auction. The 1939 Porsche Type 64 was the personal vehicle of German car designer and manufacturer Ferdinand and Ferry Porsche. Continue reading »
No, well then check out this bunch of ads for Porsche. You know we love our advertising here, there’s no artwork that sums up a time more than advertising. It is very representative, because it’s trying to appeal to the masses of that time, and tries to tap into what the general vibe is… i.e if it’s the summer of love, then expect some flowery shit… Continue reading »
Couple day ago we had this, but we had only three pics. Now we got some other photos And description of the car – how some man has built a sport car from a low budget Soviet car. Continue reading »
You know, we all dream of finding our classic dream ride in a barn somewhere. Well, recently Nick Zabrecky recently had his dreams come true, and today we get a look at his 1967 Porsche 911S Barn Find. Nick Zabrecky, of LBI Limited, found this legendary ride a friend had in his barn, where it had been parked for years. Continue reading »