Item description for Porsche 911: 1963 to 1971 by Brian Long...
First shown as the 901 prototype at the 1963 Geneva Show, the 911 quickly built on the Porsche legend established by the 356 models. A process of continuous evolution has kept the 911 fresh for nearly 40 years, while impeccable build quality has ensured that most of even the very earliest cars have survived as desirable and usable classics. Features: First book in what will become the definitive 911 (and 912) reference. The author received full cooperation from Porsche. Includes full year-by-year, model-by-model coverage, including all limited editions. Includes rare prototype photographs. International markets covered in great detail. Well over 200 contemporary pictures, mostly in color. Includes contemporary advertising and sales brochure material.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.9" Width: 8.3" Height: 0.6" Weight: 2.2 lbs.
Release Date Nov 21, 2003
Publisher Veloce Publishing
ISBN 1903706289 ISBN13 9781903706282
Availability 0 units.
More About Brian Long
Brian Long is a transportation writer whose titles include "Mazda MX-5 Miata "and "Porsche 914 & 914-6." His previous camera-related titles include "35MM "and "Canon."
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A must have for you early 911 fans Feb 11, 2007
If you own an early 911 or want to get one, do not hesitate to grab this book while you can. Every detail from year to year is greatly written in excellent detail. You will find mistakes and wrong pictures on other 911 books, this book accuracy is top notch.
Porsche 911: 1963 to 1971 Feb 22, 2004
This book is an excellent reference item, it covers some of the more interesting things that came out of stutgart during this period. A number of the photo's I have never seen before,wurtenberg police at their best with their 912 poliezi car and helicopter, zasada driving his 912 to victory at the polish rally,many public relations and advertising photos, two factory photos stand out, the color photo from the assembly line is awsome, and the 100,000th car although I have seen before is still great. The text information that is presented I believe is accurate. I would have given more info on serial number breakdowns (stats) but that is objective. The overall flow of the book works very good. I consider this book a must for a 60's porsche enthusiast. This book is one the top five written on this subject matter. Bob Garrett ,912 Registry Historian pro tem