From its introduction in late 1964, the Porsche 911 has become an icon among thoroughbred sports cars. The classic models, built until the end of the 1989 model year, represent the purest of the type and are coveted by enthusiasts across the world. The early 911s have become collectors' items. Meanwhile, and thanks to far-sighted body shell protection, the later models can offer a reliable, everyday classic This new Ultimate Buyers' Guide is a one-stop reference for all the classic production 911s built from 1964 to 1989, describing the design differences, year by year changes (and there were many!), vehicle identification data, performance, colors and options. We suggest what to look for when choosing and buying a used example.
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Peter Morgan has a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering and trained in the automotive industry. He has written for publication since his teens and became Technical Editor of Porsche Post (the magazine of the Porsche Club Great Britain) in 1981. He was Editor from 1991 to 1994. His first Porsche book, Porsche 911 -- Purchase and DIY Restoration was published in 1987. To date, he has written 20 titles on all aspects of Porsche, including racing, and his books have been translated into seven languages.
He is a professional journalist and contributes to mainstream motoring magazines worldwide. He offers a personal, independent pre-purchase consultancy for Porsche drivers (www.porscheinspections.com).
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