A comprehensive history of the Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera, describing its history, development and pleasures, and looking behind the scenes at Zuffenhausen and into its production.
An enthusiast's book covering the history and development of the Porsche 3.2 Carrera, the very last factory designated 911, from its resurrection in 1984 to final production in 1989, covering design, production, quality and an in-depth look behind the scenes at Porsche's Zuffenhausen factory in Stuttgart.
- The first definitive book covering the 911 3.2 Carrera.
- Highlights the fact that this car is the very last factory designated 911.
- Describes and details one of the greatest Porsches ever made.
- Outlines the period between 1984 and 1989, when this 911 represented the peak of the extensive 911 evolution.
- Serves to show the Carrera as being a great blend between the 'classic' and 'modern' 911s a bible for thousands of followers of this 911 who believe it to be the last real 911 from an era of true sports cars.
- Compliments the thought that there cannot be a better example of a future classic.
- Is an historical compilation of the original car as intended by Porsche.
- Has lots of high quality and large scale pictures.
- Foreword by ex-Porsche AG Chairman Peter W Schutz.
About the author
I have been in and around sports cars for many years, from Ferrari in my early days, through Alfa Romeo, Lotus, McLaren & Porsche. With an architectural and engineering background, I have an intense interest in engineering quality and inspired design. I have been the 911 3.2 Register Secretary within the Porsche Club Great Britain for some years and have been working towards producing this exacting book on the Carrera for some considerable time. I live on the Isle of Man and amongst other interests, including writing, photography and designing houses, I collect classic and sports cars. I choose my cars carefully and currently have three Porsche icons in my collection.