Porsche 356 by Claudia Liebenberg

Porsche Engine Art

Claudia Liebenberg is a talented South African painter whose work we’ve featured before, she specialises in the use of watercolours because it means she has small and highly portable painting supplies that she can carry anywhere. This series of two paintings was commissioned for a new coffeeshop that’s opening in Scottsdale in Arizona, the cafe…

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Steve McQueen’s Porsche 911T

Porsche 911T

The Porsche 911T made its debut in 1967 as a direct replacement for the 912 as an entry level version of the now legendary 911. The “T” in its name stood for “Touring” and in order to make the air-cooled engine suitable for long distance driving it was slightly detuned from 130 hp to 110…

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Porsche 911S Barn Find


In 1967 the Porsche 911S was released to the general public, it received an exceptionally warm welcome from both automotive journalists and those who enjoy spirited driving with a dash of opposite lock. The 911S was different to the standard 911 in several important ways, it came with 158 hp at the rear wheels thanks…

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Urban Outlaw – Full Film

Porsche 911

Urban Outlaw is a documentary that’s quickly become a bit of a modern car culture touchstone. It’s a half hour long film that offers a glimpse into the life and garage of Magnus Walker, a man who is almost certainly the most famous Porsche customiser in the world. If you’d like to read more about…

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Porsche 356A Carrera 1500 GS

Porsche 356

Amongst the early road-going Porsches one of the most desirable models is the updated “A” specification 356 fitted with the highly successful Type 547/1 four cam engine from the Porsche 550 racing car. Although they looked very similar when the engine bay was closed, the performance of the Carrera was in a league of its…

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Porsche 912


The Porsche 912 was developed and produced as almost an afterthought by the Stuttgart-based automobile manufacturer, the out-going Porsche 356 had been priced about $2000 lower than the new Porsche 911 – and the bean-counters were worried that this price difference would shrink the market for Porsche by a considerable margin. Released in 1965, the…

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The Porsche 911 RSR In The Lobby


In 2013 at the Grand Prix of Baltimore the 911 RSR belonging to Team Falken Tire was wrecked beyond repair coming off the start line. It was a disaster for the team and left them without a chassis to compete with at the Petit Le Mans – which was due to be held just 5…

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Porsche 959 Komfort


The Porsche 959 is famous for many things, but in the United States it’s probably most famous for the fact that it was illegal to import until 1999. During the model’s development Porsche refused to provide the United States Department of Transportation with the four complete 959s they needed for crash testing – and so…

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Porsche 944 Turbo


The Porsche 944 Turbo was the pinnacle of 944 development, which itself had started with an ill-fated agreement between Porsche, VW and Audi to co-develop a car that would share a common platform. VW eventually pulled out of the arrangement so Porsche bought the rights to the project and carried on – eventually releasing the…

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Porsche 356 Emory Outlaw


The Emory family have been a major influence on the American custom scene since just after WWII, when Grandpa Neil Emory co-founded the Valley Custom Shop in 1948. Neil had a major impact on the rapidly evolving DNA of the American hot rod through the ’50s and into the ’60s. In 1962 was brought in…

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For Sale: James May’s Porsche 911


This is James May’s 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera and it’s a significant motor car for two reasons. Firstly, it belongs to James May. And secondly, it’s a 1984 model. Well-read Porschephiles will tell you that the 1984 model year is very significant for the 911 as it saw the introduction of the new 3.2 litre…

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Sir Stirling Moss’ Porsche 718


The Porsche 718 was a competition focussed evolution of the Porsche 550 Spyder, which had been a very successful car for the still relatively young German marque. The 550 had begun production in 1953 and continued through till 1956, with the final iteration being the 550A. Porsche had established themselves an exceedingly solid platform with…

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