One Car to Do It All

Porsche 911 RSR 450x330

  Fiction writer Jack Olsen is a Porschephile in the spirit of fellow 911 luminaries Magnus Walker and Rob Dickinson, he isn’t a purist or an anorak, he loves all 911s and so when it came time to build his own, he took parts from 911s spanning 3 decades. This short film by our friends over…

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Porsche 718

Porsche 7181 450x330

The Porsche 718 was the German marque’s evolution of the successful 550, the new car was developed largely due to changes in FIA rules in the late 1950s regulating things like windscreen and cockpit size. Porsche equipped the 718 with a 178bhp, 1600cc flat 4-cylinder engine with twin Weber carburettors, a 5-speed manual transmission, 4-wheel…

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1959 Porsche 356 A Carrera 1600 GS

Porsche 356 A 21 450x330

This immaculate 1959 Porsche 356 A Carrera 1600 GS has been appraised at somewhere in the region of $550,000 to $650,000 USD, making it a fantastically affordable acquisition for people like Jerry Seinfeld, Jony Ive and that guy who invented Scientology. The 356 was the first production car from Porsche, the Austrian factory began turning…

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Singer 911

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The Singer 911 is a modern re-imagining of how the Porsche 911 could have evolved, in an alternate universe where certain headlight design mistakes were avoided. The design team at Singer begin the process of creating a new 911 by acquiring a 1990 to 1994 Porsche 911 (the 964), this donor car is then stripped…

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Magnus Walker – Disturbing The Peace

Magnus Walker Porsche1

Magnus Walker is a bit of a personal hero of mine. He’s a British clothing designer based in the USA who has an unbridled passion for old, air-cooled Porsche 911s. He’s owned over 40 of them and once a car has been owned/modified by him they become known as “ex-Magnus Walker 911s” – which significantly…

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1970 Porsche 911S/T Coupé

1970 Porsche 911ST 7

The Porsche 911 is one of those cars that I think all men should own, at some point in their lives. That’s a statement that’ll make people like Jeremy Clarkson begin to hyperventilate, but at the end of the day, the 911 is an icon and it’s an affordable icon if you go shopping for an ’80s or ’90s era model and don’t mind picking up a wrench occasionally.

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