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Classic Porsche - Issue 76 - May 2021

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Magazine Extras:
With the promise of lockdown lifting and the open road beckoning, Porsche enthusiasts are getting read to enjoy the great outdoors. Some are even considering taking on the restoration project they always promised themselves. We've dedicated the majority of this issue of Classic Porsche to sharing expert advice regarding the planning (and the pitfalls) you need to be aware of to execute a successful and satisfying restoration. From picking the right air-cooled Porsche to serve as the platform for your project, to best practice regarding bodywork and interior trimming, not to mention the development of factory anti-corrosion technology, we arm you with the information you need to get going. And for inspiration, we showcase a variety of recently restored Porsches, including Porsche Cars Great Britain's very own 911 SWB 2.0 and one of the earliest 912s manufactured.

Issue Summary:
Offering fifty pages of expert advice to help you bring an air-cooled Porsche back from the brink, this issue of Classic Porsche is dedicated to restorations.

Top 3 Features:
BEST OF BREED. The coming together of technicians from Porsche Cars Great Britain's network of Classic Partner Centres saw this 1965 short-wheelbase 911 2.0 wow fans of historic motorsport before the car underwent further transformation in 2020.

PICKING A PROJECT. When taking on an air-cooled Porsche for restoration, preparation - along with honesty about your aims, budget and capabilities - is key to success.

GALVANISED FOR ACTION. Early in the 911's life, Porsche recognised the need to protect its products against body corrosion. This realisation resulted in innovations in the field of zinc galvanising.