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Classic Porsche - Issue 77 - June/July 2021

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Magazine Extras:
It has been fifty years since the release of Steve McQueen's motorsport movie magnum opus, Le Mans, complete with action sequences filmed during the actual 1970 Grand Prix of Endurance, when Richard Attwood and Hans Herrmann battled chaotic weather to secure Porsche's first overall win at Sarthe. In this special issue of Classic Porsche, we look back at the film's star cars, including McQueen's recently restored 908/02, which captured some of cinema's most exhilarating motoring footage by competing in the race (alongside the winning Salzburg 917) after being kitted-out with cameras. Additionally, we celebrate Porsche's seventy years of continuous involvement in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, we visit SoCal 356 hero, Jack Staggs, and examine the workings of carburettors.

Issue Summary:
Now boosted to 116 pages, Classic Porsche explores the thrills and spills of making Steve McQueen's legendary motorsport movie, Le Mans, and takes a look at the King of Cool's personal passion for Porsche.

Top 3 Issue Features:
NEED FOR SPEED  Long before filming began on the set of Le Mans, Steve McQueen was the proud purchaser of a 1958 356 Speedster 1600 Super, which remains with Mr Bandito's family to the present day.

QUICK SHARP  Few air-cooled Porsches offer as much value for money as a 964 Targa, but act fast if you want to get in on the act - prices are rapidly on the rise.

RED DEVIL  Not all legendary motorsport machines win races, as demonstrated by Bob Akin's awe-inspiring 1982 L1: an 850bhp, 3.2-litre, twin-turbocharged 935-based belter.