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Classic Porsche - Issue 78 - August 2021

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Magazine Extras:
Flick through recent classifieds, auction lot lists or sales specialist catalogues and one thing becomes immediately apparent: used cars have reached new record prices. Demand appears to be outstripping supply, the knock-on effect being increased cost to get behind the wheel of your dream drive. Thankfully, there remains a selection of air-cooled Porsches available within a reasonable budget, though for how long is anyone's guess! In this issue of Classic Porsche, we present the best options at your disposal in a price bracket ranging from £5k to £50k. We've also taken time out to chat to owners about their experiences of models many outside the Porsche scene are unaware of. Plus, we explore the workings of mechanical fuel injection, chart a road trip to Bonneville Salt Flats in a 356 and marvel at a true survivor in the form of the fourth customer 550 Spyder.


Issue Summary:
From Porsche-Diesel tractor projects to the 964 Targa, Classic Porsche presents the accessible air-cooled classics currently available at a satisfyingly affordable price point.


Top 3 Features:
SIX OF THE BEST - If you thought the values of air-cooled Porsches had rocketed beyond reach, you'll be surprised to learn there remains a fine selection of Stuttgart-crested classics available to those working with modest budgets. We present a sextet of best buys.

GO YOUR OWN WAY - The 912 is a lesser-known Porsche offering all the style and glamour of an early 911, but without the price tag - it's the perfect air-cooled classic for personalisation.

THREADS OF THE WEB - Porsche's first purpose-built race car was the 550 Spyder, introduced in 1953 and instrumental in establishing the marque as a winner on the endurance racing scene. We get up close and personal with chassis 550-0020.