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Classic Porsche - Issue 79 - September 2021

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Magazine Extras:
Few automotive scenes can boast restmods as ambitious or as high-profile as those inhabiting the Porsche world. In this special issue of Classic Porsche, we showcase some of the best restomods to recently break cover, including a phenomenal 356 Outlaw and a trio of awe-inspiring 964-based builds. Plus, we speak to experts in the field to find out what you should be considering before starting your own journey of Porsche personalisation and point our cameras at a super-rare 'matching numbers' 1964 901 owned by the restomodder's restomodder, Magnus Walker. Elsewhere in the magazine, we get up close and personal with some spectacular historic Porsche race cars, including 910 chassis 006 and a Rainer Becker's extraordinary 1974 Carrera RSR 3.0, a 911 motorsport machine which has competed in the 24 Hours of Daytona no fewer four times.

Issue Summary:
With expert advice on what to consider before starting a restomod project, this issue of Classic Porsche showcases some of the best personalised Porsches to recently break cover.

Top 3 Features:
OUTLAW MANNERS - Taking its visual cues from the ultra-successful 356 Carrera race car, this 1960 356 B has all the looks of a renegade, yet a thorough restoration means it presents as new.

THE SINCEREST FORM OF FLATTERY - Unable to rid his mind of the image of Brumos Racing's Daytona-winning 1973 Carrera RS 2.8, Chronis Tsiligkeridis worked with Prepfab Motorsport Engineering to create a competition-ready replica.

GREAT PRETENDER - Dressed in gorgeous Gulf blue and developing 250bhp, this ST-styled restomod started life as a Guards Red Carrera 3.2 before landing at Stuttgart Classica's base in the Cotswolds.