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Classic Porsche - #81 Bumper Issue Dec 21

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Magazine Extras:
Celebrating ninety years since Ferdinand Porsche opened his first design office, this bumper issue of Classic Porsche showcases some of the landmark engineering projects the company bearing his name has been involved with for thirty-party clients since 1931, from pre-war German race cars and amphibious military vehicles, all the way to modern aircraft flight decks and legendary super saloons. Plus, by uncovering the story behind the first 550 Spyders and pointing our cameras at the last-known surviving 901, we present some of the Porsche sports cars laying the foundation for what was to follow when Ferry Porsche took control of the reins in Zuffenhausen.

Issue Summary:
Celebrating nine decades of Porsche engineering services, Classic Porsche takes a journey through automotive history, highlighting a tradition of world-changing innovation.

Top 3 Issue Features:
FRENCH CONNECTION - The first 911s carried factory designation 901, but when Peugeot threatened litigation, the central digit was changed, resulting in the legendary 911 nameplate. We get up close and personal with a true survivor — a Signal Red 901 restored by RUF.

ORIGIN OF THE SPECIES - The Type 550 Porsche line — successful for many years and a huge leap from the 356 — had to start somewhere. We reach back to the beginning and celebrate the first examples of this iconic Porsche racer.

FRUIT LOOP - Fifty years young, this Signal Orange 911 started life as a 2.2-litre T before being adapted to ST specification and, more recently, being subjected to a full body restoration in readiness for scrutiny from Porsche Motorsport legend, Jürgen Barth.