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Classic Porsche - Issue 82 - January/February 2022

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Magazine Extras:
Among the fresh body styles on display at the 1965 Frankfurt Motor Show was "the new Porsche convertible", which we now know and love as the 911 Targa. Also exhibited was the new-for-1966 912, a four-cylinder version of the 911 inheriting the outgoing 356's flat-four, but pairing it with the six-cylinder flagship's body and underpinnings. In this issue of Classic Porsche, we track down one of the very first 912s configured for right-hand-drive. Freshly restored following more than forty years in a state of suspended animation, this Light Ivory stunner is back on the road and ready to take on 2022's show season. Elsewhere in the magazine, we chart the origins and evolution of the short-lived 904, look at what goes into making models of famous Porsches, visit Aase Sales, get up close and personal with the Defense Mondial Carrera RSR 3.0 and marvel at the snow-bound Valkyrie Racing 356, complete with skis. Yes, really. PLUS, we revisit the famous Fuhrmann four-cam, look at some of Professor Porsche's early military vehicle designs, check out a recently restored Carrera 3.2 Targa and visit Weissach to view the resurrection of a 962 C. Le Mans hero, Peter Dumbreck, stops by for a chat, too!

Issue Summary:
Classic Porsche showcases one of the very first right-hand-drive 912s . Originally used as a press car in 1965, this retro revivalist is back on the road for the first time since 1979.

Top 3 Features:
HOT OFF THE PRESS - Freshly restored following retirement from the road more than forty years ago, this 1965 Light Ivory 912 is not only one of the first three right-hand-drive examples produced, but also served as a press demonstrator for Porsche’s British sales outpost.

THE LAST CONTINENT - Realising a long-held ambition of competing in motorsport, Renée Brinkerhoff has been using her modified 356 A to raise money and awareness for a supremely important cause. Now, after participating in some of the world’s toughest rallies, she is preparing to embark on the challenge of a lifetime: driving her classic Porsche across Antarctica.

BEAUTY IN SPEED - With its sights firmly set on the FIA’s GT class, Porsche developed its 904 racing coupe for the 1964 season. Powered by an improved version of the four-cam flat-four, the new arrival was low, sleek and an absolute masterwork of design from the pen of Ferdinand ‘Butzi’ Porsche, creator of the 911.