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911 & Porsche World - Issue 324 - July 2021

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Magazine Extras: 
Starting life as a final development of the 944, the 968 boasted eighty percent new or redesigned components, affording the model an identity all of its own. Recognised for its class-leading handling, this relatively low-volume production Porsche is a 'hidden gem' demanding your attention on the occasion of its thirtieth anniversary. Featuring star cars (including a pair of 968 Sports and an ultra-rare 968 Turbo RS), model history, owner stories, buying information and recent market activity, this issue of the world's best-selling monthly Porsche magazine is an essential read for fans of Porsche's transaxle product line-up.

Issue Summary:
911 & Porsche World celebrates thirty years of 968 — the final evolution of Porsche's massively successful, front-engined, water-cooled 'transaxle' family of sports cars, and one of the scene's best buys.

Top 3 Issue Features:
CONTACT SPORT - Few people outside Porsche circles know about the existence of the 968, let alone the 968 Sport, a UK-only model which has remained a bargain from new to now. We get up-close and personal with two of the best.

MANUAL LABOUR OF LOVE - Manual gearboxes are becoming increasingly less common. Porsche is persisting with a three-pedal option for the 992 Carrera S, but should you stick with the default option of PDK? We get behind the wheel and deliver our verdict.

FULL FRONTAL - The 968 Club Sport is a fabulous driver's car, but add a turbocharger and, in 1994, you had a contender for the GT2 class at Le Mans. Porsche produced just four examples of the Turbo RS, making it the rarest model in the 968 range.