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911 & Porsche World - Issue 327 - October 2021

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Magazine Extras:
Summer is finally upon us, and with it comes the opportunity to indulge in open-top motoring. As far back as the 356, Porsche offered its loyal fanbase the option of al fresco fun on four wheels, and as the cover of this issue of 911 & Porsche World attests, our favourite manufacturer's roll-out of roofless sports machines shows no signs of slowing down. From the earliest Speedster to the latest 911 Targa, we enjoy quality time with some of Stuttgart's greatest open-tops. Plus, we uncover the air-cooled classic Vic Elford used to signal the 911's dominance in motorsport, we revisit the astonishing 924 Carrera GT, we take a detailed look at turbochargers and get busy detailing a 997.

Issue Summary:
It's open season! This issue of 911 & Porsche World explores the Stuttgart brand's latest and greatest cabriolets and Targas, from 356 Speedster to 992 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition.

Top 3 Features:
CHERRY-TINTED GLASSES - Have we fallen for the new 911 Targa 4S Heritage Design Edition because it deliberately harks back to a halcyon age, or is this a genuinely brilliant Porsche semi-open-top?

IN THE RED - Opening Porsche's motorsport account in the UK and beyond, this surviving 1966 two-litre 911 landed in living rooms with a bang, crash and wallop, before its serious attack of asphalt propelled Vic Elford to international stardom.

ACE OF BASE - When looking for automotive nirvana, it's all too easy to dismiss entry level models in favour of more generously trimmed cars, but while it would be a stretch to say less always means more, there is an argument for a four-wheeler free of frills offering a purer driving experience. Is this true of base Boxsters? We paired a 718 2.0 with a 987 2.7 to find out.