The Porsche 911 calendar for the air-cooled classics „Air-Cooled Forever 2021“
In the model years 1965 to 1998, the Porsche 911 was built with the legendary air-cooled six-cylinder boxer engine in the rear. A true cult has developed around these classic nine-niners, which were built in four model series. From each generation the calendar shows some of the most beautiful vehicles. In the model years 1965 to 1973 the F-model was built. As special highlights the calendar shows the 911 Carrera 2.7 RS and one of the first Porsche 911 ever. This one was still produced under the type designation 901.
Built between 1974 and 1989, the G-model is one of the most popular model series among the classic Porsche 911s, as it combines sophisticated and reliable technology with maximum driving pleasure. No subsequent model series was available as long as the G-model – an incredible 17 years. Accordingly, the highlights from the G line are shown on six calendar pages. In addition to the 911 Carrera 2.7, the 911 Turbo 3.0 is of course also included.
But the calendar also shows the open versions of the 911 Carrera 3.2. So you can see the 911 Targa as well as the Speedster version.
The perfect complement: The G-model book
In our book about the G-model every vehicle is described in detail in a separate chapter.
Special features in this book
- Detailed purchase advice and price developments
- Extensive information on all eight special models
- Unpublished documents and photographs from the Porsche archives
The following generation 964 became one of the most important model series in the history of the 911. Modern technology catapulted the concept of the air-cooled rear boxer engine, which had already been declared dead, into the present. The 964 was produced in the model years 1989 to 1994. The calendar shows the 964 Carrera RS from 1992 as a real milestone in the history of the sports car classic. But of course the 964 Turbo 3.3 should not be missing either.
A look behind the scenes: The book about the Porsche 993
For many Porsche enthusiasts, the Porsche 911 of the 993 model series is still the great love to this day. For the first time in the history of the 911, the design has been thoroughly revised. The result was one of the most beautiful and fascinating Porsche ever. The British designer Tony Hatter succeeded in this great success. You can find his interview in our book about the Porsche 993.Learn more about the book
This generation was last built in the model years 1994 to 1998 with the fascinating concept of the air-cooled boxer engine. Besides the 993 Carrera 4S, the calendar also shows the 993 GT2. Of this rarity only 57 vehicles were produced.
The calendar is printed in landscape format 59,4cm x 42cm and has a stable shipping package. This Porsche calendar for the year 2021 will be published on November 5, 2020 and can be ordered immediately.