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Classic Porsche - Issue 74 - March 2021

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This issue of Classic Porsche showcases a duo of air-cooled Porsches with extraordinary provenance: prototypes of the 911 Targa and the 911 S. Following exhaustive analysis of build records, as well as consultation with some of the industry's leading automotive forensic investigators, each car has revealed stories hitherto unknown, especially in the case of the 911 S — an extremely lucky find buried beneath a mountain of redundant domestic furniture in Johannesburg!

Issue Summary:
From Porsche's early vision of a semi-open-top 911 to Stuttgart Classica's bonkers RSR project and the Makellos 911 SC Safari, we present a selection of the most exciting air-cooled classics.

Top 3 Issue Features:
LIFTING THE LID // Adding to what's fast becoming the most important collection of classic Porsches anywhere in the world outside Zuffenhausen, the very first 911 Targa hides a secret history about to be uncovered.
TESTING TIMES // Buried beneath a pile of furniture for three decades, this recently restored 911 S originally served as a development mule for factory engineers before being released into the custody of a legendary Porsche personality.
BLUE BLOODS // Comprising hardware from some of the most aggressive road and race 911s ever built,  Stuttgart Classica's no-holds-barred RSR is a product of North Carolina's thriving motorsport scene.