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Car Craft 2: Porsche 911 (Paperback)

Colour Books Photographic Books Transport > Cars

By Lance Cole
Imprint: Pen & Sword Transport
Series: Car Craft
Pages: 64
Illustrations: 200 colour & black and white
ISBN: 9781526756800
Published: 3rd August 2020



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The aim of this innovative series is to provide modelmakers and car enthusiasts with a new standard of primarily visual reference of both full-size cars and their scale models. Each book contains detailed technical information imparted through drawings and photographs while the meticulously researched full-colour profiles provides a complete reference for paint schemes and markings. In addition, every volume of the CarCraft series features summaries of design histories and operational careers, and reviews of available kits.

Recognised as one of the most important sports cars in the history of the automobile, Porsche's 911 represents a vital story in the annals of the design and driving of the motor car. This new book delivers an innovative format to the car enthusiast by covering the engineering, design, and modelling of Porsche's 911 series.

A true icon, 911 is the designer legend – and a driving tool par excellence: the 911 stemmed from the Porsche 356 yet created a new era and a new international definition of style amid a global motor sport record of success across race and rally events

Here in CarCraft title Number Two, experienced automotive writer, industrial designer and Porsche enthusiast Lance Cole pays tribute to the car in a detailed yet engaging commentary. New photography, the design story, and full coverage of the modelling options in synthetic materials and die cast metals, create a narrative of vital interest.

Packed with technical information and written in Lance Cole’s recognisable manner making this edition very enjoyable and, in my case, potentially expensive. "I need a Porsche in my life".

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Vintage Airfix

Must-have Automotive Modeling Series in our library.

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Miniaturas JM

An inherently fascinating and impressively informative tour-de-force...

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Midwest Book Review

Review by Russ Lockwood

My muscle car days have sadly passed, but the CarCraft series gave me a feel-good jolt. Can't wait for the next of the series.

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Historical Miniatures Gaming Society

An inherently fascinating and impressively informative tour-de-force with respect to the legendary car, "Porch 911" by Lance Cole is a truly extraordinary and unreservedly recommended addition to personal, professional, and community library Automotive Studies collections in general, and the personal reading lists of all dedicated Porch 911 fans in particular.

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Midwest Book Review

Reviewed alongside Car Craft 3: Jaguar E-Type

... these books represent good value.

Society of Automotive Historians, 103 Winter 2020

Highly recommended.

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About Lance Cole

Lance Cole has been a motoring and aviation writer and PR for over 30 years. He is also an internationally published photographer, illustrator and designer. The author of over 20 books, he has a parallel career as a news correspondent and TV camera-journalist. But it is old cars and their design and driving that fascinates him. He has driven Saabs all over the world and contributed to Saab design when he was a young design student. Lance wrote Erik Carlsson’s obituary for the Daily Telegraph.
Lance currently lives in England but yearns for a return to the outback of Australia where old cars rule.

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