How to tuck your Porsche in for the winter The best way for your Porsche to survive the long winter is to drive it. No storage is ever good for a car, and your Porsche, like any car, fares the best if you simply drive it...

Porsche's 1968 guide on how to build a 911 race car “Information Regarding PORSCHE Vehicles Used for Sports Purposes”, is the tantalizing title of Porsche’s own 1968 guide on how to turn your early 911 into a proper race car. The Porsche 911 was launched in 1963....

Porsche 911 buyer’s guide Okay, you made the decision. You need a classic Porsche 911 and you need it right now. Now comes the hard part: Pace yourself. Do not flip through the classifieds, but do look for advice from other Porsche owners, from internet forums...

How to build a Porsche 911 RS 2.7 replica At Amelia Island this year a 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS Lightweight was sold for a record setting $1,402,500. That kind of money can get you a 1,185 hp Koenigsegg or two Porsche 918 Spyders. It...

Put that ducktail on! The design of the Porsche 911 is from a simpler time, when cars were not designed on the computer and in the wind tunnel by engineering students with pimpled pizza faces and a “GAHARR HARR” nervous laugh should they gaze upon a...

Original colour codes for your 911 Of course a hot rod 911 does not need to use any of the original paint schemes and colour codes. But if you don't know what you're doing, you're frankly better off not trying to be the Dali of the...

Tuning the 911 CIS engine for cheap horsepower Porsche 911s produced 1973 to 1984 are fed by a Bosch K-Jetronic fuel injection system also known as CIS for Continuous Injection System. It was a huge leap forward compared to the old mechanical injection. And in a...

The 2.7 litre Porsche engine The Porsche 911s built between 1975 and 1977 do not have the best of reputations. And unfortunately it is well deserved. Because in their haste to keep up with the competition the engineers at Porsche took a shortcut too many and...