Porsche 911, the legend

the legend

Technical down jacket Montecore with woolen sleeves in honeycomb knitting pattern.

1968 Monte Carlo Rally – Porsche 911T coupe group 3.
First and second place PORSCHE 911 T
1° EFORD VIC – STONE DAVID
2° TOIVONEN PAULI – TIUKKANEN MARTTI
At the beginning of 1968 the Range was extended. The base model was 911 T (Touring) with power supply by carburettors and lighter engine and 110CV. Porsche 911 L still had the carburettor engine with 130CV, but also more refined finishing. Porsche 911 S also had weber carburettors and offered 160CV. The wheel base was extended by 6cm, from 221cm to 227cm. For the first time all the models were available both in the coupe version and the “targa” version with removable deck.

Only few cars have been in production for 53 years, and those very few ones which survive without any considerable alteration, neither in design nor in technical features, tend to look visibly outdated. That is not the case for Porsche 911, which has become one of the most coveted sports cars ever manufactured. So much so that its prestige has grown over time. This enviable fate is due to various improvements which have been made by a team of purists who took into account budgetary restraints and at the same time envisaged technical perfection as their goal, which is confirmed by the sports competitions won by this car. Porsche regards circuit races and rallies as an essential outcome for

the work of the wonderful testing centre of the factory, since the evolution of both racing cars and custom-built models is carried out by the same engineers.The first 911 model was presented at the 1963 Frankfurt Motor Show. It was a car with a highly individual design, characterized by an engine with six horizontal cylinders and an air-cooling system, embossed in the back. The result is a practical car for everyday use and suitable for sport races, probably the most eclectic one ever driven in rallies and circuits all over the world.
Both in the case of cars similar to the series or modified according to sports rules in force, Porsche 911 has in fact won at least once all sports cars competitions. It has proved at ease both on the snowy roads of the Monte Carlo Rally and on the desert tracks of the Paris-Dakar, in the streets of the Targa Florio Rally and on the Daytona circuit, and also on the 24 Hours of Le Mans, all the competitions which are now included in its record.

1963, the first engine of Porsche 911.

  1. clutch disk
  2. flywheel
  3. crankcase
  4. crankshaft
  5. airfilter
  6. vent door
  7. ventilating fan
  8. alternator
  9. trapezoidal belt
  10. distributor cap trigger wheel
  11. pulley
  12. exhaust silencer
  13. auxiliary shaft
  14. chain wheel for distribution chain
  15. connecting rod
  16. oil drain plug
  17. oil intake strainer
  18. oil recovery pum
  19. oil feed pump
  20. heat exchanger
  21. hot air outlet

Tag Heurer Chronometer.
Partner in the world of races with the models Autavia, Carrera, Monaco. The series produced in the late 60s is made in Calibre 11 and is called “Cronomatic”. They have a 12-hour chronometer, with a GMT indicator sphere. The charging crown was unusually located on the left, with chrono buttons on the right. In the early 70s Heuer extended its line of automatic chronometers with the models Daytona, Montreal, Silverstone, Calculator, Monza and Jarama, all of them powered by Calibre 11. These iconic models included Monaco, which was worn in the film Le Mans by Steve McQueen.