UP FOR AUCTION is this PORSCHE 356A 1959 REUTTER Coupe Outlaw VIN 108001 With matching numbers . this car was fully restored to the highest factory specifications and quality standards , mileage on it is 1,986 since engine was fully rebuilt and modified by a PORSCHE 356 Expert , featuring a new set of Webbers carbs giving an amazing performance to the car, racing exhaust making it sound and run like a complete STREET RACER !! , Everything fitted with the original mechanical pump supported with its 6V Electrical pump, Black color exterior with red leather upholstery carrera style interiors , New Grey German square carpets, this state of the art job was made by AUTOS INTERNATIONAL. All Rubbers and Seals were replaced prior to reassembly , Gauges restored by PALO ALTO SPEEDOMETERS, New brake lines , new gas lines and electrical lines as well, electric line arnes with factory wire color codes, Astonished Body metal work , Indeed rust free , Original 4 PORSCHE 356 RIMS with correct date stamp, along with new Tires, Original Rear brake drums perfectly polished and restored , front chrome disc brakes looking like drum brakes , original front drums and plates are included in this auction though, The Deck lid LUVERS one of the best looking job you can find, Great Looking Uncovered DASH BOARD , Original polished looking like new windshield and windows , Awesome condition HORNS both working , RETRO AUDIO SISTEM ( USB Auxiliar, Hands free etc)
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In the event that the Porsche Panamera Turbo's 520 horsepower and 189-mile-per-hour top speed aren't enough to sate the appetite of the speed freak, Porsche has just given the auto show debut to the faster, more powerful Panamera Turbo S.
With 570 horsepower being pumped from a 4.8-liter, twin-turbocharged V8, the Panamera Turbo S promises even faster acceleration, hitting 60 mph in 3.6 seconds, a 0.3-second improvement over the standard Turbo. The top speed, meanwhile, climbs to 192 mph, which is kind of ridiculous for a car with four doors and a trunk.
Other enhancements that come with this Panamera's extra syllable include carbon-ceramic brakes and the entirety of Porsche's active chassis systems, including Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control and Porsche Active Suspension Management. The performance goodies come standard, but that doesn't mean the Panamera Turbo S is cheap.
The latest Porsche 911 may still be a newer car, but that hasn't stopped the German company from starting development of a facelifted version of the rear-engined sports car, testing in what looks like southern Europe.
Due to hit the market in 2015, our spies think what we're seeing here is the new GTS variant, which, following the evolution of the last-generation 911, will make its debut on the facelifted car. Featuring the wider rear haunches of the all-wheel-drive Carrera 4, the GTS should enjoy a slight power boost, to 408 ponies.
Aesthetically, there are some additional vents in the rear bodywork, along with a revised front bumper and tweaked day-time running lights. The taillights get some attention as well, and will likely grow over the current car's skinny rear lamps.
Getting a bead on the target that is the so-called Porsche 960 is not easy, as the target keeps moving. First labeled the 960, then the 961, and now back to being called the 960, it is Porsche's take on a supercar specifically aimed at Ferrari - the latest report in Automobile says that Porsche's internal moniker for it is "FeFi," which stands for "Ferrari Fighter." Because it is expected to cost as much as the top-tier V12 Ferrari, Porsche wants the engine solution to justify the price tag. That means, according to author Georg Kacher, a 3.9-liter, quad-turbo flat-eight engine with 650 horsepower.
Last summer, the engine was mooted to be a twin-turbo flat six. A few months later, the rumor was that it would use the 4.6-liter V8 from the 918 and have about 570 horsepower. This new mid-engine configuration would be quite the leap, giving the 960 more power than the 918 Spyder (pictured) and 911 GT2 RS, and utilize other tech features like four adjustable camshafts and "a complex multistage intake manifold." In this scenario, power would be run through a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission and all-wheel drive.
Build materials are still slated to be a hodgepodge of materials including aluminum, steel, carbon fiber, titanium and magnesium. The boosted flat-eight, all-wheel drive and a 3,000-pound weight could get the 960 from zero to 60 miles per hour in just 2.5 seconds. Since it is looking squarely at Ferrari, the idea that the 960 will be a "four-door coupe" can probably be put to rest. For now.