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Singer 911 too mainstream? How about something from Theon Design?

Theon Design has unveiled its latest bespoke Porsche 911, GBR002.

New from Porsche Classic: magnesium crankcases for early 911 models

An all-new engine for your classic 911 from Porsche Classic? Its latest parts offering brings that dream even closer to reality.

Come see our Porsche 911 Carrera and Callaway-turbocharged VW GTI on display at The Amelia this weekend

This Saturday, we'll be showing off our Volkswagen Rabbit GTI and Porsche 911 Carrera project cars during The Amelia's Cars & Community event.

Is this the ultimate version of the Ruf BTR? | Car Catcher

More than just a modified 930 Turbo, this Ruf BTR III has virtually every upgrade from the catalog.

Well-maintained Porsche 996 Turbo | Car Catcher

The switch to water-cooled engines may have been considered sacrilege for some, but at least it ensured we got really quick Porsches like this Turbo model.

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Restoration & Renovation: The realities of restoring a race car

Old race cars might live in grainy black and white, but bringing them into today’s world can require some hardnosed detective work–and some tough decisions.

Buyer's Guides: Porsche 996 GT3: Expert tips on buying, maintenance and more

Why should you buy a GT3? It’s rare, it’s fast and it has strong ties to the brand’s motorsports program–plus the styling keeps it on the D.L.

Features: Finding, then restoring, the first Targa 911 sold in Germany

Following nearly 40 years of storage, this soft-window 911S Targa was finally put back together properly.

Buyer's Guides: Porsche 911 Turbo: What you need to know before you buy

In the market for one of Porsche's most iconic models? Look no further.

Buyer's Guides: Porsche 996 Turbo: Today's best 911 Turbo value?

The 996-chassis Porsche 911 Turbo might represent today’s easiest entry into a turbo-powered, all-wheel-drive 911.

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What broke now? New Stoddard door striker plates for classic Porsches

Hands up if you love finding a broken part when prepping your car for a big event. Exactly.

While getting our 1984 Porsche 911 Carrera ready for …

Giving our Porsche the quality shocks it deserves

Perhaps it was time for new shocks on our Porsche 911: The fronts leaked fluid, while someone had inscribed the rears with April 18, 1995. That was a while ago.

Selecting and installing the right brake pads for our 997 Porsche

At our first track day in our Porsche 997, we began to run out of brakes. Despite Porsche’s reputation for superior stopping performance, the FIRM can be a …

When it comes to air-cooled Porsches, what’s your favorite?

Have a favorite Porsche? Our local PCA chapter will celebrate it.

The group meets once a month in Orlando, with each get-together celebrating a different model or group of …

When you have good friends, you can do fun car stuff anywhere

Planning the ultimate experience with some fellow car buddies? Whatcha doing? F1 race at some far-away track? RV setup at Le Mans? Weeklong drive through the Alps?

With good friends, …

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