One of the world's best-loved cars is the Porsche 911 Turbo. This mammoth of the auto industry has been around since the mid-1970s, and represents the pinnacle of German sports car making. Four decades on, it hasn't lost any of its bite.
The Haynes Owners' Workshop Manuals started with a boyhood dream to build a sports car. They are now the number one resource for space travelers who need to fix a Millennium Falcon. Disclosure: this boy's a fan.
The Ferdinand GT3 RS might look like a real Porsche 911, but it's actually a bike covered with the chassis of a sports car! It's the creation of Austrian artist Hannes Langeder - a man with a message.
On November 7, 1957, the first "Trabi" rolled off the line. Thousands of them crossed from East to West Germany in 1989, two years before its production was halted. Explore the history of the car that's now cult.
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