The first comprehensive history of Porsche's very last factory-designated 911 - the 3.2 Carrera - describing its history and development. The book covers the model from its resurrection in 1984 to final production in 1989 and goes behind the scenes at Porsche's Zuffenhausen factory in Stuttgart, looking at design, production and quality control.; Overview; Evolution; History; Technical; Exterior; Interior; At the Controls; Colour Charts; Factory Development; On the Road; Driving Impressions; On the Track; Porsche v. Ferrari; Bosch Motronic; Carrera was one of the greatest Porsches ever made and a future classic. Foreword by former Porsche AG Chairman Peter W. Schutz, who was in charge of the company during the development and production of the Carrera. Technical specifications for each model:; Coupe; Cabriolet; Targa; Supersport SEE; Club Sport; Speedster; Anniversary Model; Features a 911 Carrera v. 328 GTS analysis - a head to head based on official factory information.
"Excellent book, very readable and full of good detail"
"A very informative, thorough record of the 3.2 Carrera. Detail of all the changes through the years and very useful information on tried and tested upgrades . Very good quality production and a reference book for all times"
"Corlett, 3.2 Carrera Register Secretary of Porsche Club GB, deals with the last 'real' 911 in straightforward (American) English in this series hardback, after a revealing foreword from former Porsche boss Peter Schutz. This is essentially an 'evolution and anatomy of', with added bonuses in detail of how Fuchs forges wheels, sections on enjoying your Carrera on the track, modded cars, upgrades and a comparison with the Ferrari 328 on the Isle of Man where Corlett lives, plus tech specs and chassis numbers at the back. Best bit is an exhilarating ride by 3.2 over the mountain section of the TT course, alongside a man who knows it well"