Code No: 20904
Availability: This is not a stock line, but is available to special order. Usually despatched in 5 - 15 days.
No. Pages: 128
Dimensions: 15 x 15
Illustrations: B&W THROUGHOUT
The gap between Porsche's giant-killing Spyders and the powerful Type 917 that swept all before it was bridged by its 900-series sports-racing cars, here shown in rare original photography from the Ludvigsen Library. Karl Ludvigsen has personally selected both dramatic action images and intimate technical details of the 904, 906, 907, 908, 909 and 910, which with their air-cooled flat-four, -six and -eight engines brought Porsche to the fore in both international sports-car racing and the European Hillclimb Championship, which Porsche won in 1966 and 1968. Led by the thrusting Ferdinand Piech, Porsche built the ultra-light 908/03 expressly to win both the Targa Florio and Nürburgring - which it did. Ludvigsen introduces this must-have pictorial banquet for all fans of the white racers from Zuffenhausen.