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Porsche Museum restores one of the first 911s ever built

One of the few original cars built under the 901 nomenclature, Porsche has fully-restored one of its first 911 customer cars…

Une 901 de 1964 restaurée et exposée au musée Porsche

Porsche 911 901 no 57 2Du 14 décembre au 8 avril 2018, le musée Porsche met l’accent sur l’histoire de la 911 par le biais d’une exposition d&eacut …

Actualité : Le musée Porsche étoffe sa collection d’une rare 911

Le Porsche Museum de Stuttgart vient d’étoffer sa collection du plus ancien modèle Porsche 911 (901) désormais en sa possession, un exemplaire dont…

Musée Porsche : la plus ancienne 911 exposée

Porsche a retrouvé, restauré et expose la plus ancienne 911 de sa collection, qui fut assemblée sous le nom 901.

 

Porsche dévoile la 901 #57!

La Porsche 911 est une voiture mythique, au même titre que la Corvette, la Mustang ou la Coccinelle. Successeure de la populaire 356, la 911 fait sa première apparition publique au Salon de Francfort en septembre 1963. Il faut attendre le 14 septembre 1964 avant que la première 911 quitte …

Porsche Museum Displays Its Oldest 911; 901 no. 057

Before a trademark dispute with Peugeot created one of motoring’s most iconic badges, Porsche produced 82 901s. These cars were primarily treated as pre-production cars, and were reportedly not officially sold. Despite this, several have found their way into private hands. Alois Ruf owns number #037, and Ruf restored #018 for a private customer. For the last five decades, the Porsche Museum has not had a 901 of their own. In 2014, a German television crew uncovered #057 while working on an antiques program. The Porsche museum purchased the car, which is now the oldest 911 in their collection. Following a challenging 3-year restoration the car goes on display tomorrow, December 14th, as a special exhibition in the Porsche museum.

While the 901 appears all but identical to an early 911 at first glance, there are numerous small differences. The rear decklid latch panel is constructed differently to the later cars. The horn grilles were made by hand, and the screw holes are not visible from the outside. The seat pattern and shape is slightly closer to the 356C than to other 911s, and the A-pillars are upholstered. Some sources also note differences in the dash between the 901 and 911, though this may vary slightly from car to car.

All of these details made restoring #057 all the more challenging. When the car arrived at Porsche, unrestored and incomplete, panels needed to be crafted, and authenticity ensured. It took Porsche three years to restore #057, and required donor panels from another early 911 or 901 to be made whole (Porsche does not specifiy which beyond « another vehicle »). The engine, suspension and interior were all restored using the same approach- restore rather than replace.

What exists now is a highly authentic pre-911. When Porsche first showed the 901 prototype in 1963, that car had a non-running engine and 356 suspension. This is the real deal. A full blooded 901, running, driving, and on display to the public. It distills the elements of what makes air-cooled 911s exciting and alluring more than 50 years on.

901 no. 057 will be on display at the Porsche Museum from December 14th, 2017 through April 18th, 2018 as the cornerstone of a special exhibition titled “911 (901 No. 57) – A legend takes off.”

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The return of the Number 57

The Porsche 901 is a legend. That’s because it was the forerunner of the 911. In the autumn of 1963, Porsche presented the 901 as a show car at the IAA.

Porsche Museum showcases its oldest 911 for the first time

Exhibition: “911 (901 No. 57) – A legend takes off”.

Le PDG de Porsche s’attend à voir une 911 à moteur hybride

En entrevue avec la publication américaine Automotive News lors du Salon de l’auto de Los Angeles la semaine dernière, le PDG de Porsche Oliver Blume a réaffirmé les intentions du constructeur allemand de proposer éventuellement une Porsche 911 à moteur hybride rechargeable. « Nous offrirons l’hybride rechargeable avec la prochaine …

Des boutons à poussoir pour la prochaine 911

Interior porsche cayenne s 2018La 992 continue logiquement d’attirer les espions du net. On a déjà plusieurs fois vu l’extérieur de la voiture, qui devrait …

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