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Ten top photos from Total 911 issue 145

There are so many great features in Total 911 issue 145, it seemed a shame not to share a little snippet of each. So, here in photographic form, we’ve put together a quick preview of the latest issue.

From two ‘Legends of Rennsport’ and a guide to originality, through a turbocharged trip across Ireland’s greatest roads to the Sebring-winning Porsche 993 GT2 Evo, we’ve got it all covered in issue 145. Here’s what you can find inside:

It may be the most iconic Porsche 911 ever but can the 2.7 RS out run its 3.0-litre successor in our 'Legends of Rennsport' head-to-head?

It may be the most iconic Porsche 911 ever but can the 2.7 RS out run its 3.0-litre successor in our ‘Legends of Rennsport’ head-to-head?

Chrome wheels and a wood interior? It can only be the Porsche 911 Millennium Edition. We get behind the wheel of this 996 oddity.

Chrome wheels and a wood interior? It can only be the Porsche 911 Millennium Edition. We get behind the wheel of this 996 oddity.

Brumos isn't Florida's only famous Porsche race team. Get up close and personal with Champion's Sebring-winning 993 GT2 Evo in issue 145.

Brumos isn’t Florida’s only famous Porsche race team. Get up close and personal with Champion’s Sebring-winning 993 GT2 Evo in issue 145.

In a battle of the Porsche 997s, we see if the Gen1 GT3 is worth the extra outlay over the Carrera GTS.

In a battle of the Porsche 997s, we see if the Gen1 GT3 is worth the extra outlay over the Carrera GTS.

In the current Porsche 911 market, originality is a highly prized quality. Our latest ultimate guide walks you through what to look for.

In the current Porsche 911 market, originality is a highly prized quality. Our latest ultimate guide walks you through what to look for.

Lee tackles some of Ireland's tastiest roads in the latest Porsche 911 Turbo S. Can the 991.2 provide forced induction thrills on its way to the other Hollywood?

Lee tackles some of Ireland’s tastiest roads in the latest Porsche 911 Turbo S. Can the 991.2 provide forced induction thrills on its way to the other Hollywood?

We talk to the experts to discuss the tuning potential of the new 911 Carrera's turbocharged 9A2 flat six. Find out more inside issue 145.

We talk to the experts to discuss the tuning potential of the new 911 Carrera’s turbocharged 9A2 flat six. Find out more inside issue 145.

The twists and turns of the Elan Valley in central Wales are this month's Great Road.

The twists and turns of the Elan Valley in central Wales are this month’s Great Road.

Does the super rare 3.0-litre Rennsport live up to its billing? Find out in our 2.7 RS v 3.0 RS battle in the latest issue.

Does the super rare 3.0-litre Rennsport live up to its billing? Find out in our 2.7 RS v 3.0 RS battle in the latest issue.

To read all of this and much, much more, pick up Total 911 issue 145 in store today. Alternatively, order your copy online for home delivery, or download it straight to your digital device now.

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Delavilla Creates Sensation at Top Marques in Monaco

Delavilla Top Marques

As with last year with the Cayman R1 and 911 VRS “Speedroad” Delavilla marked the spirit of the occasion by presenting two new models and a stunning concept car at the latest Top Marques Show held in Monaco in April.

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991 “HardBack”

Transform your 991 cabriolet into a “speedster” in less than a minute…it had to be done, and the French Porsche tuner did it, thanks to a very clever accessory: the “Delavilla HardBack”. PORSCHE does not currently offer this model, so the vehicle shown on the Delavilla stand generated much curiosity. Very easy to install, the “HardBack” allows you to close the electric roof or free the back seats easily. By adding the “Hard Top” to this configuration, one can have the choice of driving a coupe, cabriolet or “speedster”, depending on the weather, your needs or simply your mood

 

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The “VINTECH” Concept car

The Vintech did not escape the eyes of Prince Albert II of Monaco! Connoisseur of exceptional cars, his Highness visited the Delavilla stand, particularly interested in the “Vintech” concept car. Inspired by the PORSCHE 550 of the 1950s, this handmade prototype with a carbon fibre body and engine was exhibited to demonstrate the design and manufacturing skills of the D3 group, the industrial partner of Delavilla. Seduced by the originality of the automobile, the Prince asked whether this car would be mass produced soon. The project is under review. Maybe we will one day see this amazing French automobile driving through the streets of Monaco with a member of the royal family on board. Knowing the Principalities attachment to French craftsmen, we say that it is quite possible…

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The DELAVILLA Cayman R1 3.8

At the show the Porsche tuner Delavilla offered test drives with a superb pearly red 3.8L Cayman R1. Delavilla continues to work with the Swiss based engine tuner, SPORTEC, to improve the performance of its models. With an engine capacity that now reaches 3800cc, the 3.8 R1 produces 390bhp, and with its modified chassis is capable of exceptional performance. All the lucky ones who participated in the test drive of this car are unanimous; with the 3.8 R1, Delavilla now offers a version of PORSCHE Cayman with totally unique abilities.

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The DELAVILLA “CrossRoad”

This is a first for the French Porsche tuner who have never worked on the PORSCHE Cayenne before, but the result is there: the design is both simple and distinctive; the bite of the huge mouth gives the Cayenne an entirely new face. Add the spoiler, the rear bumper and four exhaust outlets and, the dressing is complete. The “CrossRoad” reaffirms the powerful and dynamic nature of the PORSCHE off-roader. “By changing a little has made a complete change!” The gamble has paid off!

 

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