Magazine Back Issues
The Porsche 911 2.7 RS is widely heralded as the greatest 911 of all time. Total 911 climbed behind the wheel of an immaculately restored example in issue 106.
The widebody has always been desirable: in issue 103, Total 911 uncovers a Turbo-look 964 with a special history.
Revered as much for its reputation as it is for its performance and dynamics, the Porsche 997 GT3 RS is the ultimate expression of the road-racing automobile.
Upon its release in 1986, the ‘Flachbau’ Porsche 930 divided opinion. Total 911 explores why in issue 99.
In this feature by Neill Watson from issue 102, Total 911 gets to have a look around an immaculate 3.0 RS – one of only six right-hand drive examples in the world.
‘Quick Vic’ talks about his first Porsche experience, rallycrossing at Lydden Hill, and the rivalry between Stuttgart’s two ‘works’ teams.
Which is the better entry-level 911 for under £15k?
Before Porsche introduced its ‘love it or hate it’ Flatnose 911, specialist dp Motorsport gave us the DP935 in all its wide-body Eighties glory. This Turbo Cabriolet example is one of the very rarest.
On the USA’s West Coast, we sample a flawless personal take on the latest 911 with the TechArt Aerokitted Carrera S.
The 964 has been the forgotten 911 for too long. Here’s a reminder of why it’s so great…