Top ten photos from Total 911 issue 123

The new issue of Total 911 (#123) is now on sale. To whet your appetite, we thought we’d put together a gallery of the ten best photos you won’t see in the latest magazine.

However, don’t panic. From the short-wheelbase Porsche 911 2.0 to the last and latest 911 Turbo Ss doing battle, every feature here can be enjoyed in Total 911’s latest issue.

To get your copy and enjoy more stunning Porsche 911 imagery like this, head to your local newsagent now. Alternatively, order your copy for home delivery or download it straight to your digital device.

The unmistakable form of a pre-impact bumper 911. We've got an ultimate guide to the short-wheelbase cars of 1964-67.
The unmistakable form of a pre-impact bumper 911. We’ve got an ultimate guide to the short-wheelbase cars of 1964-67.
Last versus latest. The Porsche 997 Turbo S takes on its successor in a battle of the turbocharged titans.
Last versus latest. The Porsche 997 Turbo S takes on its successor in a battle of the turbocharged titans.
We interview R Gruppe co-founder, Chris Huergas for the ultimate insight into his family of outlaw 911 enthusiasts.
We interview R Gruppe co-founder, Chris Huergas for the ultimate insight into his family of outlaw 911 enthusiasts.
Lee gets behind the wheel of a pretty special Porsche 911 Turbo, which also happens to be a pretty special 911 Targa too.
Lee gets behind the wheel of a pretty special Porsche 911 Turbo, which also happens to be a pretty special 911 Targa too.
We've got more alfresco 911 news too with all the details from the launch of the Porsche 991 Targa GTS.
We’ve got more alfresco 911 news too with all the details from the launch of the Porsche 991 Targa GTS.
Can the Porsche 996 Carrera 3.4 be saved? This trio proves it can be transformed into the ultimate driver's bargain.
Can the Porsche 996 Carrera 3.4 be saved? This trio proves it can be transformed into the ultimate driver’s car without breaking the bank.
Built by Kremer, this 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR is proof of Weissach's undying commitment to customer motorsport.
Built by Kremer, this 1975 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR is proof of Weissach’s undying commitment to customer motorsport.
We ever wondered how the latest 9A1 engine gets its 'bang'? We take a look at Porsche's Direct Fuel Injection technology.
We ever wondered how the latest 9A1 engine gets its ‘bang’? We take a look at Porsche’s Direct Fuel Injection technology.
Epitomising the classic Porsche 911 aesthetic, this 1967 short-wheelbase car stars in our issue 123 ultimate guide.
Epitomising the classic Porsche 911 aesthetic, this 1967 short-wheelbase car stars in our issue 123 ultimate guide.

Comments (1)

  • Jeff M

    To heck with these, howze aboot an entire gallery of the Pink 964?