Total 911 issue 123 on sale now

The Total 911 issue 123, on sale in store and online from today, goes back to the beginning of the Porsche 911 legend with our ultimate guide to ‘The First Superstar’, the short-wheelbase 911.

Successor to the 356, the pre-impact bumper Porsche 911 generation originally sat on a short-wheelbase platform, produced between 1964 and 1967. Powered by a 2.0-litre flat six, these early cars have proved highly desirable, thanks to their place at the beginning of the 911’s icon lifespan.

Our complete classic compendium in issue 123 provides you with a complete guide to buying this motoring icon, all complemented by our stunning studio photography.

Porsche 911 SWB rear

Elsewhere in the issue, we pit the new Porsche 997 Turbo S against its successor, the new 911 Turbo S. With the 991 now twice the price of the latter, Lee sets out to see if it latest Turbo iteration is twice as good as its predecessor.

We also get behind the wheel of a Porsche 964 RS with a wide body conversion and 3.8-litre 993 RS powerplant, and we go behind the scenes at outlaw hot rod enthusiasts, R Gruppe to see what makes Chris Huergas’ club tick.

To read all of this and much, much more, pick up Total 911 issue 123 in store now. Alternatively, you can order your copy online for home delivery or download it straight to your digital device for an instant Porsche fix.

997 Turbo S v 991 Turbo S

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