Porsche by Design: Seducing Speed – Featured Photo Gallery Page Three
1949 Porsche 356 Gmund Coupe, Ingram Collection – This rare early Porsche, serial number 356/2-017, one of the oldest known Gmund Coupes extant, is the seventeenth of about fifty built.
1949 Porsche 356 Gmund Coupe, Ingram Collection – A handcrafted 1949 Gmünd coupe designed by Dr. Porsche’s son “Ferry” Porsche, one of about 50 aluminum-bodied sports cars from the first Porsche “factory,” a converted sawmill in Gmünd, Austria
1988 Porsche 959 and 2005 Porsche Type 980 Carrera GT
1988 Porsche 959, Ralph Lauren Collection
1965 Porsche 904/6, Cameron Healy and Susan Snow – this car is one of six two-liter, six-cylinder prototypes built in 1965 as Porsche factory racers. This car, serial number 906-011, was driven by Gerhardt Mitter in the 1965 Le Mans trials. That year it finished ninth at the 1,000 km of Nurburgring and third at the Grand Prix of Solitude.
2010 Porsche 911 GT3 R Hybrid Race Car, Porsche Museum
1938/9 Type 64 Berlin-Rom Racer
1989 Porsche Panamericana Concept Car, Porsche Museum – For his 80th birthday, Ferry Porsche received the Panamericana, a radical but drivable design study leading to the modern 911, albeit with hints of speedboat, dune buggy and race car thrown in. The Panamericana debuted at the 1989 Frankfurt Motor Show.