Porsche 911 SC

Experiences & illustrated practical advice from one man's home restoration

Porsche 911 SC
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Format: Hardback, 280 Pages
ISBN: 9781787114531
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Description

Have you longed to restore a classic Porsche 911, but were either overwhelmed by the scale of the task, or simply unsure of what was involved? This unique publication brings that experience to life, covering every detail of the loving restoration of a very special 1983 Porsche 911 SC Targa Sport. The car was originally a special order model for Sir Cliff Richard.

With the assistance of official Porsche illustrations and Porsche part numbers, the reader is led through the painstaking record of this journey by an enthusiast with an eye for detail and a determination to bring this car back to its former glory. High-quality images and drawings add a further unique perspective to each of the projects undertaken, showing that restoration of these sought-after cars is completely possible for a dedicated enthusiast.

Andrew Clusker has a wide experience in various generations of air-cooled Porsche 911, and recently had a car showcased at Porsche 70th birthday celebrations.
 

The author

Andrew Clusker was born in Edinburgh. After working in Dublin for ten years, he then moved back to Scotland, with his wife Mary. He is a Fellow of the Faculty of Actuaries, UK and also of the Society of Actuaries, Ireland. He enjoys travelling and recently took some time off to travel to Asia, then later combined his enthusiasm for travelling and classic Porsche cars by driving a Porsche 993 through Europe.

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Specs

Format: Hardback, 280 Pages
ISBN: 9781787114531
Illustrations: 567 color & b-w photos
Size: 9.84 in x 9.84 in / 249.94 mm x 249.94 mm
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