Delius Klasing - Porsche Garagen

Zusammenfassung

  • Typ 
    Books & Magazines
  • Landesspezifische Mehrwertsteuer 
    DE
  • Baujahr 
    10/2020
  • Standort

Beschreibung

Porsche collectors and their garages
Porsche stands for a special passion between driver and vehicle. A garage with a Porsche is therefore more than just a garage. It is a museum, exhibition space and retreat, a place of passion and love for sports cars. This special way of life is reflected in this unique illustrated book: "Porsche Garages" visits some of the biggest Porsche fans all over the world and offers unique insights into their sacred halls on more than 270 pages:
• More than 20 stories of passionate Porsche enthusiasts
• Renowned Porsche collectors like Robby Naish, Hartmut Esslinger, Patrick Long and Hans-Peter Porsche
• Rare Porsche models from more than 70 years of brand history
• The Porsche Community worldwide: Stories from Germany, England, USA, Chile, South Africa, France, Kuwait and India
• Exclusive colour photos and high-quality design
Among the well-tended and well-kept collector's items are production vehicles as well as Porsche vintage cars. Selected individual cars are lovingly presented, opulent collections impressively staged. Always included in the portrait: the people behind the garage treasure.
Porsche drivers in their element
"Porsche Garages” demonstrates: Special Porsche models and exciting people make a good story. Whether celebrity or passionate enthusiast, all Porsche collectors give very personal insights into their garages. The result is a multi-faceted collection, compiled with great sensitivity and attention to detail by the editors of the Porsche magazine Christophorus and Porsche Klassik. The impressive pictures are supplemented by informative articles on the topics of Porsche restoration, passion for collecting and value development. A very special illustrated book in which many car lovers and Porsche fans will recognise themselves!
Text in English.
272 pages / format 29 x 29 cm / hardcover / ISBN: 978-3-667-11698-7