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Eric Williams Porsche 911 RS 2.4 by Richard Thompson Photography

I’ve featured work by Richard Thompson and have been a admirer of his work for years. It’s not often that he gets a photograph older cars that have been restored like this Porsche 911 RS 2.4. The beautiful gold colour of the car mixed in with…

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1969 Porsche 911 S Coupe – Bahama Yellow

This stunning 1969 Porsche 911 S coupe has been perfectly restored and is currently up for sale on ebay with starting bids of $100,000. This is the amazing classic Porsche, it’s been completely restored in 2010 and is an original black plate California car. The…

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Singer Porsche New York – Vintage Style with a Modern Heart

I’ve never been a fan of modern Porsche but vintage ones are stunning, here you get the best of both world’s. Meet the Singer Porsche New York, based on a classic 60’s 911 but with modern technology like upgraded brakes, modern engine and new sports…

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Porsche 911 2.2 T Targa – Mens’s Car Series by Laurent Nivalle

I’ll be honest, I don’t care much for modern Porsche but skip back 15 – 20 years and I love them. Ever since watching the brilliant Danish series The Bridge I was hooked on vintage Porsche with a sweet mid green 912 being the day to day…

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Beautiful Porsche 550 Spyder Photos by Additive Studios

Additive Studio’s have created something incredibly special, everything you see here has been virtually put together and render into one amazing set. These Porsche 550 Spyder Photos are actually a 3D model and not a photograph. Epic skills from the guys at Additive Studio’s have created a truly beautiful…

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A Thing Of Beauty, A 1952 Porsche 356 in Cape Town by Milan Josipovic

I’m going to keep this simple and say I don’t normally post pictures of cars or motorcycles with half dressed women draped over them. Don’t get me wrong I appreciate the female form and think there’s nothing better than beautiful women in cars, it’s just not what…

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