Synopses & Reviews
Porsche's front-engined four-cylinder cars introduced thousands of enthusiastic drivers to the joys of Porsche ownership. Here Michael Cotton delves deeply into the background of Porsche's 924, 944, and the ultimate derivative, the 968. Cotton's text embraces the cars' design, development, production history and competition achievements, together with important buying and ownership advice. Extensive appendices list technical specs, production milestones, and performance figures for each model range.
Beginning with the introduction of the 924 in 1976, this succession of front-engined, four-cylinder cars indoctrinated thousands of enthusiasts in the joys of Porsche ownership. This Collector's Guide examines and illustrates the design, production histories, and motorsport achievements of all three models, through the appearances of the 944 in 1983 and the relatively short-lived 968 in 1991. Extensive appendices list technical specs, production milestones, and performance figures for each model range. An ideal package for prospective buyers and Porsche enthusiasts, alike.