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Porsche 924

Porsche was founded in 1931 by Ferdinand Porsche, an Austro-Hungarian engineer born in Maffersdorf, Austria-Hungary (today Vratislavice, Czech Republic). Porsche are also known as the designers of the first Volkswagen, but Béla Barényi is also credited with having conceived the basic design five years earlier.

In 1964, after some success in motor-racing, namely with the Porsche 550 Spyder, the company launched the Porsche 911 (its most famous product) another air-cooled, rear-engined sports car, this time with a 6-cylinder "boxer" engine. The team to lay out the body shell design was led by Ferry Porsche's eldest son, Ferdinand Alexander Porsche (F. A.). The design phase for the 911 caused internal problems with Erwin Komenda who led the body design department until then. F. A. Porsche complained Komenda made changes to the design not being approved by him. Company leader Ferry Porsche took his son's drawings to neighbouring body shell manufacturer Reuter bringing the design to the 1963 state. Reuter's workshop was later acquired by Porsche (so-called Werk II). Afterward Reuter became a seat manufacturer, today known as Keiper-Recaro. 

I have added these pages to Classic Cars Online to allow any Porsche 924 owners or enthusiasts a quick and easy reference and a place to share pictures of Porsche 924 's. Technical specifications are also listed on this page as are Porsche 924 's for sale, Porsche 924 spare parts and Porsche 924 books and memorabilia. This page will be updated and improved on an ongoing basis with more Porsche 924 information.

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