Porsche 356 handbuch


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Represents the "S sport cars " market segment. The car was offered with fastback coupe, convertible, speedster roadster, roadster body shapes between the years and Cars were equipped with range of engines of - cc The list of submodels:. Porsche America Cars belonging to Porsche America submodel, manufactured or offered in the years with roadster body type, equipped with engines of cc Porsche Cabriolet Cars belonging to Porsche Cabriolet submodel, manufactured or offered in the years with convertible body type, equipped with engines of - cc Porsche Coupe Cars belonging to Porsche Coupe submodel, manufactured or offered in the years with fastback coupe body type, equipped with engines of - cc Porsche Speedster Cars belonging to Porsche Speedster submodel, manufactured or offered in the years with roadster body type, equipped with engines of - cc Back to catalogue of car manufacturers Analogous contemporary models:.

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The Porsche is a sports car that was first produced by Austrian company Porsche Konstruktionen GesmbH —and then by German company Dr. Porsche GmbH — It was Porsche's first production automobile. Earlier cars designed by the Austrian company include Cisitalia Grand Prix race carthe Volkswagen Beetleand Auto Union Grand Prix cars. Engineering innovations continued during the years of manufacture, contributing to its motorsports success and popularity.

Production started in at GmündAustria, where Porsche built approximately 50 cars. In the factory relocated to ZuffenhausenGermany, and general production of the continued until Aprilwell after the replacement model made its autumn debut. Of the 76, originally produced, approximately half survive. Prior to World War II Porsche designed and built three Type 64 cars for a Berlin-to-Rome race that was cancelled. In the mid-engine[3] tubular chassis prototype called " No. This led to some debate as to the "first" Porsche automobile.

Although the original Porsche unit had a rear-mid engine placement, the rear-engined is considered by Porsche to be its first production model. The was created by Ferdinand "Ferry" Porsche son of Ferdinand Porsche, founder of the German companywho founded the Austrian company with his sister, Louise.

Like its cousin, the Volkswagen Beetle which Ferdinand Porsche Sr. The chassis was a completely new design, as was the 's body, designed by Porsche employee Erwin Komenda. At the same time, certain mechanical components, including the engine case and some suspension components, were based on and initially sourced from Volkswagen. Ferry Porsche described the thinking behind the development of the in an interview with the editor of "Panorama", the PCA magazine, in September I had always driven very speedy cars.

I had an Alfa Romeo, also a BMW, and others. By the end of the war, I had a Volkswagen Cabriolet with a supercharged engine, and that was the basic idea. I saw that if you had enough power in a small car, it is nicer to drive than if you have a big car which is also overpowered. And it is more fun. On this basic idea, we started the first Porsche prototype. To make the car lighter, to have an engine with more horsepower…that was the first two-seater that we built in Carinthia Gmünd ".

The first was road certified in Austria on June 8,and was entered in a race in Innsbruck, where it won its class. Volkswagen and Porsche shared fewer parts as the s progressed. Porsche handcrafted the early automobile bodies at Gmünd in aluminum, but when production moved to Zuffenhausen, Germany, inmodels produced there were steel-bodied. The aluminum-bodied cars from that very small company are what are now referred to as "prototypes".

Porsche contracted Reutter to build the steel bodies and eventually bought the Reutter company in Little noticed at its inception, mostly by a small number of auto racing enthusiasts, the first s sold primarily in Austria and Germany.

It took Porsche two years, starting with the first prototype into manufacture the first 50 automobiles. By the early s the had gained some renown among enthusiasts on both sides of the Atlantic for its aerodynamics, handling, and excellent build quality. The class win at Le Mans in was a factor. They introduced the four-cam racing " Carrera " engine, a totally new design and unique to Porsche sports cars, in late Increasing success with its racing and road cars brought Porsche orders for over 10, units inand by the time production ended in approximately 76, had been produced.

To distinguish among the major revisions of the model, s are generally classified into a few major groups. The A was the first road going Porsche to offer the Carrera four-cam engine as an option. Although the used numerous components, Porsche did not intend for the to replace the When the decision was made to replace thethe later was the road car designed to carry the Porsche name forward.

In late the split windscreen was replaced by a slightly V-shaped, single windshield, which fit into the same shape opening. In late Max Hoffmanthe sole US importer of Porsches, convinced Porsche to build a stripped down roadster version with minimal equipment and a cut-down windscreen. Ford, makers of the Lincoln Continentalsued. Forthe equivalent version was briefly sold as the "European".

Its internal factory designation, "Type 1", gave rise to its nickname "T1" among enthusiasts. In the US 1, early s had been badged as the "Continental" and then a further from autumn to January as an even rarer T1 "European" variant after which it reverted to its numerical designation. Production of the Speedster peaked at 1, cars in and then started to decline. Porsche did not draw attention to these quite visible changes, inially keeping the same model designation.

However, when the T6 got disc brakes, with no other visible alterations, they called it the model C, or the SC when it had the optional, more powerful engine. The production run T5 was essentially a cabriolet body with the optional steel cabriolet hardtop welded in place. Both years of these models have taken the name "Karmann notchback". Production of the peaked at 14, cars inthe year that its successor, the newwas introduced to the US market it was introduced slightly earlier in Europe.

The last ten s cabriolets were assembled for the Dutch police force in March as models. In Studebaker contacted Porsche to develop a new engine, but they developed an entire car that was a four-seat version of the Over time a variety of other styles appeared, including roadster, convertible, cabriolet, and a very rare split-roof. The basic design of the remained the same throughout the end of its lifespan inwith evolutionary, functional improvements rather than annual superficial styling changes.

The car was built of a unibody construction, making restoration difficult for cars that were kept in rust-prone climates. One of the most desirable collector models is the "Speedster", introduced in late after Max Hoffman advised the company that a lower-cost, somewhat spartan open-top version could sell well in the American market.

With its low, raked windscreen which could be removed for weekend racingbucket seats and minimal folding top, the Speedster was an instant hit, especially in Southern California. It was replaced in late by the "convertible D" model.

Porsche designers decided to build the 's air-cooled pushrod OHV flat-four around the engine case they had originally designed for the Volkswagen Beetle. They added new cylinder heads, camshaft, crankshaft, intake and exhaust manifolds and used dual carburetors to more than double the VW's horsepower. The has always been popular with the motor press.

Thousands of owners worldwide maintain the tradition, preserving their cars and driving them regularly. The U. Several companies build near-exact replicas from the ground up, fabricating turn-key cars to the buyer's exact specifications. The Porscheclose to stock or highly modified, has enjoyed much success in rallying and car racing events.

At the Le Mans 24 Hours, Porsche was the first and only German manufacturer to compete. Porsche fielded the SL Sport Light "Gmünd-Coupe" with its streamlined aluminum body and covered wheels. The debut was a huge success: Veuillet and his friend Edmond Mouche won the class to cc and received the flag as 20th overall.

Several Porsche s were stripped down in weight, and were modified in order to have better performance and handling for these races. Numberthe first Carrera ever produced a modified 3 May, exemplar owned by Porsche engineer Reinhard Schmidt as first ownerwas analyzed in February by Quattroruote 's subsidiary Ruoteclassiche.

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