Porsche 911 Sales Brochures (2nd Generation – G Series)
Clearly going back this far, sales catalogs for Porsche cars are hard to find. When it comes to the Porsche 911, we managed to get our hands on quite a few sales brochures from the G-series model years.
1975 Porsche 911 2.7 Coupe/Targa USA Sales Brochure
Models: 911 S 2.7, 911 Carrera 2.7 USA-version (no Kugelfischer, not a “real Carrera”) / Published: 1975 / Language: English
The best way to buy a Porsche is to order it through your local Porsche dealer and then fly to Stuttgart, Germany, to pick up your car at the factory. That way, you’d see how your Porsche is built It would be quite an experience. Because you’d get a good insight into why Porsches are different from all other cars, And a better understanding of why a Porsche looks, feels and drives the way it does. If you wanted to watch your Porsche being built, you’d have to take a 9 day vacation. Because that’s how long it takes to build a Porsche. To make a Porsche the fine machine it is, we must work to much closer tolerances than you would find in an ordinary car. And working to this standard, we are able to produce only 65 cars each day. Which gives us the smallest output of any production automobile
“… we are able to produce only 65 cars each day. Which gives us the smallest output of any production automobile manufacturer. A record we’re proud of”
“You cannot, for example, buy a Porsche with zero mileage. Because every Porsche is taken for a test drive by our factory test drivers. It is driven for 30 kilometres…”
“It’s very easy to start driving a Porsche. It’s a lot harder to stop driving one.”