The clue is in the sub-title, The Complete History of Types and Models, as this three-set volume will provide the reader with a convenient, in-depth coverage of all road-going and racing models. While that price may sound a bit steep, considering the scope and depth of content, you are likely to spend considerably more than that buying a collection of individual books to cover all there is in this set.
Book 1 covers the rear-engined Porsches and racing derivatives (356 and 911 models), while Book 2 caters for the mid- and front-engined models (914 and derivatives, transaxle 924/928/944/968, Cayenne, Cayman, and Carrera GT models). Book 3 covers all race cars from the Glöckler cars right up to the RS Spyder of 2005, including the Indy car, Kremer CK5, Formula 1 V12 engine, and everything else in between.
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