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Porsche Info

The date that Porche was born was on June 8, 1948 although Ferdinand Porsche founded the company "Dr. Ing. h. c. F. Porsche GmbH" in 1931. The company's main offices were in in the centre of Stuttgart.

What the company initially did was to develop work and offer consulting services and they did not build any cars under their own brand. The first job that the company received was from the German government and this was to design a car for ordinary people and this resulted in the Volkswagen Beetle, which remains one of their most successful to this day. The Porsche 64 was developed in 1939 by using many of the components taken from the Beetle.

The Reutter Company In late 1949, based in Stuttgart, Germany gave the company the assignment to build 500 body works, this was to be for an adjusted model of the 356 which then became the classic 356 and was able to reach a top speed of 140 kph. This sold for DM 12.000. During this period in time Ferry Porsche sold in 1954 5.000 cars.

In 1953 the Porsche label badge was seen for the very first time and the year of 1959 saw the development of a brand new Porsche. 1963 unveiled the "Butzi" Porsche which was a prototype called 901; this was introduced at the IAA. However it wasn't until 1964 that it became available to customers.

At the end of 1964 Peugeot objected to the name 901 because they claimed it was patented. Porsche changed the name therefore to 911 and it was offered to both German and international markets for DM 21.900. The 911 was an air-cooled and rear-engine sports car. By 1964 the company had received a huge amount of success in the racing car world with models such as the 550 Spyder. The Porsche 912, from the 1960s.

When producing cars in the 1960's the team gave sequential numbers on every project that they worked on and most noticeable of all was that the 911 became Porsche's most iconic model and most successful on the race-track as well as being the most successful in terms of road car sales. The Porsche brand has mainly been defined by the 911 and this car still remains in production to this day. However this is with countless revisions over the years and there is not very much left of the original version.

A 912 model, based upon the 911 was also sold but this was with a 356-derived four-cylinder engine, and was therefore produced at a much lower cost to the customer.

The 911 really did become one of the world's biggest sports cars of its day and it is a true testament to the company that it is still being manufactured today. They also produced the 356 and together with this car really did lay the foundation of success. In April 1965 the last Porsche 356 left the factory and this was after 17 years of production.

Our breakers have quoted on 54 Porsche parts in the last 30 days. Popular requests during that time have been for replacement gearbox (manual), engine (petrol complete), bumper (rear), propshaft (full length) and bumper moulding (front driver side). Quotes have ranged from £35.00 for a Porsche Cayman 24v S catalytic converter to £500.00 for a Porsche Cayenne D Tiptronic S tailgate. There are currently 142628 Porsches left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for Porsche in 2017 were engine (petrol complete), bumper (front), engine (petrol bare), gearbox (manual) and headlight / headlamp (driver side).

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