Porsche Classic has just reprinted over 700 original owner’s manuals and documentation


Is your classic Porsche 911, restored to the very last nut and bolt, missing the original driver’s manual and period correct documentation? A proper restoration isn’t quite complete till it doesn’t have each and everything like it originally rolled off the showroom. Well, Porsche has heard you and is ready to make your prized possession period perfect. Porsche has announced that over 700 owner’s manuals and other documents are now available for ordering. The reprint of the original documentation is for models spanning from the 1952 Porsche 356 to the 996 generation 911. All the 700 owner’s manuals are available in different language versions to suit either the car’s original sales market or its current location.


Porsche says that the new prints match the original in terms of look, quality and content to keep them period correct. The original documentation released by Porsche is not just about driver manuals but is a treasure trove of technical literature that includes “extensive technical information” along with setting instructions, warranty documents, maintenance booklets, and much more. The reprinted documents can be ordered through any Porsche dealership around the world, or through Porsche Classic’s online shop for anywhere between $70 and $150, depending on what you’re looking for. Porsche Classic is dedicated to keeping as many old Porsches up and running as possible and is doing a stunning job at it. It recently announced that the automaker will 3D-print certain difficult to find spare parts that are no longer in production.

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[via:Autoblog]