Porsche: "Welcome to the Family" Documentary - A Preview with Jerry Seinfeld
Porsche and IFC have created a documentary titled "Welcome to the Family."
A 30 minute film that illustrates the passion 7 unique Porsche owners have
for their cars.
In this preview, Jerry Seinfeld explains his love for the brand and how he
became a Porsche owner and enthusiast.
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1960 Porsche 356B Cabriolet Restoration Process
During the restoration process the complete car was disassembled and
inspected. The body underwent a rotisserie restoration where it was
stripped to bare metal then the metal was fitted, primed, sealed, base
coat, clear coat painted, color sanded and buffed; new rubber seals and
hardware; replated chrome, replace trim, replace horn grills, replace deco
trim; restore convertible top bows and install new convertible top, new
boot for convertible top; new Exhaust
system; new 6 volt battery, restore instruments; 5 new tires and steel
wheels. The engine was rebuilt, all mechanical components were serviced,
rebuilt or replaced, including brake system, fuel system and electrical
system, including a new wire loom and brite work was re-chromed. Complete
with a new fitted interior with restored leather seats, all new panels and
fitted gray German carpet. A DVD of the restoration process and a Porsche
Certificate of Authenticity accompanies the car. This is a spectacular,
running, driving Porsche ready for shows!
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Porsche 356 Speedster Cut In Half Restoration by Albert Segatore
This 1957 Porsche Speedster was cut in half over 25 years ago by a previous
owner we assume for storage purposes. I restored all the metal on the car
including the floors, rocker panels, tunnel, torsion tubes, door panels,
trunk and engine lids. This car had virtually no rust and made a nice
Vintage! Porsche 911S | drive it!
The 911 is THE iconic sports car and the raspy note from its air-cooled
engine became its trademark.Two years after the 911 hit the showrooms,
Porsche came out with the even more powerful 911S. Under the hood was a 2
liter motor pumping out 160 PS. It was enough to take car and driver to a
top speed of over 220 km/h. The original design from 1963 was the work of
Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, who was just 28 years old at the time. The
car's timeless silhouette still catches the eye today and provides the
blueprint for all 911s that followed.
356 Barn Finds Somewhere in Switzerland
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