In 1952, 13 Porsche drivers founded the world’s first Porsche Clubs in Germany. Today, the number of proud members exceeds 181,000, and until August 26th, the Porsche Museum is putting on a special exhibition to mark this 60th anniversary.
Twelve collector's cars, rare photographs as well as personal documents from club members are on display, along with a fully restored 1973 911 T Coupé that was raffled among American Club members last year.
Porsche obviously seized the opportunity to showcase the all-new 911, not to mention a special edition called Club Coupe. Boasting a 430-horsepower engine and 20'' SportTechno wheels that match the ''Brewster Green'' paintwork, this exclusive model features a decorative trim with lettering individually created for each customer as well as illuminated door sills bearing the model designation and anniversary logo.
Only Porsche Club members can register for the right to purchase one of the twelve units available worldwide.