Ferdinand Alexander Porsche, A Retrospective

04.09.2012

ART & DESIGN

Ferdinand Alexander Porsche is credited as the designer of the iconic sports car, the original 1964 Porsche 911. He created both the drawings and model for the two-door rear-engine car. The 911 was revealed at the 1963 Frankfurt Motor Show, and was originally to be called the 901. Porsche, known as F.A, who was 27-years old at the time. Here, Life+Times takes a look back at some of the most influential models from the late Mr. Porsche.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/DopeRose Spin Lasko

    Alex iz tite !

  • http://www.facebook.com/DopeRose Spin Lasko

    Alexis is tite ! R.i>P

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Timothy-Roberts/645798364 Timothy Roberts

    You left out “Why” the porsche 901 was changed to the 911…
    Peugeot had trademarked all car names with a “0″ in the middle. This was not realized until after the car was first publicized.

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