Porsche Has Reissued All Of Its Classic Car Owner’s Manuals From 1952 Onward

Porsche Classic has reprinted more than 700 original driver’s manuals, providing first-hand documentation for pretty much every early model with a Porsche badge.

The reprinted driver’s manuals start with the 356 from model year 1952 and go all the way to the Porsche 911/996. Customers can find these manuals on all Porsche dealerships worldwide and on the Porsche Classic online shop.

In addition, Porsche Classic has made available for order a selection of technical literature from its online shop. These documents include extensive technical information, settings and practical tips, ranging from the radio unit to paint data and engine numbers.

Things like dimensions, tolerances, settings for the engine and chassis, as well as body dimensions are all available to owners of classic and older Porsche vehicles, with all identification details and their position illustrated and described in detail .

Over time, the original booklets are worn or most likely lost, that’s why Porsche Classic had started digitizing their archive a few years ago. Each reprint matches the original version in terms of printing, look and quality.

Porsche Classic’s manuals include editions in various languages and in some cases for different model variants. The reprinted booklet range also includes more than 100 warranty and maintenance booklets, as well as vehicle wallets that are true to the original.

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