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1948 PORSCHE PARTS

1948 was defined by the Porsche 356 model. The Porsche 356 was the first sports car created by the company which was crafted to a high standard at this period in time.

1949 PORSCHE PARTS

The Porsche used a rear mounted enhanced Beetle engine and was established in the market for its dependability, comfort and handling. It was light weight that allowed for performance, great off-road capabilities and a powerful engine with great gas mileage.

1950 PORSCHE PARTS

1950 was defined by the Porsche 356 model. The Porsche 356 was the first sports car created by the company which was crafted to a high standard at this period in time.

1951 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1951 Porsche introduced its 550 engine, for use in the 550 race car. This was yet another flat-4 engine and was one of Porsche's all time success stories on the racing circuit.

1952 PORSCHE PARTS

1952 was defined by the Porsche 356 model. Most modern cars are fitted with a synchronized gear box from factory. This modern style cone system was developed by Porsche and introduced in the 1952 Porsche 356.

1953 PORSCHE PARTS

1953 was defined by the Porsche 356 and 550 Spyder model. The 550 Spyder model was designed for racing and was low to the ground.

1954 PORSCHE PARTS

The 356 model used a rear mounted enhanced Beetle engine and was established in the market for its dependability, comfort and handling. A new version of the 356 called the Speedster model was introduced to allow for a more affordable means to purchase a Porsche.

1955 PORSCHE PARTS

1955 was defined by the Porsche 356 and 550 Spyder model. The 550 Spyder model was designed for racing and was low to the ground. The 356 model now had a Porsche engine called the Carrera for an additional cost.

1956 PORSCHE PARTS

The 356 model now had a Porsche engine called the Carrera for an additional cost which reached up to a 100 horsepower. Also the 356 model came with a Plexiglas windshield; body panels crafted from alloy for reduced weight and increased fuel capacity.

1957 PORSCHE PARTS

1957 was defined by the Porsche 356 and 550 Spyder model. The 550 Spyder model was designed for racing and was low to the ground.

1958 PORSCHE PARTS

1958 was defined by the Porsche 356 model. The four-cam Carrera motor was available in GS Speedster, Cabriolet, and coupe models.

1959 PORSCHE PARTS

The Convertible D was replaced with Roadster and was given a new body style. Also the 356 model came with a Plexiglas windshield; body panels crafted from alloy for reduced weight.

1960 PORSCHE PARTS

The 365B had an available Super 90 engine offered as an additional option. The Convertible D was replaced with Roadster and was given a new body style.

1961 PORSCHE PARTS

The four-cam Carrera motor was available in GS Speedster, Cabriolet, and coupe models. The 365B had an available Super 90 engine offered as a standard option.

1962 PORSCHE PARTS

1962 was defined by the Porsche 356 model. The four-cam Carrera motor was available in GS Speedster, Cabriolet, and coupe models.

1963 PORSCHE PARTS

The 365B had an upgrade for the Super 90 engine as well as the body style. Additionally the back-seats were shortened this year and called Type 901.

1964 PORSCHE PARTS

1964 was defined by the Porsche 356 and 911 models. The new 911 had a 2.0 liter 130 horsepower 6 cylinder engine that allowed for increased performance.

1965 PORSCHE PARTS

The new 911 had a 2.0 liter 148 horsepower 6 cylinder engine that allowed for increased performance with twin carburetors. The 911 with a top speed of 134mph was a huge success for Porsche as the 356 model was declining in sales throughout the United States.

1966 PORSCHE PARTS

1966 was defined by the Porsche 911 and 912 models. The 911 had an additional option to have a removable roof other than that there were no differences from the previous year.

1967 PORSCHE PARTS

The 911 had a 2.0 liter 160 horsepower 6 cylinder engine that allowed for increased performance with a Sportomatic semi-automatic transmission. The 911 had an additional option to have a removable roof for the Targa.

1968 PORSCHE PARTS

The 911 was considered a high performance with a Sportomatic semi-automatic transmission and new emissions equipment. The 911 decreased in weight and widened wheels were the small additions added to this year.

1969 PORSCHE PARTS

1969 was defined by the Porsche 911, 912, 914 and 917 models. The 911 decreased in weight and widened wheels that enhance the weight distribution.

1970 PORSCHE PARTS

The 1970 911 Porsche was similar to the 1969 in terms of styling and performance, and the 911 ST was produced in limited numbers for racing use.

1971 PORSCHE PARTS

The 1971 911 Porsche was similar to the 1970 in terms of styling and performance, and the 911 ST was produced in limited numbers for racing use for its 2nd and last year.

1972 PORSCHE PARTS

The Porsche 914/916 variant was planned to launch in 1972 but the project was canceled due to slow sales and rising costs. The 1972 911 model years consisted of the entry level T, the midrange E and the top of the line S.

1973 PORSCHE PARTS

The 1973 911 model years consisted of the entry level T, the midrange E and the top of the line S. However, all models got a new, larger 2,341 cc engine which was universally known as the 2.4L engine.

1974 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1974, Porsche produced a series of Limited Edition 914 cars for the North American market to commemorate Porsche's victories in the Can Am racing series, and were equipped with unique color schemes, Creamsicle and Bumblebee, and came standard with otherwise optional equipment.

1975 PORSCHE PARTS

The Porsche 914 was a mid-engined, targa-topped two-seat roadster designed, manufactured and marketed collaboratively by Volkswagen and Porsche in 1975 which would be its 2nd to last year of production.

1976 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1976 the Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 brought together elements from two of Porsche’s most legendary cars. It represented the the Porsche Carrera, originally introduced to the 911 series as the classic 2.7 litre RS, and the Carrera 3′s engine used the same aluminium crank-case as its cousin, the Porsche 930.

1977 PORSCHE PARTS

1977 was the 2nd year of production for the Porsche 924, a sports car which replaced the 914 as the company's entry-level model, and was the model that finally retired the 912.

1978 PORSCHE PARTS

Starting in 1978, the new 3.0 L 911 SC was now the basic 911 model. Porsche made small improvements to the 924 each model year between 1977 and 1985, but nothing major was changed on non-turbo cars.

1979 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1979, the Porsche 928 was in its 2nd year of productuion the 928 has the distinction of being the company's only coupe powered by a front-mounted V8 engine, and the company's first mass-produced V8 powered model.

1980 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1980, the Porsceh 924 was the first generation 911 to be offered with Porsche's optional Tiptronic automatic transmission and all wheel drive as options.

1981 PORSCHE PARTS

Porsche offered a Flachbau 930 under the special order program beginning in 1981, an otherwise normal 930 with a 935-style slantnose instead of the normal 911 front end. Each Flachbau unit was handcrafted by remodeling the front fenders.

1982 PORSCHE PARTS

The Porsche 944 was introduced as a sports car built by Porsche in 1982, it was built on the same platform as the 924 and was available as both a coupé and cabriolet in naturally aspirated and turbocharged forms.

1983 PORSCHE PARTS

The Porsche 944 was produced for its 2nd year as a sports car built by Porsche in 1983, the 944 was built on the same platform as the 924 and was available as both a coupé and cabriolet in naturally aspirated and turbocharged forms.

1984 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1984, Car and Driver named the 944 the Best Handling Production Car in America Production. Also production of the 924 Turbo ceased in 1982 except for the Italian market which lasted until 1984.

1985 PORSCHE PARTS

Porsche made small improvements to the 924 each model year between 1977 and 1985, but nothing major was changed on non-turbo cars.

1986 PORSCHE PARTS

The Porsche 959 was a sports car manufactured by Porsche from 1986 to 1989, first as a Group B rally car and later as a legal production car; when it was introduced the twin-turbocharged 959 was the world's fastest street-legal production car, boasting a top speed of 195 miles per hour.

1987 PORSCHE PARTS

The Porsche's 944 model was updated as 944S in 1987 as a rebranding maneuver. Porsche 928's also recieved a styling update with the front spoiler integrating into the nose and the rear spoiler becaming a separated wing rather than an integrated piece, with side skirts also being added.

1988 PORSCHE PARTS

The Porsche 930 was a sports car built by Porsche between 1975 and 1989, known to the public as the 911 Turbo. It was at the time of its introduction the fastest production car available in Germany and was in its 2nd to last year of production.

1989 PORSCHE PARTS

In late 1989, the Porsche 911 underwent a major evolution, with the introduction of the Porsche 964. The Porsche 959 was a sports car manufactured by Porsche from 1986 to 1989.

1990 PORSCHE PARTS

As of 1990 the Porsche 928 S4 was no longer available with a manual gearbox. The Porsche 930, or 911 Turbo, was replaced in 1990 with a 964 version featuring the same 3.3 L engine.

1991 PORSCHE PARTS

1991 would be the last year Porsche produced the 944 which would be succeded by the Porsche 968. Also the Porsche 964 would be produced for its 3rd year and featured significant styling revisions over previous 911 models

1992 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1992 Porsche was offering the 911 and 968 models for purchase. The 968 (911) debuted this year bringing what was supposed to a simple revamp into a model that was 80% new.

1993 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1993 Porsche was offering the 911 and 968 models for purchase. 1993 was the debut of the Porsche 968 Clubsport. This Porsche was designed to be track-oriented and stripped the car of many of the optional luxury features.

1994 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1994 Porsche was offering the 911, 928 GTS and 968 models for purchase. 1994 saw the Porsche 928 GTS gain a dynamic kick down for the automatic transmissions, and a cabin pollen filter which was added for comfort.

1995 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1995 Porsche was offering the 911, 928 GTS and 968 models for purchase. 1995 saw a Porsche 968 Sport Model being offered, the car brought back many of the features stripped for the Clubsport.

1996 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1996 Porsche was offering the 911 and Boxster models for purchase. 1996 saw the debut of the Porsche Boxster, the car was a two seater middle engine roadster and featured a 2.5L 6 cylinder engine.

1997 PORSCHE PARTS

In 1997 Porsche was offering the 911 and Boxster models for purchase. 1997 marked the last year that the Porsche Carrera Coupe and Cabriolet were produced and were not replaced.

1998 PORSCHE PARTS

1998 marked the end of a generation for Porsche, after this year air-cooled 911 Porsches were never produced again. The manufacturing moved to a water cooled system and marked the first significant change in this process in over 50 years.

1999 PORSCHE PARTS

1999 was a watershed year for Porsche, the 996 debuted and it changed nearly everything about the 911. Gone was the air cooled engine, it was instead replaced with a water cooled one that helped the car stay within noise regulations and gain more power.

2000 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2000 Porsche was offering the 911 and Boxster models for purchase. In 2000 the 996(911) Turbo debuted offering further power in the 996. Equipped with four wheel drive and a dual turbocharged and intercooled flat-six engine the 996 turbo could produce 420 BHP.

2001 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2001 the 996(911) gained four horsepower to bump it up to 300. The 2001 Carrera 4 was also the last narrow body all-wheel drive 911 that Porsche produced.

2002 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2002 Porsche shocked everyone by going into the SUV market. Anticipation was mixed but Porsche delivered on all fronts. The Cayenne was one powerful SUV, coming standard with a 3.2L VR6 Engine that got 250HP.

2003 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2003 the 986(Boxster) got some minor changes to appearance. The rear window was now glass and smaller too. A glove box was added to the interior along with a hood and trunk release.

2004 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2004 a special edition of the 996(911) was made to celebrate 40 years of the 911. Featuring an X51 power kit, limited slip differential, turbo radiators, sport suspension and seats, a silver exterior and a grey interior, Porsche only made 1963 units of the car.

2005 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2005 the 987(Boxster) was introduced changing the style of the 986 subtlety. The headlights changed to be more comparable to the Carrera and the vent sides were larger featuring horizontal slats.

2006 PORSCHE PARTS

In the 2006 the Porsche Cayman arrived on the scene, offering a middle ground between the Boxster and the 911. Featuring a 3.4L flat-six boxer engine the Cayman was stylistically close to the 550 Coupe and the 904.

2007 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2007 the GT2 997(911) was released to the public. Featuring a twin-turbo charged 3.6L 6-Cylinder Engine the GT2 was the most powerful Porsche ever sold to the public.

2008 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2008 the 997(911) second generation began, the new model had a revised suspension and front bumper with larger air intakes, new headlights with had optional HID projectors.

2009 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2009 the Porsche Panamera S was introduced, featuring a V8 4.8L 500HP direct injection engine and a variable intake camshaft adjustable with a Vairocam Plus valve lift.

2010 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2010 Porsche was offering the 911, Cayenne, Cayman, Panamera and Boxster models for purchase. In 2010 the Porsche Panamera (base) and Panamera 4 were added to the line, these two featured a smaller 3.6L 300HP engine.

2011 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2011 the Panamera S Hybrid, Diesel, Turbo S and GTS were all added to the Panamera line. The hybrid featured a 3L V6 engine that could produce 328 HP that only produced 195 grams of carbon dioxide per kilometer.

2012 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2012 the 997 (911) was replaced by the 991. This new model features a similar engine to the Carrera S but the horse power to 395 HP, the car also came with electronic parking brakes and 20 inch wheels.

2013 PORSCHE PARTS

In 2013 Porsche was offering the 911, Cayenne, Cayman, Panamera and Boxster models for purchase. 2013 saw a new facelift for the Panamera line, new front and rear bumpers can help identify a modern Panamera.

2014 PORSCHE PARTS

2014 saw the introduction of the Porsche Macan, a compact SUV a 3L 335 HP V6 engine. The SUV comes with a 7-speed dual clutch gearbox.

 

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