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GT Porsche Magazine October '13 Back Issue

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56 Reviews   •  English   •   Aviation & Transport (Automotive)
Here it is then, our first drive of the 991 GT3, the first all-new GT3 for 14 years. Is it any good? That would be telling, you will need to read Adam Towler’s review to discover if a new 3.8-litre engine, electric power steering and a PDK gearbox have muted the über-911.
In the October issue of GT Porsche we also take a look back at the GT3 timeline, compare the original water-cooled 911 with the latest and name our top five 911s from the last 50 years. We also get back behind the wheel of the Carrera GT as it celebrates its tenth anniversary and take a look at Porsche’s other Carrera GT, the 924.
Of course, the new issue of GT Porsche is also packed with the regular greats such as our columns, News – including an exclusive test of Michelin’s new Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyre, Market Place, which this month investigates Porsche original car the 356.
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October '13 Here it is then, our first drive of the 991 GT3, the first all-new GT3 for 14 years. Is it any good? That would be telling, you will need to read Adam Towler’s review to discover if a new 3.8-litre engine, electric power steering and a PDK gearbox have muted the über-911. In the October issue of GT Porsche we also take a look back at the GT3 timeline, compare the original water-cooled 911 with the latest and name our top five 911s from the last 50 years. We also get back behind the wheel of the Carrera GT as it celebrates its tenth anniversary and take a look at Porsche’s other Carrera GT, the 924. Of course, the new issue of GT Porsche is also packed with the regular greats such as our columns, News – including an exclusive test of Michelin’s new Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyre, Market Place, which this month investigates Porsche original car the 356.


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Here it is then, our first drive of the 991 GT3, the first all-new GT3 for 14 years. Is it any good? That would be telling, you will need to read Adam Towler’s review to discover if a new 3.8-litre engine, electric power steering and a PDK gearbox have muted the über-911.
In the October issue of GT Porsche we also take a look back at the GT3 timeline, compare the original water-cooled 911 with the latest and name our top five 911s from the last 50 years. We also get back behind the wheel of the Carrera GT as it celebrates its tenth anniversary and take a look at Porsche’s other Carrera GT, the 924.
Of course, the new issue of GT Porsche is also packed with the regular greats such as our columns, News – including an exclusive test of Michelin’s new Pilot Sport Cup 2 tyre, Market Place, which this month investigates Porsche original car the 356.
read more read less
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