Stuttgart. Starting immediately, the Shop at the Porsche Museum of
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, offers selected birthday products on the occasion of the 100th birthday of Ferry Porsche, the son of company founder Ferdinand Porsche and the constructor of the first Porsche sports car, Type 356. One of these highlights is the book “Ferry Porsche 100 Years“ published by the Porsche Museum Edition as its third volume. On 200 pages, many photos and drawings from the Corporate Archive, some of which have never been published before, as well as personal quotes, offer the reader a new insight into the life of Ferry Porsche, who made the Company one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sports cars. The book is available in German and English at a price of Euro 12.90.
As a further token celebrating Ferry Porsche’s 100th birthday, the Museum Shop offers a placard to be fastened on the air intake grille of Porsche models. This Grille Badge is made of metal, measures approximately 95 millimetres (3.75“) in diameter, and costs Euro 24.90. The placard is also available as a Cloth Badge at Euro 4.50, for sewing on to garments. A set of high-quality postcards with historical Ferry Porsche motifs at Euro 2.90 rounds off the range of anniversary products.
Note: Images of the Porsche Museum and the Anniversary Products are available to accredited journalists in the Porsche Press Database at http://presse.porsche.de/.
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