The most common answer to the question “How much do you think the Porsche 911 GT3 RS should cost?” is “A lot.”
But there’s another way to answer the question: How much do we know?
That’s the goal of this new book, “How Much Does the Porsche 917 GT3 R Cost?” by Matt Stiles and Matthew DeRosa.
They are the authors of the book, which debuted at the 2017 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance and the 2017 Amelia Island Concours de Spa-Francorchamps.
The book is a comprehensive look at how Porsche has sold nearly half a million vehicles worldwide, and they are the kind of people who are quick to share the latest information about the car.
They’re not necessarily experts in the industry, but they’re big fans of the brand, and their passion for the Porsche brand is obvious.
The authors explain the company’s origins and business strategy, and how it was founded by Walter Günther Porsche and his family in 1927.
It’s a book that’s sure to make your daughter, son-in-law, or niece want to buy a Porsche 911 RS.
(To be clear, this isn’t a definitive guide on how to purchase a Porsche, as there are lots of other books on the market.)
We spoke to the authors about the differences between Porsche and the other automaker, why the Porsche family’s name is a perfect fit for the brand and why the 911 has been a huge success for the automaker.
“We were always told we were going to be the Porsche that did it all,” Stiles said.
“That we would do it all.
We did that, and we did it well.”
That includes the fact that the Porsche is the company that created the first mass-produced roadster, the 911 RS, which is the car that has been used for decades as the ultimate sports car.
Porsche is also the only automaker to produce the 911 GT, which it released in 2012.
Porsche’s success is in large part thanks to the Porsche Mission E, the family-run car that’s been built to perfection for years, with a range of performance and fuel economy that rival the best on the planet.
“When we first started building the Mission E back in 1994, we knew that if we wanted to be able to sell a 911 GT or 911 RS in the United States, we needed to do something different,” Stile said.
The company wanted to make a supercar, and it chose the 911.
“If you look at the history of the Porsche business, it’s been a very long time since any other company in the world has been able to build a car with the 911’s specifications and design,” DeRososa said.
And that’s precisely what they did.
In fact, the only car that can match the GT’s performance and reliability are the ones produced by BMW and Porsche, and the latter has a reputation for making the most reliable vehicles in the business.
So it made sense to build the Porsche in the U.S. “I mean, we’re in a unique situation,” Stixes said.
This was a big reason why Porsche chose to build their factory in Wisconsin, a region that was historically very difficult to work in.
“It’s an area of Wisconsin that’s not often seen in the automotive industry, because you have to build things all the way from Wisconsin to Michigan, which was sort of unheard of,” Stils said.
So Stiles worked in the factory for years building parts for the 911, then got a job offer from the automaking company and started working there full-time.
“The factory here in Wisconsin is just phenomenal,” Stokes said.
Stiles, DeRoses, and Stiles’ co-author, St. Vincent, met at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where they studied mechanical engineering and worked together as students in the same lab.
The group’s interest in the car led to Stiles getting his master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the university and becoming an expert in the field.
“Our passion for this car was to build an amazing, iconic, beautiful car, so we had to work with great people who were also engineers, who knew the mechanics and were good at the factory,” Stays said.
There’s also a large Porsche factory in Sion, Switzerland.
The factory, which produces the 911 and GT models, is built to the same specifications and standards as the Porsche factory, Stiles added.
“They do the same thing here,” Stilings said.
If you want to know more about the history and design of the 911 model line, the authors explain why that’s so important.
The 911 is known for having the most extreme suspension, and its top speed is rated at around 100 mph.
It also has a supercharger, which creates superchargers for the engine.
This enables the