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      01-09-2013, 05:06 PM   #23
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I need to go there!!! Such a famous Museum

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Porsche is my second home next to the BMW Welt. I have been so lucky to have visited these two great museums. In going thru some of my old photos... I thought I'd share some better pics of the Porsche Museum.


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comar1979 recently visited the Porsche Museum. Here are his photos...

http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=834394
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a cool video on the Porsche Museum...

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The last picture of the 997 on the first post was the Sport Classic.... one of my all-time favorite Porsche. Every detail is perfect on that package

Thanks for posting all those great photo's
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The last picture of the 997 on the first post was the Sport Classic.... one of my all-time favorite Porsche. Every detail is perfect on that package

Thanks for posting all those great photo's
Yes, on of my all time favorite Porsche's too.

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I never tire of visiting Porsche AG(now SE) and the Museum.
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Yes, on of my all time favorite Porsche's too.
I wonder if the 3.8l from the 997.2 would fit in there with that trunk lid...
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I wonder if the 3.8l from the 997.2 would fit in there with that trunk lid...
Only ONE way to find out!
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Huge Porsche FAN! love to see this one day!
Favorit Porsche has to be the 1997 GT1
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Fantastic!! Thanks for sharing
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I've had the privilege to visit both the new Porsche Museum in Stuttgart and BMW Museum last November..I have to say from a visual and history stand point, the BMW Museum was much better than Porsche. The factory tour, however, was a definitely one of the coolest experience for any Porsche enthusiast. I really want to make it back next year for the other museums, more specifically the Mercedes-Benz museum.
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Exclamation New display of secret prototype Porsche's on display...

The Porsche Museum has a new display of ultra secret prototypes from their secret vault. This looks to be an awesome time to go check out the p-museum.



http://www.porsche.com/museum/en/ausstellung/


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Looks very cool Dack! Of course you know we'll be relying on you to post pics!

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I've been to meilewerk Berlin (which was also nice), but Stuttgart is bigger I think?

Maybe I should be planning a Stuttgart weekend, lots to see in Stuttgart on automotive stuff obviously

Yes, lots of cool places to visit in Stuttgart of Automotive fame. Here are a few off the top of my head...



Porsche Museum and Factory in Zuffenhausen
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Porscheplatz 1
70435 Stuttgart

www.porsche.com/museum/en/

Porsche Museum (left) Porsche Zentrum (straight ahead)...
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Porsche Zentrum Stuttgart (across the street from the Museum) they also sell ALL the Porsche Design "stuff" plus there are many Museum cars on display inside this factory run dealership.


Porsche Werk 1
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And this is what it looks like today...
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Porsche Werk 1 (the first offices of Porsche KG after WWII. Later on Porsche's Race Dept was located here. Today its home for Porsche Exclusive and a VIP service and parts dept. Last time I was inside here... I saw SEVEN 959's... two with US plates(!) being serviced!!! You can always try your luck with the Porsche Gate Gaurd... tell them you need to go inside to order some parts for your Porsche... most of the time he will let you inside!



Porsche's Family Estate... (Ferry Porsche in pic)
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The house today...
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Peter Porsche(I think?)
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Porsche's Family Estate -it's not open to the public but one car drive by it! I think Ursula Porsche still lives there. This is where Ferdinand and Ferry built the first few Beetle(KdF) Volkswagens at for Hitler's people's car program.

Porsche Family Haus
Feuerbacher Weg 48 - 50
Stuttgart
https://www.google.de/maps/place/Feu...c699cf15?hl=en


Speaking of the Porsche Race Dept... the famous picture of all 25 prototype 917's lined up for FIA inspection. In order for Porsche to race at LeMans, Porsche built 25 race cars for sale to anyone who wanted one(or could afford one and knew about them!)... Ferrari cried foul bc there was no way Ferrari could built a series of 25 cars in order to run a homologated race car series.
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Today you can STILL drive by this spot and see MANY Porsche's parked on the left side - ready for export to all over the world. Some things never change. Look a little bit up to where this Google "pin" is located. There you will see this parking lot.
https://www.google.de/maps/place/Ade...3210cdac?hl=en


MB Museum in Unterturkheim...
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MB Factory in Unterturkheim

Mercedes-Benz Museum
Mercedesstraße 100
70372 Stuttgart

http://www.mercedes-benz.com/en/merc...ssic-overview/


Mercedes-Benz Classic Center...
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Stuttgarter Straße 90
70736 Fellbach

Telefon: +49 (0)711 173 00 00
Fax: +49 (0)711 173 04 00
classic@daimler.com
www.mercedes-benz-classic.com



AMG GmbH in Affalterbach...
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Mercedes-AMG GmbH
Daimlerstraße 1
71563 Affalterbach

www.mercedes-amg.com


MB in Sindelfingen...
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Mercedes-Benz Kundencenter Sindelfingen
Käsbrünnlestraße
71063 Sindelfingen

http://www.mercedes-benz.de/content/.../offering.html



Porsche Reutter werk...


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Ferry Porsche inside the Reutter werk. ~1965
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Reutter Werk today, just to the right of that Yellow truck. The building is a state landmark, so Porsche can not tear it down. Instead, underneath it Porsche has a huge underground storage and rail system that moves sub assemblies from one factory(werk) to another among the sprawling Porsche Werks. A little trivia... The Reutter Werk building was last used for 928S4 and GTS production. Then the Audi RS2 and MB 500E's were built here in the mid to late 90's. Then Porsche converted the factory to a parts depot.
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356 Made by Hand... video - a small docu film made by PCA members(at that time) going on ED to pick up their 356's!! Before there was even an official ED program! How cool was THAT! A very cool film, one of my favorites.






KdF Wagen or Volkswagen(peoples car), later nicknamed the Beetle.
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I was just there in Tuesday, along with the Mercedes museum. Both are fabulous, but I could not help but to put the exhaust in sport mode and hit the throttle a few times in the garage.

In the Porsche museum, there is a great 959 exhibit, with prototypes and one off models of those cars. Gorgeous!
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...and you now convinced me to go to the Automuseum Prototyp in Hamburg today.
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...and you now convinced me to go to the Automuseum Prototyp in Hamburg today.
The Prototyp Museum in Hamburg is VERY NICE!! Small but nice! Lots of early Porsche's. It's one of my favorite privately owned museums in Germany.

http://www.prototyp-hamburg.de/


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On your way back South... you really should stop by the PS Speicher (museum)... The PS Speicher has something like over 400 vehicles(no Porsche's, but lots of weird German cars and bikes), mostly motorcycles though(East and West German!), but it's a GREAT museum! Four floors of automotive heaven. One of the largest and most modern museums, that I've been too. I am planning on a writeup as we speak. Trust me, you won't be sorry you took the time to visit the place. Its near Göttingen on the A7 Autobahn.


PS.SPEICHER
Tiedexer Tor 3
37574 Einbeck

https://ps-speicher.de/en/index.php


We tour the new PS.Speicher Museum...
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RUF's Porsches...

also for reference....

We visit Alpina & RUF automobiles facilities
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Amazing pics,thank you !
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Do you know the meaning or purpose of the playing card symbols on some of the cars?
(I saw 2: red spades and a black clubs)
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Do you know the meaning or purpose of the playing card symbols on some of the cars?
(I saw 2: red spades and a black clubs)

I forget why. I know that car was one of a series of cars the factory employees made for Ferry's Birthday. The factory workers had a tradition of creating a special car for Ferry's birthday every five years. And typically the project would take many years to finish. The Austro-Daimler Sascha was just one of these "projects". The old fire truck was another as was the four door 928.

I think the card images were done for "luck". I also think its bc Ferry liked to play cards. The car was presented to Ferry to remember his father's years when he worked for Austro-Daimler.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austro-Daimler_Sascha


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Ferry's special silver 914 with a flat eight!!
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