The Very First Porsche

Spotted at the Porsche Museum, this 1948 356 is the first car to ever wear the Porsche name. Ferry Porsche, Ferdinand's son, built the aluminum bodied car because he couldn't find a suitable new car to purchase. (Photo Credit: xmatt) » 1/15/11 10:00am 1/15/11 10:00am

The Very First Porsche Wagon

Two decades before they would consider selling wagonesque sedans to the general public, Porsche took a 928 and added a bulbous rear as a gift for the 75th birthday of company founder Ferry Porsche. It was called the Study H50. » 12/23/10 2:30pm 12/23/10 2:30pm

And Now A Word From Bruce's Patron, Ferry

Ferry Porsche oversteered his way to the great Nürburgring in the sky nearly a decade ago. But sometime in the late '80s or early '90s, the man filmed this awesome promotional spot that puts current Porsche advertising to shame. 959, 928, Porsche's amazing line of sports-racers, the 550, etc. — they're all here.… » 6/20/07 1:00pm 6/20/07 1:00pm