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Time Line[edit]

Why not we have a time line Template for Porsche just like Ferrari

It's cool and effective as well. Vivek 06:33, 1 April 2006 (UTC)

Unreleased Products[edit]

Anyone think we should add Panamera and GT1 to the 2009 section? Jaewonnie (talk) 13:21, 27 June 2008 (UTC)

No regular 911 between 75 and 88?[edit]

Timeline shows 911 (930), which suggests that the type number for the 911 of that era is 930, which is, of course, wrong. Only Turbo's had this type number. While the model was significantly updated, it was still called just 911, and there's no separate article for them. So logically the line should be extended from 64 to 88, without a link to 930 at all. 88.115.127.60 (talk) 17:03, 29 June 2008 (UTC)

Based on your suggestion, I changed it to "911 / 930" and linked to the 911 and 930 articles respectively. However, it looks like the 64-89 generation has an article called "Porsche 911 classic" (could stand to be renamed), while there's also a "Porsche 911 series" article and a "Porsche 911" article which is a disambiguation page. Rather confusing, if you ask me. --Vossanova o< 19:39, 22 July 2008 (UTC)