One of the designers that helped design the last air-cooled Porsche 911, better known as the model 993, was Tony Hatter. Last autum, he ended his career at Porsche after 34 years. In 1995, Tony Hatter was a team-member of the team that designed the Porsche 911 GT1. One of these cars later won the Le Mans 24H in 1998. Later Hatter became responsible for the design project management of the Porsche Carrera GT. As one of the designers of the last air-cooled Porsche 911, Hatter has always embraced the 993 models. You can read the complete story in the “Porsche 993 25 years” Signature edition.
Tony Hatter and his wife have been supporting the José Carreras Foundation in their help to fight leukaemia. The signature edition of the “Porsche 993 25 years” book is Berlin Motor Books way to support charity. They will donate an amount of € 9,993 from the sales proceeds of the “Porsche 993 25 years Signature Edition” at this year’s José Carreras fund raising gala in Leipzig. The book will be limited to 119 copies. All books are personally signed by Tony Hatter. As an extra comes a dated 2020 Porsche 993 sketch by Tony Hatter.
A great extra for your library
Even in case you already have the “Porsche 993 25 years” book, this book gives some extra to your library. First and most important : you supported charity. Second you can place another very limited edition book in your library. And third, all books are personally signed by one of the desigers of the iconic Porsche 993 and come with the sketch. Reasons enough to order your copy at Berlin Motor Books, isn’t it?
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