Not content creating hard-to-find parts for some of its most valuable, expensive old cars, Porsche Classic has set about reprinting manuals and key documents.
It this week announced plans to bring more than 700 documents back to life. They'll be offered at Porsche dealerships or through an online store, with prices ranging from US$70 to $150 ($100 to $210).
The scope of what's being reprinted is massive. Along with owner's manuals for everything from the original 356 to the 996-generation 911, you'll be able to order warranty documents and maintenance plans, housed within replicas of the shields in which they originally came. Cool, huh.
They'll be printed in English and German, naturally, along with a glut of other languages for the world's classic car enthusiasts.
This isn't the first time Porsche Classic has thrown desperate collectors a bone. Last year, the company announced it would start 3D printing hard-to-find spares, including things like the release lever for the 959 clutch.