Posted by: porschebahn | November 2, 2009

Festive Gifts for Car Lovers

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Christmas gifts in the Porsche-Museum Shop

Stuttgart. The Museum of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, is getting ready for the festive season with a range of new products. For the first time, Porsche is offering an advent calendar this Christmas which will provide pre-Christmas pleasure for those with a sweet tooth and sports car fans alike. As well as a high quality chocolate, each door hides a picture and description of an historic Porsche. The calendar is available for the price of Euro 15. The Porsche-Museum is also offering another new product with a set of four cutters for Christmas cookies. The cookie cutters, in the shape of the Porsche 356, 917 and 911 models, are available for Euro 6.90.

Four breadboards in the design of Porsche race cars are available for Euro 35 per set, reflecting designs including the Porsche 550 Spyder. The Porsche bearing the number 55, specially developed for competition use, won its class in 1954 and an overall third place in the Carrera Panamericana. This race success was the birth of the “Carrera” model designation. The famous pink Porsche 917/20 Coupé, known as the “Pink Pig”, also serves as a pattern for a breadboard.

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Model car fans can add a very special vehicle to their collections: the metal Porsche 356 roadster from “Tucher + Walther” with a driver figure is available in black and red in display packaging for Euro 29. The 16 cm long car is made in Germany.

In memory of the race driver Umberto Maglioli, the museum shop is also offering the 2006 Sicilian red wine “Nero d’Avola” for Euro 11. Maglioli won the 1956 Targa Florio in Sicily with a Porsche 550 Spyder. Festive greetings can be sent with a set of greetings cards featuring historic Christmas scenes. The folding cards and postcards are also accompanied by a small selection of wrapping paper and are available at the price of Euro 19.

These and many other festive products are available in the Porsche-
Museum shop, which is accessible in the foyer without an entrance ticket. Further information can be found on the internet at or by e-mail:

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