Call us crazy, but even with all of the Porsche books we’ve read over the years, we can’t get enough of them. The latest to cross our desk is Porsche: The Classic Era by Dennis Adler. The first part of this book focuses on Ferdinand Porsche’s early years as a highly sought after automotive engineer who always dreamed of building an affordable sports car. But that dream kept getting put on the back burner due to other priorities, such as designing the Volkswagen Beetle, developing race cars, and yes unfortunately getting forced into engineering vehicles for the German war machine. So, it wasn’t until 1948, that the first Porsche 356 prototype hit the streets. The rest, as they say, is history. From there, the book fast forwards to the development of the 911, does a cursory look at Porsche’s racing cars, and even runs through some Porsche advertisements and literature. So, no matter how many Porsche books you’ve already read, you’re sure to learn something new from this Must Read.