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About Porter Press International

Around the world, Porter Press International is renowned for its top-quality motoring books. Founded in 2005 by acclaimed automotive author and Jaguar expert Philip Porter, the company is now firmly established as a leading publisher of motoring and motorsport books.

The flagship ‘Great Cars series' has won numerous awards, with subjects including the prototype lightweight Jaguar E-type and Ross Brawn’s Ferrari 250 GT short wheelbase, and its new sister ‘Exceptional Cars Series’ is already garnering widespread praise. Porter Press has worked with the stars of the motoring world, including Murray Walker and Martin Brundle, and published Stirling Moss – the Definitive Biography Volume 1 by Philip Porter in 2016.

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Austin Healey - the story of DD 300 by Simon Ham.  This book is the first in our new 'Porter Profiles' series.

Ford GT40 Mark II - The remarkable history of 1016 by Mark Cole.  This book tells the story of Ford GT40 Mark II, chassis no. P/1016, one of the trio of cars that crossed the finishing line together at Le Mans in 1966 to score Ford’s first victory in the 24 Hour race. The book covers the car’s development, its technical details and specification, the role of the Holman & Moody engineering team and biographies of its drivers.  

We now have available another addition to the Exceptional Cars series, The First Three Shelby Cobras It has been joined by number 12 in the 'Great Cars' series - featuring a 1933 Alfa Romeo Monza

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Derek Bell - All my Porsche races, this exciting title is out now! 

The first children's book to be published by Porter Press, The XK Files: 120.  This is the magical tale of nine-year-old Bill and the open-top Jaguar sports car which transports him back in time.

'Exceptional Cars' 5 - Aston Martin Ulster 
Very excitingly, our latest 'Exceptional Cars' title has just arrived from the printer...

CMC 614 is the registration number of a historic Aston Martin Ulster which has, without doubt, competed in more races than any other Aston.