How Much Trouble Will Porsche Take to Remanufacture an Old Emblem?

pygmalion05 —  November 14, 2012 — 1 Comment

We know some custom car audio guys that could fabricate a replica of the Porsche badge, but as good as they are we doubt they would go through all this trouble.

Apparently the Porsche crest was suggested as a quality seal for the Type 356 at a meeting between Ferry Porsche and US importer Max Hoffman back in 1952.

Ever since then the iconic logo has been synonymous with automotive excellence. Speaking of icons, the company celebrates itself with the launch of the new 2013 Boxster seen here.

The video probably says more about the brand than the car!

It shows you the weight of the company name — and that sense of gravity applies to this vid on how Porsche creates its badge. It may take itself seriously, but suffice to say that it makes the badge pretty much as meticulously as it does the making of the vehicles themselves.

Make sure to check out the (uber-serious!!!) video on the Porsche emblem re-make here:

Also check out a post from our friends at the AutoBlog here.

One response to How Much Trouble Will Porsche Take to Remanufacture an Old Emblem?

  1. 

    Is that like the Porsche family crest? I don’t know much about the history I didn’t know there was a Ferry Porsche.

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