I was reading through some old posts this weekend and stumbled upon John Killion's "A Den of Porsche Infidelity" (if you haven't yet read this story, It's worth your time). In this post John ponders "cheating" on his Porsche 944 with a new Cayman S; I'm sure the idea of "trading up" is something we can all relate to. In fact, John (my John that is) always talks about various other Porsches he would like to have in our garage. You see, It's not that he's unsatisfied with the current stable, rather there's a long wish-list of vintage and current Porsches he would like the opportunity to play with.
However, it got me to thinking. Is this "wish-list" of possible dream cars only limited to Porsche? What if money was no object and you could have any car you wanted, Porsche or otherwise? So I asked, "John, if money was no object and you could have any car you wanted, Porsche or otherwise, what would it be?" Without even taking time to think about it he answered.
A Pagani Zonda Roadster F. One of only 25 and made to measure for each owner!
Yes, I was shocked too. What I expected to hear was something along the lines of the new Porsche 918 Sypder, a 911 GT2 RS or maybe even a vintage Porsche RS60, etc. Boy, was I off the mark. As much of a Porsche loyalist he is, John would still cheat on his Porsche.
So, I ask you, "If money were no object and you could buy any one car, Porsche or otherwise, what would it be and why?"