Even thirty two years on the little details of the 959 can make other 911-based cars seem pedestrian. Where the GT2 RS is a wild machine covered in scoops, wings, and hyperbole, its floor is mere metal. The 959 separates its occupants from the pavement with nomex. Point, 80s dream machine. It seems that every other trait about the car is similarly …Continue to the full article
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80’s Icons Battle Head-To-Head: Porsche 911 Carrera 3.2 Vs. BMW E30 M3
In an age of honest sports cars, the late 1980s provided some of the most iconic cars that have ever been built. If you think back to that era and you're asked to name a German sports car, chances are pretty great you'll come up with one of these two. The fact is, despite being built in the same country at the same time, these two cars could not be …Continue to the full article
What’s it like to own a Cayenne Long-Term?
As a long-term Cayenne owner I found the video below very interesting as it somewhat mirrors my experience. We bought our 2009 Cayenne in 2010. At the time it had 18,000 miles on it, came with the remainder of Porsche's factory warranty, and was CPO'd, as well. Since that time we've added over 140,000 miles for a grand total of 158k+ miles on the …Continue to the full article