Designed to help Porsche through one of their leaner periods, the 968 Clubsport was a demonstration of how much they could do with very little. True, it wasn't exactly a massive departure from the 968 and the 944 that it was based upon, but with the right modifications and ethos, it offered a level of focus that swayed a startlingly large number of …Continue to the full article
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996 Tuning: Making the Most of a Maligned Model
Let's address this video's titular question. Can a few minor engine modifications make the 3.6-liter M96 rival—or better—a Mezger from a GT3? Well, no. Simply put, there's a vast chasm of difference between the mildest and the meanest in the 996 range, but the potential for a fun, uncompromising, stimulating, and quite special car can be had …Continue to the full article
Is the 928 GT the Classic Porsche to Own?
The 928 has never had the sporting credentials of the 911, but is the penultimate variant one of the best classic Porsches to own? Over nearly two decades in production the 928's output increased from 219 horsepower to 345, and displacement from 4.5 to 5.4 liters. Changes to the model were more than simply adding power. Porsche's traditional method …Continue to the full article