One of the more intriguing myths about the Cayman is that during its development, Porsche engineers realized that the Cayman was actually going to be faster than the 911. As the story goes, upon hearing this, the top brass in Stuttgart ordered their engineers to make the car slower so that it wouldn’t dilute the 911 brand. This myth fascinated …Continue to the full article
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Have You Committed Any of These 7 Deadly Sins of Porsche Ownership?
Since I bought a Porsche Cayman over 2 years ago, I have learned the hard way that there is some etiquette to owning a Porsche. I was surprised to find that there are a number of embarrassing faux pas and potentially costly mistakes that other Porsche enthusiasts will frown upon. I have committed my fair share of these Porsche "sins" over the …Continue to the full article
Is A Used Porsche Cayman A Good Choice For A Daily Driver?
It's a common question for any Porsche owner: do you daily drive that thing? Well, for a few blissful months after I bought my 987 Cayman my answer was yes. And it was a truly fantastic daily driver during that time, even though it was March in Chicago. (As it turns out, a Cayman in the snow can actually be quite fun - as long as you have the right …Continue to the full article