How to tuck your Porsche in for the winter The best way for your Porsche to survive the long winter is to drive it. No storage is ever good for a car, and your Porsche, like any car, fares the best if you simply drive it...

Porsche 911 buyer’s guide Okay, you made the decision. You need a classic Porsche 911 and you need it right now. Now comes the hard part: Pace yourself. Do not flip through the classifieds, but do look for advice from other Porsche owners, from internet forums...

Ever wondered why an early Porsche 911 is more desirable than a new one? Classic desirable Porsche 911s have skyrocketed in value the last 5 years or so. Why is that? How come that you can pick up a 12 year old model for substantially less than...

Munkebjerg hillclimb is a real steal of a deal Hillclimbing may be at the cheaper end of motorsport. But the fun is simply priceless. I know. I just tried it for the very first time last weekend. For some the word “Denmark” might conjure up images of...

A visit to the Porsche museum Sooner or later every true Porsche fan must wave the family goodbye and embark on a pilgrimage to Zuffenhausen, Stuttgart, in order to worship at the Porsche museum. I went. And as expected it was great. But quite unexpectedly the...

How to build a Porsche 911 RS 2.7 replica At Amelia Island this year a 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS Lightweight was sold for a record setting $1,402,500. That kind of money can get you a 1,185 hp Koenigsegg or two Porsche 918 Spyders. It...

Porsche 911 RS, the unlikely legend To call the Porsche 911 2.7 RS 1973 an icon is pretty much a pleonasm. It is THE early 70s 911 to own– if you’re lucky and got the money. For the rest of us it is the car to admire...

Two Porsche 911 ST replicas - the perfect and the best There are a great many Porsche 911 ST replicas out there. Next after the RS rebuilt it's probably the most popular choice among owners of classic 911s looking to hot rod their cars. I have picked...