Petrolicious interviews an enthusiast and his 1978 Porsche 930 Turbo. Its untamed character, the balance issues caused by a rear-mounted engine, and a tremendous amount of turbo lag quickly earned these 911s the nickname Widow Maker.
1975 was a sad year for performance cars. When Corvettes and Ferrari 308s could barely muster 8-second 0-60 sprints, you knew things were grim. And then came hope in the pages of Car & Driver’s December issue: the Porsche Turbo Carrera.
Take a deep dive into all things Vintage Classic in this look at models from Porsche, Ferrari, and Lamborghini. Straight from the eyes of something who grew up admiring these cars, learn all about the cars that helped to shape these brands we are still astonished by today.