Even as Porsche was ramping up production of its rear-engine 356 road car in the early 1950s, the budding carmaker’s engineers were starting a roadmap to the marque’s mid-engine racecar future with the tiny but mighty 1953-1956 550 Spyder.
Dating back to 1950, when the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance® and Pebble Beach Road Races were first held, the automotive-related events on the Monterey Peninsula each August have made this gorgeous coastal area the undisputed global epicenter of car culture. This year, live events are back and span Friday, August 6 to Sunday, August 15.
The ClassicCars.com Journal’s feature on car clubs re-purposed our “Residual Values” interview with Porsche Club of America’s Vu Nguyen. We appreciated the coverage.
A Lamborghini Miura, vintage Porsche, McLaren 675LT, Ford GT and BMW M1 are among the highlights of Gooding & Company’s 2020 Scottsdale Auction. This year’s auction features 170 vehicles.
PFS Southeast Sales Manager, Chris Warren, clarifies a few of the most common misunderstandings regarding financing that all exotic and vintage auto enthusiasts face, regardless of marque.
This weekend, the Porsche Club of America’s national convention drifts into the Jay Peak resort for a week of friends, fun, and eclectic German humor. The biggest event on the PCA calendar, the Porsche Parade is one of the world’s largest agglomerates of 356s, 911s, and their lesser-known siblings.
With new 911 Carreras sporting turbochargers, the Porsche Club of America takes a look at the last 911 Turbo to be the only turbo 911.
Maybe you’re looking to try out a new model Porsche a little more thoroughly than a spin around the dealer lot. Maybe you just like traveling and driving over-engineered German sports cars. There are a lot of reasons to go on a Porsche tour, and very few not to.