Find of the Day – Custom Chevy Powered Porsche 928

Here is something completely different. A 1980 Porsche 928 Euro-spec that has been thoroughly modified. For starters, there is a 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 engine up front, complete with air intake sprouting from the hood. The taillights, rear spoiler and wheels have been reworked. Actually, it might be easier to list what is stillContinue reading “Find of the Day – Custom Chevy Powered Porsche 928”

Choices – Front Engine Porsche

Welcome back to Choices. A series where seemingly similar cars are pit against one another in a battle for your affection. It’s like trying to choose your favourite in-law (I’m not touching this one). Your task, if you agree to accept it, is to determine which of the four cars below belongs in each category:Continue reading “Choices – Front Engine Porsche”

40 Cars for My 40th

Yup, I’m hitting a milestone today; official middle age. There were big plans for this upcoming weekend that involved family, camping, and of course race cars at the track. But that, like most things in 2020, has to be put off for the year. Here’s hoping I get to do it for my 41st birthdayContinue reading “40 Cars for My 40th”

Find of the Day – 1977 Porsche 924

There are still a lot of Porsche 924 models on the road, but not many still look like this. Touted as a first year model, this 1977 Porsche 924 is in great condition inside and out. The car couldn’t be anymore period correct with its pale yellow exterior, black vinyl stripes and Bosch fog lights.Continue reading “Find of the Day – 1977 Porsche 924”

Winged Car Wednesday – Porsche 911 Sport Classic

At first blush, it may not seem like much; just a little duckbill popping out from some subtle cream-coloured bodywork, the only colour option for this particular car, the ultra-limited-only-250-made 2010 911 Sport Classic. Indeed, it isn’t much, looking positively pedestrian compared to the massive scaffolding seen on the likes of the Porsche GT2 andContinue reading “Winged Car Wednesday – Porsche 911 Sport Classic”