We don’t just write about Porsches, we drive and live with them, too
THE TEAM STEVE BENNETT 996 C2
Famous last words, but as you can read opposite, I’m pretty sure that I now have a suspension setup that I can live with and that works on our unique British roads. Just in time for winter!
KEITHSEUME 912/6 ‘EL CHUCHO’
So, winter is firmly upon us and thoughts turn to a fresh start in the New Year. The time has come to find a new owner for El Chucho, and it could be you! See full report on p106.
CHRISHORTON 924S, 944
Fun and games with the 924S’s handbrake – which must also serve as a so-called emergency brake, so it’s important that it works. All’s well that ends well, though – even if it did require some unplanned mods
PETER SIMPSON 356C
Still pushing forward on the 356 and still waiting for planning permission to extend my garage, so I can get on with working on my Porsches as space is very tight now. I wonder why!
BRETT FRASER BOXSTER 3.2S
The list of ‘to do’ jobs for the Boxster might be long, but at least I’ve made a start, with the safety items like front tyres and brakes. Beyond that it’s suspension components and leaks next.
JOHNNY TIPLER BOXSTER 3.2S
As 50k miles ticked up, a mission to RPM Technik enabled an oil change, as well as having underside front corner plastic aero bits replaced. Winter Vredesteins now fitted ahead of Monte trip.
JEREMY LAIRD CAYMAN S
As the festive season approaches the Croc is preparing a very special present just for me, involving occasional misfires on bank 1. Could it be coil packs? Variocam solenoid? The suspense is killing me!