Miss­ing Speed­ster copy

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dear Sir, Thank you again for your good work on To­tal 911. Al­ways a good read. I took par­tic­u­lar in­ter­est in the ques­tion and an­swer on is­sue 164 page 15 un­der the ‘Views’ sec­tion, re­gard­ing a po­ten­tial 991 Speed­ster, and no doubt a ‘Sport Clas­sic’. How­ever, the an­swer seems in­com­plete. Have I missed some­thing? nigel Jones

You have in­deed missed some­thing – as have we! Un­for­tu­nately the end of our re­ply was lopped off the page dur­ing a de­sign tweak. We man­aged to rec­tify it for the dig­i­tal edi­tion, but un­for­tu­nately it was too late for the print ver­sion. Here’s the rest of our re­sponse for you:

ru­mours have long been do­ing the rounds re­gard­ing the pos­si­bilty of a 991 Speed­ster (as you know, to­tal 911 first re­ported this back in 2016). as you’ll see from our Up­date sec­tion this is­sue, to­tal 911 has been in­formed porsche will cel­e­brate 70 years of ex­is­tence by re­leas­ing a Speed­ster at July’s Fes­ti­val of Speed. Its 356 Speed­ster was a pil­lar of the brand in the early days and porsche cer­tainly knows how to fit­tingly mark such an oc­ca­sion. 1,948 ex­am­ples are set to be built. apolo­gies for the er­ror, hope­fully that won’t hap­pen again!

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