Porsche sales from the in­side

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dear Sir,

I ab­so­lutely loved the re­cent col­umn by Mr Karl Meyer where he of­fered a his­tor­i­cal per­spec­tive on the Porsche mar­ket­place. It was fas­ci­nat­ing to be re­minded of a time when the 996 GT3 RS couldn’t sell – this is a world long since for­got­ten com­pared to to­day’s cli­mate where every­body clam­bers for any GT car. In Bri­tain peo­ple are still pay­ing overs for a right-hand-drive car with­out Weis­sach Pack, which I find in­cred­i­ble! Mr Meyer’s in­sight was won­der­fully re­ceived, but per­haps he may of­fer a pro­fes­sional opin­ion on the fu­ture of the mar­ket­place from the per­spec­tive of new Porsche cars? I await his wis­dom with ex­cite­ment! Gary abrey We’re pleased Karl’s col­umn suit­ably res­onated, Gary. Karl’s ex­pe­ri­ence of more than ten years from within the hub of a porsche cen­tre means he’s well placed to re­mind us of a time when the land­scape was a lit­tle dif­fer­ent to what is cur­rently pre­sented when we walk in­side a show­room. cer­tainly, the only other time Karl can re­mem­ber a stop to pro­duc­tion was dur­ing the an­nual fac­tory shut­down ev­ery au­gust! We’ll try to bring you guest col­umns from in­dus­try spe­cial­ists all over the world in up­com­ing is­sues of the mag­a­zine to en­sure we’re pro­vid­ing you with a well-rounded look on all things porsche.

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