We don’t just write about Porsches, we drive and live with them, too
THE TEAM STEVE BENNETT 996 C2
My 996 is booked in to my local body shop this very afternoon. I will worry about the cost when it’s done. Depending on their schedule, I will hopefully have more news and gory details next month...
KEITHSEUME CAYMAN 981
Had a shock when I discovered the M5 motorway had been salted one Sunday morning, leaving the Cayman looking a mess – cue trip to the jet wash to stop crusty brakes and suspension.
CHRISHORTON 924S, 944
Full report next month – when there’s space in the magazine – and not least that front wing repair. In the meantime I’m hopeful that in a few days’ time I shall have a working odometer. More on that soon, too.
PETER SIMPSON 356C
The garage is on the way and the foundations started. The Porsches have been moved to make room, it’s just time and money now that stand in the way of the garage going up and getting the cars in!
BRETT FRASER BOXSTER 3.2S
According to everyone on the internet, running Michelin Pilot Cup Sport 2 tyres on my Boxster will be a disaster on the road in the wet, and soon I will be living in a ditch. Early days, but no ditches or hedges yet.
JOHNNY TIPLER BOXSTER 3.2S
Call me a copy cat if you like, but I couldn’t resist a set of Group 4’s new deep dish Fuchs lookalikes. For a perfect fit, I’m just waiting on some spacers, so full pics next month, plus some hood work, too.
JEREMY LAIRD BOXSTER 3.2 S
So how is the Cayman to Boxster swap going? Well, apart from a failed water pump, I’m loving the seemingly backwards step and I’ve slapped 5500-miles on the Boxster since picking it up in July.