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The February 2014 issue of PCA’s Porsche Panorama is on its way to your mailbox—and will also be available in digital form on February 15.
In this issue, writer Michael Harley travels to Weissach to learn more about Porsche’s next release, the Macan SUV, based on an already-familiar Audi platform but described as a “five-passenger sports car.” Our question: Is it worthy of the Porsche crest? In Shades of 1978, hard-driving engineer and PCA member Pete von Behrens explores how PDK and other performance-enhancing technologies fit into sports cars meant to excite and inspire drivers. William Edgar introduces us to Ruth Levy, a driver of indomitable spirit, and shares the story of her successful career in the male-dominated world of racing Spyders and Speedsters in the 1950s. In Life Changer, Zachary Mayne meets a PCA member and musician who traded a Gibson Les Paul Jr. guitar for a vintage 914 at the age of 20, and has transformed his passion for car restoration into a thriving business. Finally, prices have been rising steadily in the Four-Cam 356 market for years, but values have rocketed recently. Find out why, with an expert, in-depth analysis from Prescott Kelly.
Of course, regular Panorama departments Art & Canvas, European Windows, Junior Driver, From the Regions, Street Talk, Tech Q&A, and zwART are all present and accounted for. We hope you’ll enjoy the issue!