State of the Porsche Market: What we learned from the 2023 Scottsdale Auctions | Tech Tactics Live


Join us Wednesday, February 1st at 8PM EST for another episode of Tech Tactics Live. We will have on special guest Nathan Merz, PCA’s Valuation Expert, who is returned from attending the 2023 collector car auctions in Scottsdale, AZ. He will update us on what the current market trends seem to be leaning towards in 2023. He will tell us what Porsches he saw and what the overall feeling is from fellow collectors about the upcoming year when it comes to the buying/selling of Porsches.

Five tips for Porsche fans to watch, understand the 2023 Rolex 24 at Daytona | PCA Tech Tips


The racing season officially starts on Saturday, January 28 at 1:40 PM EST. This is when the green flag is scheduled to drop, signaling the beginning of the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona. More importantly, it also signals the return of Porsche to top tier racing in the reminted GTP class with its 963 LMDh (Le Mans Daytona hybrid). If you’re not lucky enough to be attending the race in person (your author wishes he were there) then here’s a quick guide to both enjoying the race and understanding what’s going on for 24 hours.


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1964 Porsche 356 SC 1600 Cabriolet: Comfortable & easy to drive! | One-Mile Review


The 1964 356 was near the end of the line for Porsche’s original rear-engined sports car, and the SC was the factory hot rod. By that we mean it has 95 horsepower instead of the regular 356 C’s 75 hp, which is more than enough to accelerate this lightweight convertible to highway speeds quickly. Four-wheel disc brakes stopped it even more quickly. This 356 SC 1600 Cabriolet received a high-quality bare-metal restoration several years ago — find out what it’s like to drive a mint example of one of the last 356s in this One-Mile Review.

See the new Porsche 911 Dakar historic wraps next to the cars that inspired them


The Porsche 911's rich rally history started in the mid-1960s, yet it wasn't until 1984 when the automaker achieved its first overall victory in the Paris-Dakar Rally. The Rothmans, ah, Roughroads 911 Dakar Rallye Package at the LA Auto Show pays tribute to that victory. If you'd like to honor an earlier Porsche rally entry, Porsche has you covered. Er, wrapped. The automaker is offering as an option three new decorative wraps that pay tribute to Porsche's near-victories at the grueling East African Safari Rally.


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Why a 2011 Porsche Panamera 4 is a screaming deal at the moment


A fact of life is that depreciation curves have been getting shallower recently, meaning prices of cars (particularly desirable ones) don’t fall as drastically and take a shorter amount of time to bottom out. The first-generation Panamera is now more than 10 years old, and while probably not at the bottom of its depreciation curve, it is at least starting to look very attractive from a price standpoint, and perhaps more attractive aesthetically with the passage of time.

Unique Porsche Parts Production: Take a Tour of LN Engineering


We recently visited a place where the mission is to make our favorite water-cooled and air-cooled Porsches drive better and last longer: LN Engineering. Before we dive into a multi-part video series on the subject of bore scoring in the next couple months (plenty of editing left to do), we felt you'd like to see where and how LN Engineering makes parts for Porsches and VWs.


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