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March 2017
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In this issue, Sean Cridland details one member’s intriguing 356 Outlaw in “Gesetzloser.” If you’ve been to the Hershey Swap Meet, you may have happened upon a certain 1969 912 that’s been part of the same family since day one, in Ted West’s “Gramma Elsie’s Car.” Read about the trials and tribulations of famed Porsche racer John Fitzpatrick in “Fitz,” by Michael Cotton. A PCA couple fell in love with the 928 and sailing, and now have three of Porsche’s front-engined, V8 GT cars, which you’ll learn about in “Great White,” by David Mathews. A recent show, Porsche: Decades of Disruption, aired on CNBC in February, and Ronald Ahrens takes us behind the scenes in “Decades of Disruption.” If you missed the original airing, click here to watch it online.

Of course, regular Panorama departments Tech Q&A, European Windows, From the Regions, Street Talk, Art & Canvas, Junior Driver, and zwART are all present and accounted for. Enjoy the issue!

Gesetzloser
That's German for Outlaw
Fred Veitch labored over every detail on his pre-A 356 coupe — and it shows.
Gramma Elsie's Car
This 1969 912 is a family heirloom
Elsie Bishop was a "car guy" whose love of German cars led to her perfect Porsche.
Fitz
John Fitzpatrick's life at the wheel
The versatile and highly successful British sports car racer reflects on his career.
Great White
A high-mileage 1990 928 GT
After ten years at sea, one PCA couple finds themselves swimming with 928s.
Decades of Disruption
On location with eight peerless Porsches
PCA member Robert Dalrymple takes us behind the scenes for the filming of a television special.