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August 2019

Later this month, a significant piece of Porsche history goes up for auction. We have the rare chance to drive the legendary 1939 Type 64 in “Ground Zero.” Editor Rob Sass drives the highly anticipated, normally aspirated, six-cylinder 718 Cayman GT4 and 718 Spyder, due to go on sale in spring 2020. Read about them in “Top of the Line.” Dr. Arthur Ashman helped save the life of a member of the Porsche family in early 1962, which led to a meeting with Butzi Porsche and later a 1964 356 SC sunroof coupe, "Butzi's Car," which he still drives. Excellence was Expected is considered the definitive history of Porsche. On the release of its third edition, we profile author Karl Ludvigsen in “Excellence: Expected and Delivered." Ceileidh Siegel is a director at Hasbro, but she was playing for keeps when she found her dream Porsche and drove it across the country in 72 hours in “MINE-11.”

All that, plus a new chapter in “The Spy Collector," and Porsche’s new 911 RSR is revealed at Goodwood.

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Ground Zero
Behind the wheel of the Ur-Porsche
We drive the Type 64 in advance of its auction date in Monterey.
Top of the Line
718 Cayman GT4 and Spyder: First Drive
These top-of-the-line, normally aspirated, six-cylinder 718 variants hit all the right notes.
Butzi's Car
1964 356 SC Sunroof Coupe
The tangible reminder of a unique bond between Butzi Porsche and a doctor from Queens.
An unconventional journey to 911 ownership
Member Ceileidh Siegel's 911 helps her maintain her status as rad stepmom.
The Spy Collector, Part II
A graphic novel
The second chapter of this Porsche story takes us to more far-flung locales.
Expected and Delivered
A look at how Karl Ludvigsen came to write his autoritative tome, with an updated version on its way.