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December 2016

In this issue, David Mathews chronicles a PCA couple who's owned their 1964 356 since new, in "Still Shining." Jeff Zwart tells us what it's like to drive up Lord March's driveway at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, in "The Road to Goodwood." Some Cayennes never find themselves off-road, but in "Meet Otis," by Randy Wells, learn how two members enjoy their Porsche SUV on anything but blacktop. A well-loved 1973 911T has spent its life with several owners; find out in "Time Traveler," by Bruce Sweetman, how it came to shine again in its Viper Green glory. The PCA Club Racing turned 25 this year, so Ted West headed out to the race and the Region where it all began — Summit Point Raceway, hosted by Potomac — in "Silver Jubilation." Click here to watch the 15-minute video accompaniment.

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!

Still Shining
One 356 and a 50-year love affair
Chuck and Joyce Gladle's Bali Blue 1964 356 SC has been on a five-decade journey with PCA.
The Road to Goodwood
Jeff Zwart and the Festival of Speed
Up Lord March's driveway in an 800-hp Pikes Peak hill-climb car.
Meet Otis
A Cayenne that took the path less traveled
For one PCA couple, overlanding in the Pacific Northwest is a great way to spend their retirement.
Time Traveler
A charmed survivor
Tim Huestis' Viper Green 1973 911T has been a car well-loved.
Silver Jubilation
PCA Club Racing turns 25
Club Racing goes back to Summit Point, where it all began 25 years ago.