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December 2019

In a twist on the car magazine road trip story, Editor Sass picked up a brand-new 992 in Germany and then flew with it on a cargo plane to Ohio before driving to Porsche HQ in Atlanta. Enjoy the epic adventure story "992? 747? Whatever it Takes." Going strong for 21 years, the Rocky Mountain Region Ladies’ day is a special women-only track day. Read all about these “Pretty. Fast. Women.” We can’t get enough of special-edition Porsches, including two 914 LEs we saw at Amelia Island. Find out more about this “Rare Pair.” One typically equates the Yukon Territory with big trucks, not Porsches, but PCA member Al Courtney discovered an abandoned 1971 911S “At the Crossroads” and has been driving it ever since. We also interview Porsche Motorsport North America CEO Daniel Armbruster, whose refreshing philosophy is quite simply, “It’s About Fun.”

“The Spy Collector” continues its tale of automotive intrigue, and we offer a preview of Parade 2020, plus the usual tech, news, and race reports.

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992? 747? Whatever it takes
A very special road (and air) trip
We accompany the 992 across the Atlantic in a jumbo jet.
At the Crossroads
A 911S is saved in the Yukon
A tangerine 1971 911S rescued 47 years ago has no scars from its brush with death.
A Rare Pair
Two limited-edition 914s
Bumblebee and Creamsicle 914s meet up at Amelia Island.
Pretty. Fast. Women.
Celebrating PCA's largest ladies-only education day
A place where women can hone driving skills, build confidence, and form lifelong friendships.
It's About Fun
An interview with Daniel Armbruster
The CEO of Porsche Motorsport North America talks about his role in the company.
The Spy Collector
Part 4
We bring you chapter four in our serialized graphic novel.
2020 Parade Preview
Palm Springs sizzle
The 65th annual Porsche Parade is heading to California in June 2020.