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There are few things more terrifying and destructive than fire. But it can also lead to rebirth, as in the case of Van Bagley’s 1986.5 928S, which was nearly burned up. Read about how his car was “Resurrected,” with some impressive upgrades to boot. In early 2019, Porsche launched the newest 911 with the upgraded S model. But as we found in our first drive of the recently released base 911, “A High Standard,” it is anything but basic. At last year’s Parade, a radical-looking 930 Turbo “Polar 911” caught our eyes, but its history, including 32 years spent in storage, is even more interesting. Northern Ohio Region member Marie Quintana first spotted a Cayman a decade ago, and was absolutely smitten. Read about her custom Cayman in “Instant Attraction.” Designer Grant Larson has had a distinguished 30-year career at Porsche. Read his interview in “Company Man.”

All this plus bios of the newest National PCA office holders, a note from PCA President Tom Gorsuch, and much more.

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Resurrected
A Porsche rises from the ashes
Van Bagley's 1986.5 928S is given new life with a 6.5-liter stroker V8.
A High Standard
2020 911 Carrera
The entry-level 911 is anything but base.
Polar 911
Battle of the Builds
A radical-looking 930 Turbo comes out of a 32.year hibernation.
Company Man
Q&A with Grant Larson
The man behind the Boxster talks about his 30-year career with Porsche.
Instant Attraction
A lovable gator
A decade after first seeing a Cayman, Maria Quintana is as smitten as ever.