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July 2015

In the July 2015 issue, Editor Pete Stout revisits the GT3 in "Green Heaven" before testing the new GT3 RS in "Ultra RS." Kieron Fennelly interviews Horst Marchart, the man who oversaw Porsche's transition to water-cooled sports cars, in "Main Stay." An owner helped restore a rare, early 1956 356A with "European" script, and using the knowledge he learned started his own restoration shop in "A European in Ohio" by Dale Kistemaker. In "Love Story" by Laura Burstein, Meet Marty and Brita, a couple 30 years strong who purchased a Cayman, the perfect car for them that also brought them into the PCA family. Ted West can't resist the pull of rare Porsche parts at Central Pennsylvania Region's Porsche Only Swap Meet in Hershey, Pennsylvania, which he details in "Candy Store."

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!

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Green Heaven
Revisiting the 991 GT3
Before testing the new GT3 RS, we take a refresher course in the "regular" GT3.
Ultra RS
First drive in the 991 GT3 RS
Why the new GT3 RS outpaces and simply outshines its predecessors.
Main Stay
Interview: Horst Marchart
Meet the man who oversaw Porsche's transition to water-cooled sports cars — twice.
European in Ohio
An early 356
One man breathed new life into this early Porsche; it then returned the favor.
Love Story
How the Cayman brought one couple to PCA
Porsche's hardtop 987 wrote a new chapter in the lives of Marty and Brita Goldsmith.
Candy Store
Tales from Hershey, the swap meet
For the Porsche obsessed — that's you, right? — this annual swap is far sweeter than chocolate.