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March 2018

In this issue, Kris Klewell details the story of the Hawaiian Tropics Porsche 935 once raced by Paul Newman and now owned by comedian Adam Carolla, in “The Old Warhorse.” We take look at the 996-generation 911 nearly 20 years after it hit dealer showrooms in “Family Squabbles” by Nathan Merz — plus “996 Design Analysis” by Christine Reed. One couple has owned their 1965 356C since new, and they still love to drive it, as you’ll find out in “Still Crazy” by David Mathews. In “The Porsche Effect” by Ezekiel Wheeler, take a brief tour through the Petersen Automotive Museum’s latest exhibit about our favorite marque. Whether you’re a Drivers Education junky or brand new to track driving, we show you the perks of driving somebody else’s sports cars at the Porsche Sport Driving School in Alabama, in “Get Schooled.” Be sure to watch our video about Larry Woods, who was Hot Wheels chief designer for more than 50 years.

Of course, regular Panorama departments Tech Q&A, European Windows, From the Regions, Street Talk, and zwART are all present and accounted for. Enjoy the issue!

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The Old Warhorse
Paul Newman's 935 gets back on the racetrack
Adam Carolla brought a piece of history to the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion.
Family Squabbles
The 996 takes a seat at the family table
The 993 was a tough act to follow, but the 996 is finally getting its due.
Still Crazy
An original owner 1965 356C
After 52 years, the Johansens and their Porsche are still going strong.
The Porsche Effect
70 years and counting
The Petersen Automotive Museum's new Porsche exhibition celebrates seven decades of Porsches.
Get Schooled
Learning has never been so fun
Attending a driving school is the best way to become a better driver.