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November 2018

What's the best Porsche for a 1,400-mile road trip in winter weather? Cayenne? Macan? How about editor Rob Sass’ twin-turbo 996? Read all about it in "White Out of Our Minds." There are several types of 356 owners: those who believe in fastidious restoration, lovers of “Outlaw” upgrades, and those who prefer to let their cars age gracefully. Check out "Triple Crown," Dave Mathews’ story of three such owners. Porsches come in every color imaginable, but one person has amassed an incredible collection — from 964 to 944, 918 Spyder to 959 — and every one a shade of white, which we photograph and write about in, of course, "The White Collection." Click here to watch the video about the collection. The Goodwood Festival of Speed always draws an incredible array of cars, and this year Nick Trott, in "King of the Hill Climb," had the good fortune to drive a rare 911 Carrera RSR 2.1 Turbo up the Duke of Richmond’s driveway. Arno Bohn led Porsche for two years in the tumultuous early ’90s, but few people know much about him. Find out about his time at the helm, in "The Porsche Outsider."

All this, plus touching up interior trim, secrets of the 919, and much more.

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The White Collection
Monochromatic but multidimensional
A whiter shade of pale: This super-secret Porsche collection dazzles the senses.
King of the Hill Climb
Porsche 911 RSR 2.1 Turbo
Behind the wheel of the original turbocharged 911 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Triple Crown
These 356s are all winners
A concours queen, an Outlaw, and a survivor.
White Out of Our Minds
A 996 Turbo weathers a winter storm
We drive 1,400 miles in 72 hours in less than ideal conditions.
The Porsche Outsider
Arno Bohn
The managing director of Porsche from 1990-92 recalls his brief but tumultuous tenure at the helm.