I’ve just received the April 2014 issue of GT Porsche magazine and was delighted to see that two of our cars – a brace of Porsche 968 Club Sports – are on the cover. The yellow car has now sold but we still have the red one in stock; click here for details.
It’s another packed 164-page issue with lots of interesting features. In addition to the 968 Club Sport feature, there’s a piece on Special Vehicle Preparations’ lightweight Cayman SV conversion – a car I’d love to have a drive in. A thought that also applies to the 991 Turbo S which also receives a full road test in the magazine. Speaking of the 991 Turbo, Adam Towler’s column on the car struck a nerve with me, especially as I’m a fan of its predecessor, the 997 Turbo. Finally, Editor Stuart Gallagher’s editorial makes a refreshingly sensible and balanced assessment of the 991 GT3 recall.
I’ve yet to read Peter Morgan’s guide to the 1972-1973 Porsche 911s T, E and S – the last and best of the pre-impact bumper cars – but I know it’ll be worthwhile. There’s lots more, too; definitely worth picking up a copy of this month’s GT Porsche.