While intentions were good and hopes were high, 944Fest 2020 has officially been canceled.
On the race track, we like the rain – it’s a great equalizer. On the street, though, rain is a big problem.
Road Trip with COVID-19: So how do you go out, enjoy the Spring and your Porsche and still stay safe from the dreaded coronavirus?
What does it really cost to own and drive a 944 or one of its variants? Does it make financial sense? Let’s take a look.
The planning and researching for an outstanding vacation is a big part of the process – and takes time, family conferences and some bargaining with each other. Who has the time for all that? Well, thank you COVID-19…we seem to have a little extra time with the family these days.
Many of us are auto racing junkies, and we are deprived at this trying time. Worldwide, racing is canceled. What are we to do?
Child’s Play and the Porsche: Helping the oldest granddaughter rescue her own 924S
Jalopnik published an article today entitled “Americans Bought More EV’s Than Manual Transmission Cars in 2019.” According to the article, 1.6% of 2019 new car sales were electric vehicles. Contrast … Continue Reading EV’s vs. Manual Transmissions
Does Driving Faster Get You There Quicker? The short answer…no.
Over the past few years, one fact has surfaced that is troubling – if a 944 gets rear-ended, the car will probably be totaled by the insurance company.
We all know that the 944 series is a great track day car, whether set up as ONLY a track day car or used during the week as a daily driver.
“Porsche owners are the most brand-loyal owners in the world.” This comment was backed up with stories and quips that focused on the concept that Porsche People become Porsche People early in life, before ever acquiring a Porsche, and they stay with the brand for life.
944Fest at Nelson Ledges in Ohio – We are bringing a 944S with a 3.0 Liter transplant and our own 924S – Sparky – to Ohio.
Here is a new 10-minute video from VINwiki on the 944. Enjoy!
Here at 924S944.com we have been attending various events and shows for many years. I find it amazing – and quite gratifying – that the 924-944-924S models are quickly gaining acceptance back into the Porsche fold.
The oldest grandchild is now approaching fourteen years old. Dad and Grandad have offered her the ragged 924S automatic as her first car.