Because power steering and functioning catalytic converters are for babies.
Warm moments from the workday watering hole
Selected images from near and far
Capturing the mechanical beauty of the tools of the trade.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield recently shared his freshly-restored 1955 Thunderbird with the National Post’s Driving.ca. This stunning vehicle was Col. Hadfield’s daily driver for a decade while working at NASA, and offers an excellent teaser for the type of automotive artistry to be displayed at the 2019 Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
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“I always thought the 911 was a stupid looking car,” was not the statement I had expected the conversation to open with.
But like a 911 piloted with a hesitant foot, the man sitting across the table unexpectedly came around — indeed, in his pocket rested the keys to of one of the most significant ‘elfers’ on Canadian roads.
This article was originally published as "Porsche 964 Redefined: Celebrating 70 Years of the Porsche Sports Car" in the May 2018 issue of Provinz, the official magazine of the Porsche Club of America Upper Canada Region.
An autumn afternoon with Kit