Monthly Archives: April 2014

Sheila Kuehl’s 64 Porsche

My brother, writing from his home in Los Angeles, brings this to my attention.  He explains that “… she’s a former TV actress (Dobie Gillis) who subsequently went to Harvard law school and served a bunch of years in the state … Continue reading

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921 Vision Design Concept

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Sunday Morning Jaunt with the Blue Rascal

Intermittent rain on a Sunday morning.  Spring emerging in the countryside.  Kim comes along for the sightseeing, conditioned on accompanying her for some shopping a bit later.

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Thirty-three on Easter

A short 33-mile romp into winding country roads lets us warm things up.  Wish this car looked as good as it runs.  But I did detect a very slight momentary vibration at about 92-93 mph plunging downhill in a canyon … Continue reading

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Herman Spots A Cayman

From his recent travels, Herman sends along this iPhone sighting of one of our favorite Porsches of the current generation.

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GT3 Audio Porn

Gentlemen, start your headphones …

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Guards Red, A Block Away

Strolling along the sidewalk, glancing back over my shoulder … I can almost smell these things within the proximity of  a block or two …

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Rascal, Relaxed

The ‘Rascal remains ensconced in its space this weekend.  My back gave out yesterday and walking, let alone driving, is a distinct chore.  So my 944 time allotment will be given over to reading and research, not to mention Heartbleed … Continue reading

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One Year On: One Thousand One Hundred and Eleven Miles Later

Today we celebrate one year of custody of the Blue Rascal.  From a starting mileage figure of 154,746 and today’s 155,857, we can calculate an elapsed figure of 1,111 miles.  Not as much as I had planned — lots of … Continue reading

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To the Countryside

Searching for more interesting and drivable country roads, we pause for a bit, encountering alternative modes of transport.  And returning to urban traffic,  we sight a Guards Red ’87, I think (with the nose of the Blue Rascal barely discernible … Continue reading

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