Monthly Archives: July 2018

The Tunnel

Episode Four of Season Three of PBS’ “The Tunnel” includes these frames:

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Why Catherine Sutton Drives

 

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Parked on Alder

Walking home for lunch, I encounter a Cayman.  Perhaps a companion piece for this one seen parked on Palouse …

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1948

It’s 1948 and, outside the city walls of Gmund in Austria, Porsche production manager Otto Huslein takes the first 356 for a shakedown. This, friends, is where it all started. #SportscarTogether #70YearsOfPorsche pic.twitter.com/RyBtfhZMDy — Porsche GB (@PorscheGB) June 8, 2018

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Lobster Claws in the Ninety-Eight-Degree Heat

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Found From 1969

Here are just a few old photographs I found today, most buried for the past almost 50 years in my archives.  First, my 911: Then, a few others observed while driving about, going to shows or watching racing events (I … Continue reading

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Nurburgring, 1962 with Hermann Lang

From a BaT inspiration series piece:

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