RSR Recreated

RSR Recreated

This is how Richard Schickman started the RSR Project: A longtime devotee of the early 911s, especially the 1973 RSR, Richard was always drawn to muscular, masculine shape and stance. When you create something for yourself, and do it with passion, the result is...
Fall Colors in the Trees and on the Road

Fall Colors in the Trees and on the Road

You never need a good reason to go out and drive a Porsche. But if you have two good reasons…fall foliage in Vermont, cheddar cheese— Hold it. Three, three good reasons: Fall foliage, cheddar cheese, and maple syrup. No, wait…four, four good reasons: Fall foliage,...
Wolfgang Denzel: A Porsche Competitor Then and Now

Wolfgang Denzel: A Porsche Competitor Then and Now

  As a schoolboy in Austria, Wolfgang Denzel gave fellow students advice on how to build racing bikes. Born into a bell foundry family in 1908, Denzel had built his own motorcycle by the time he was 22 and he went on to become a champion rider on BMWs. After the war,...
Porsche Essence Tuned to 11

Porsche Essence Tuned to 11

1970, August, the South of France: The Blueprint for Singer. Five-year old Rob Dickinson was on holiday with his parents, chugging along the Auto Route in a VW Beetle. A 911 Targa shot past them. His father said, “That’s a 911.” The die was cast. From that day on,...
In Love. Again. And Again. And Still.

In Love. Again. And Again. And Still.

Some people might suggest Jack Gish is fickle. After all, he’s been in love so many times. In 1969 Gish was a high school senior, working at his father’s distributorship of industrial fasteners in Howard Beach, NY. A chance meeting with an enthusiastic salesman...

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