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The Porsche Boxster Is An Attainable Dream Car

By   August 14, 2018

Porsche Boxster

Porsche Boxster

We all have dream cars. For some this would be a Porsche 911 Carrera RS 2.7, a McLaren P1, a Nissan GT-R, a Ferrari 250 GTO or a Corvette ZR1. Dream cars come in new and old packages and tend to be expensive.

Thankfully because of depreciation some dreams cars become within reach of average folks on the used market. Cars like the Porsche 911 and Corvette have become quite affordable for certain years and models. One of the most attainable dream cars currently is the 986 Porsche Boxster.

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How The Original Mazda MX-5 Miata Saved The Roadster

By   August 13, 2018

Original Mazda MX-5 Miata

Mazda MX-5 Miata

When you look at classic cars, many of the most desirable vintage cars offer an open-aired driving experience. Cars like the Porsche 550 Spyder and Shelby Cobra are roadsters that any enthusiast would love to have in their garage. Those two examples are so popular and rare that they have become some of the more common replicas.

In the 60’s roadsters like the MGB, Lotus Elan and Triumph TR6 showed the model that a roadster should follow (other than reliability). They weren’t the most powerful cars, but they let you have the wind in your hair in a fun to drive package.

In the early 90’s Mazda wanted to bring back the roadster in the spirit of these great British examples, but in a more reliable package.

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The Original Porsche Boxster Welcome Video

By   August 8, 2018

Original Porsche Boxster  Welcome Video

Original Porsche Boxster Welcome Video

Back when the Porsche Boxster first came out, in model year 1997, there was a huge waiting list to get an example of the new roadster. The Boxster would go on to help save Porsche from financial difficulties.

For those fortunate enough to get an early Boxster when new, the experience was different than many other vehicles. In general Porsche dealerships provide a no pressure, up scale selling environment. After all, the car sells itself.

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