If you are this much interested in cars then surely you’ll be fascinated, at least, about the legendary Porsche. Perhaps why your interest in this German legend is not as strong as it should be has to do with two things. One thing being your national pride. That’s great, and that’s good, but loyalty does not always work in your favor on a personal level. Parts and components may work well for others but your discerning interest in motor cars may suggest otherwise. And take pride in what other nations have gone on to achieve. Still to this day, the Germans have this much to showcase to the rest of the world. They remain meticulous to a fault.
They remain world-renowned for their engineering prowess and their commitment to excellence. The next reason why the Porsche has not garnered enough interest for you has to do with affordability and accessibility. Indirectly, you could be driving a Porsche right now. You could be driving around in something as modest as the old Volkswagen (the people’s car) and you are driving around in a car that has come from the same fingers of the engineers that built the Porsche. The old Volkswagen and mercurial Porsche 356 are part and parcel of the same family. If you were not in a position to keep it in the family, you can simply join the family.
You do not even need paperwork to do this. All you need to do is knock on the collector’s door, ask nicely, and he’ll pick out a second hand Porsche for you to drive away in. You will be able to because this car will be affordable. And just because its second hand does not mean that you are deprived of the legend’s quality.