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Old 09-06-2016, 10:07 PM
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Default Anyone catch the article in Hemmings Sports & Exotic Car?

The Transaxle Porsches, including the Porsches which defied tradition (like the 928)

I was at the local Barnes and Noble, and didn't see it... None? Went on sale 8/23
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Yes, got in the mail. Red 968 on cover.
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Old 09-07-2016, 09:45 AM
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yes; very good article. Hemmings is one of the few that understand these front engine water cooled Porsches.
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Old 09-07-2016, 11:50 AM
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Any good history or insights about the 928?
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nothing new, but well presented nevertheless. A keeper for the literature collection for sure.
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Its more press....it keeps coming to the surface more and more. More respect.
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It's another sad day for magazines. Got a letter with my subscription stating this is the last addition of this great magazine. I was introduced to several exotics and learned more about others. What other magazine will cover my personal favorites, an early 80's Supra and a 928. This magazine was like a box full of chocolate.
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Originally Posted by Tomkat80222 View Post
It's another sad day for magazines. Got a letter with my subscription stating this is the last addition of this great magazine. I was introduced to several exotics and learned more about others. What other magazine will cover my personal favorites, an early 80's Supra and a 928. This magazine was like a box full of chocolate.
Yes, and converted our remaining subscription to "Hemmings (American) Classic Cars". How nice... [/sarcasm]

But at least they were kind enough to include a phone# to cancel and get a refund, which I immediately did...
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What?!?!?
Sonuvab*tch...
I LOVE that magazine. Its what pushed me over the edge to buy a 928.
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very sad indeed.
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yeah too bad, Ive been a reader since 2009 when I had my Delorean. Always a good read and I liked the variety of cars covered.
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My friend was to have his Opel GT featured in the next issue. The photos had been taken and everything. He is very sad.
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Yea, sad sad news. RIP Hemmings Sports and Exotic Car magazine. It will be missed.

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I've flipped through this mag before but never had a subscription. Keith Martin's Sports Car Market is one of my favorite reads for classic and vintage sports cars. Definitely worth looking into if you never have before.
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Originally Posted by GT6ixer View Post
I've flipped through this mag before but never had a subscription. Keith Martin's Sports Car Market is one of my favorite reads for classic and vintage sports cars. Definitely worth looking into if you never have before.
Second that!
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