I've been a Porsche tragic since I first heard the sound of a flat 6 air cooled 911 back in the 1970s. I bought my first Porsche, a 987 Cayman S, when I got made redundant about 10 years ago. It was either do something sensible with the money or something for me. I've never looked back and since have moved through a 997 Turbo, a Cayenne GTS and now a 991 GT3. All my P cars have been driven hard and regularly. After all, they were made to drive. Every trip is an experience, enriched further by sharing with friends or other Porsche enthusiasts. Can't stand the market shift to investors treating these amazing machines as assets. Kills it for the real enthusiasts!