THE PORSCHE

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* * * THE PORSCHE Sir,

As a Porsche addict I was most interested in Jenkinson’s article. I am now running a 1956 Porsche Speedster, having parted with my cabriolet. The latter I consider to be the most attractive and useful model the factory produce; when closed up it is silent and completely draught-free, like the saloon. The Speedster with the modern detail improvements is excellent, but the hood is tin low one nearly leaves one’s head behind when getting into it. Porsche motoring is a revelation to anyone used to ordinary stuff. I have had more fun from driving my Porsches than from any other car, and I have driven a wide range of sports cars. I am, Yours, etc.,

Etwall. G. R. FULLER.