Nothing beats the driving experience of a classic Porsche. Whether you prefer the air-cooled era’s vintage looks or the bold styling and modern performance of the liquid-cooled generation, Porsche has a sports car for everyone. Which would you choose? Get behind the wheel and cruise through five of DriveShare’s most popular Porsches.
Sports cars are symbols of freedom, a need-for-speed and impeccable style. Here are DriveShare’s top five favorite sports cars for spirited driving.
Experiencing the drive: 1983 Porsche 911 Cabriolet vs. Porsche 944 Turbo There’s a saying, “there’s no replacement for a Porsche,” and that may be true. Anyone lucky enough to drive one will agree that the air-cooled wail, high-revs, superior handling and out-of-the-box horsepower of the 911 can’t be experienced with any other marque. But, as […]
Ah, October. The month of sweatshirts, pumpkin spice everything, fall driving tours, and, of course, Halloween. DriveShare curated a list of top cool cars to compliment your Halloween ensemble.
Disembark with us on a journey back to when Land Yachts ruled the streets. These vessels don massive bodies and plush interiors. Miles per gallon? Land Yachts measure efficiency in smiles to the gallon! Kick back and enjoy a tour of some of our finest craft. Custom Land Yacht: Benjamin’s 1971 Chevrolet Impala Custom If […]
Welcome to Boston, New England’s city shaped by the sea! Boston is one of the oldest cities in America and is rich in urban exploration. Among the many museums and historical sites, there are cannoli to eat and water taxis to catch. The question is, where to start? Fret not; we have hand-selected a list of destinations […]
Discover California’s finest city, San Diego! San Diego is the eighth-largest city in America and boasts a mild climate year-round. Among the palm trees and sunshine, there is a lot to do and see! The question is, where to start? Not to worry, we have curated a list of places and experiences to help you pre-plan your […]
Since Ford’s unveiling of the Mustang in April 1964, General Motors sat back and watched Ford’s runaway success. Although Chevrolet had the European styled Corvair in its arsenal since 1960, poor press from Ralph Nader’s book “Unsafe at Any Speed” placed a notable dent in sales. In late-1964, Chevrolet Motor Division was given the mission […]
Ford built a vehicle that was tough enough to serve as a workhorse, yet comfortable enough to haul the family. This is how the first Sport Utility Vehicle was born.
There are ways to keep your classic cool in the sizzling heat, and best of all, you don’t have to break the bank to perform the first five preventative measures in this list.