Here were this month's questions:
(This month's contest ended October 31, 2018 The next contest will be posted on the 10th.)
- We all know that many predict that Electric Vehicles will replace our beloved Gasoline Burning Road Monsters, be it Porsche or anything else. In fact, _________ , a Country very friendly with the USA is so sure of this that they have Passed a New Law that says any New Home built in that County must have EV Charging capability built into the New Home's Electrical System.
- Cars just like people have Generations. The 356 had 4; the original 356, then the 356A, then the 356B, and finally the 356C. So, we find ourselves asking where we are in the 911 Generation; as the next being the _______ will be out in early 2019.
- In 1965 if you lived in Europe you could have your choice of the traditional 356, or the new 911, or if money was an object but you liked the newer body style of the 911, then you could opt for the 912. That was a 911 with a 356SC Engine. It was not until 1966 that the 912 was available outside of Europe. Some say that many would buy a 912 and put a 911 designation on the rear decklid. What color were the Porsche Lettering and 912 Numbers on a 912?
- In 1998 the new 996 debuted in Coupe form in Germany, and in the Spring of 1998 it was presented as a 1999 model in the USA. Color selection had been paired down a bit to keep the assembly lines moving rapidly. In addition to the standard Black and Glacier White, which of the following colors were NOT a standard of the line Color?
- In 1965 when the 911 was introduced for Sale it had 130 HP and weighed 2380 lbs (the 1967 911S was only 2272 lbs & the 911R was only about 1800 lbs). By 1999 the little Porsche was getting a bit 'fat around the middle' (as many of us humans do too) as all the Water Cooled Engine, Again Increased Wheelbase, Extra Creature Comforts and Safety Equipment brought the weight up to _______ lbs; but at least the standard Engine HP was also up to 300HP.