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Amelia Island Concours Report: A Porsche-Eye View

Amelia Island Concours Report: A Porsche-Eye View

March 10, 2020 by

Mike Espindle Mike Espindle

As a guest of Porsche for the 25th Annual Amelia Island Concours D’Elegance car extravaganza, I was invited to test drive the new all-electric Taycan Turbo S from Porsche’s corporate headquarters in Atlanta to the show grounds near Jacksonville, Florida. The special Taycans for this journey were decked out in elaborate racing livery, and one, my personal choice to drive, was dubbed the “Pink Pig.” It had a special livery wrap that mimicked a diagram of the different cuts of a side of pork you might find in a German butcher’s shop! While my game-changing impressions of the car will follow soon on mensbook.com, I wanted to share some incredible vintage eye candy from the popular Werks Reunion competition at the Concours involving nearly 600 vintage and late model Porsche vehicles that outshone the competition.













Amelia Island Concours Report: A Porsche-Eye View

March 10, 2020 by Mike Espindle

As a guest of Porsche for the 25th Annual Amelia Island Concours D’Elegance car extravaganza, I was invited to test drive the new all-electric Taycan Turbo S from Porsche’s corporate headquarters in Atlanta to the show grounds near Jacksonville, Florida. The special Taycans for this journey were decked out in elaborate racing livery, and one, my personal choice to drive, was dubbed the “Pink Pig.” It had a special livery wrap that mimicked a diagram of the different cuts of a side of pork you might find in a German butcher’s shop! While my game-changing impressions of the car will follow soon on mensbook.com, I wanted to share some incredible vintage eye candy from the popular Werks Reunion competition at the Concours involving nearly 600 vintage and late model Porsche vehicles that outshone the competition.