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Title:

Candy Land

Issue:

#113, September 2002, page 142

Author:

Dom Miliano

Length:

3-pages (1½-pages of text, the rest is photos)

Synopsis:

Miliano goes to Hershey, PA for the 2002 Porsche 968 Celebration. Almost forty 968s gathered to celebrate the last of Porsche's 4-cylinder models.


Title:

Questions & Answers

Issue:

#73, November 1997, page 134

Author:

Jim Pasha

Length:

1½-pages of text

Synopsis:

In response to some reader's 944 questions, Pasha comments on:
- Correct warm up procedure for a 944 Turbo
- 944 performance driving
- Aftermarket performance chips
- Causes of steering vibrations
- Safety harness mounting points
- Tips for installing the windshield gasket


Title:

The FAQs of Owning a Front-Engined Porsche

Issue:

#59, February 1996, page 108

Author:

Jim Pasha

Length:

5-pages of text, tables and diagrams

Synopsis:

Pasha answers a series of common questions that he's received over the years on the 924/944/968 and 928.


Title:

924 Brakes, Struts and More

Issue:

#57, November 1995, page 107

Author:

Jim Pasha

Length:

5½-pages of text, tables and diagrams

Synopsis:

This piece touches on the following very broad range of topics:
- 924 brakes
- 924/944/968 parking brake
- 924/944/968 upper strut bearings
- Headlight problems
- Evaporative emissions control
- 16v timing chain ramps
- 924/944/968 interior notes


Title:

Hunting for used parts

Issue:

#44, April 1994, page 94

Author:

Jim Pasha

Length:

5-pages (3½ pages of text, the rest are photos)

Synopsis:

Pasha gives advice on purchasing used parts for the 924/944/968 and 928. He describes how and where to find, and what to look for.


Title:

Good Reading for the Porsche Enthusiast

Issue:

#21, June 1990, page 50

Author:

Bruce Anderson

Length:

4½-pages of text and tables

Synopsis:

Anderson provides an invaluable list of the following Porsche publications for all models up to time of writing the article:
- Technical Bulletins
- Technical Specification Books
- Fact Books
- Technical Information Booklets
- Workshop Manuals
- Owners' Manuals
- Spare Parts Catalogs


Title:

A Bit About Gas

Issue:

#2, March 1987, page 47

Author:

Bruce Anderson

Length:

3½-pages

Synopsis:

Anderson provides a technical explanation of gasoline. Octane ratings, compression ratios and additives are discussed.