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 10/8/2013 10:57 AM
 
Save the Flash

Not so long ago (for me) in the sixties, when I passed a foreign car in my Austin Healey Bug Eyed Sprite, as a sign of acknowledgment, the drivers would flash their headlights or simply wave. It was an acknowledgment of a kindred spirit.

With the best engineered and designed performance cars in the world, the Porsche owners of today exemplify this spirit even more. Though some still practice the tradition, many old owners have gotten lazy and many new owners have never learned this important tradition. Owning a Porsche is a unique experience. Do your part to preserve the experience... keep the flash alive!


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 11/15/2015 1:26 PM
 

Yeah, it's a shame that this practice has fallen away.  I see motorcyclist waving at each other all the time, but seldom see Porsche owners doing that.  I read some where that when two Porsche owners pass each other on the road, the owner of the newer Porsche would initiate the flash, and the owner of the older Porsche would return the flash.  It's a sign of respect for the older Porsche, and the magnificent history we all share in owning a Porsche.  I've passed many a newer Porsche on the roads, and have never seen any them of them initiate the flash (I have a 1995 993 Carrera), but I am all too happy to flash my lights at the older Porsche.  Yes let's keep this practice alive!  --Manny

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