Pacific Coast 356


Sometimes it pays to take the road less traveled.  Tiny San Gregorio, California, is just off the Pacific Coast Highway (Highway 1), about an hour south of San Francisco.  It’s a small town with a traditional general store, where you can buy dutch ovens and ranch gear just as easily as you can find scented candles and handmade soap.

The payoff was a 1960 Porsche 356 1600 Super parked in front of an old garage.  The car is listed on the Porsche registry, and every bit of it was immaculate.  Just a little bit off the beaten path.

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Stars and stripes and horsepower – Happy July 4th!


It’s America’s birthday, time to celebrate with the stars and stripes.  This is the 1972 Greenwood Corvette 427 ZL-1 that raced at Le Mans in 1972, breaking the record for GT cars at 220 mph. Today, it’s part of John Goodman’s incredible collection and a patriotic example of an American classic.