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It's unbelievable.... What a car in every way! Review to follow once I've calmed down a little
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You won't calm down in any hurryIt's unbelievable.... What a car in every way! Review to follow once I've calmed down a little
As a fellow UK owner of a CGTS in agate grey with the GTS interior with carmine red may I congratulate you on your impeccable taste!It's unbelievable.... What a car in every way! Review to follow once I've calmed down a little
Guaji, please write up a review about the Porsche Atlanta PEC. We pick up our CGTS on June 07th so any information would be helpful.@ZuffenHouseRules , I took this photo while at the PEC in Atlanta last week. It’s a light fixture on the ceiling in the cafe. I noticed that just about all the demo cars on display out front and inside were manuals. And congratulations @UKGTS, nice review.
I flew up to Atlanta on a Tuesday afternoon, since I had a 9:00 experience the following day. I stayed at the Solis hotel which is very nice and located next to the PEC, so around 8 am I walked over to the center. I checked in and signed some papers and they gave me a pager to let me know when to return to the desk and meet my instructor. I requested Philip Adler (who I chated with on Facebook) for a Master the Manual sesssion. As I was waiting for the instructor, I walked around the first floor checking out some cars....it’s a very nice facility. I felt like I was in Germany....clean and modern. When my pager went off, I went back to the check in desk to meet the instructor. We immediately went down to where the cars are by the track...I had a black 718 Cayman S with red interior. We talked briefly about what I was looking to get out of the experience. I told him that I wanted to learn more about what the car is capable of and it’s driving dynamics in a safe environment.Guaji, please write up a review about the Porsche Atlanta PEC. We pick up our CGTS on June 07th so any information would be helpful.
It was $400 plus $50 for the insurance waiver. I believe, but not certain, that anyone can visit. There is the restaurant there...I think it’s called 356, so anyone can make a reservation and go. The center sits within the airport perimeter, so one is subject to security verification at the entrance gate. I am not sure if they also check whether you have a reservation.Two questions...
(1) How much did the Atlanta PEC thing that you did cost?
(2) Can you also just go there and look around and watch?