“Everyone wanted to get out of the car because they were afraid of the turkey,” said John Tarabocchia, dispelling any uncertainty about the scariest part of a driving a very fast car into a flying turkey. Not the blunt surprise of impact, or even the minor cuts the family suffered from flying windshield shards—just…
The biggest challenge of Porsche ownership isn't the small dick jokes or expensive maintenance. It's the unprovoked turkey attacks.
The art of selling cars has always been big business. These brochure images, from the archives at Oldcarbrochures.com, show how things were done in the good ol' days.