Duck & Whale Magazine Issue 19 - 132 Pages

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Welcome to Duck & Whale issue 19.
In this edition, we feature 9 freedom machines. 

Our cover car, the Porsche 964 30th Anniversary Edition 911, shines a light on the mid 1980s, a significant time for fans of design and technology. In Frankfurt Porsche debuted the 959 supercar, while in Sydney a significant brutalist building opened its doors. Both created a lot of excitement at the time, but only one pointed the way to the future. 

Our next machine definitely qualifies for the performance category, in this article we showcase the immense talents of the new 718 Cayman GT4 RS. Next up, Paweł Kalinowski of CarBone talks us through their stunning project dubbed ‘Queen’. The Saffron Yellow Metallic 991 911 Turbo S of Michael Kane then lights up centre stage with its strikingly unique paint concept. Belgian Arne De Pauw takes us for a drive in his beautiful 1984 944 before we pull back the curtain on Duck & Whale itself, where I share an insight into our story and my own Porsche. Next up we look at the first ‘Styled by Duck & Whale’ car, a Porsche 986 Boxster 2.7 litre model, now enjoying a new home! 

Then, fascinating analogue photographer Bart Kuykens shows us his completed work dedicated to vintage Porsches and aficionados, called
‘A Flat6 Love Affair’. 

Later the lights go out and we venture into a dark warehouse to discover an amazing collection of significant manual only Porsche cars and the man entrusted to look after them. Last but not least we speak to founder and executive chairman of Singer Group, Rob Dickinson to give us his take on the turbo chapter.

“The art direction, layout, photography, and stories are fantastic. I always end up going for a drive as soon as I put the magazine down. Thank you for putting together a great magazine - never lift.”
Stan Thorne (Porsche Club of America)