Prepare to turn a deaf ear to the Missus' complaints, because Porsche has announced plans to erect a new museum next to its main plant in Stuttgart to provide ogling space for its insane collection of cars. Construction will begin next year on the structure that will contain an observable operating workshop, meeting facilities, and obviously, a bunch (like 80) of rare P-cars. Only 20 of the Museum's 300 historic vehicles will be on display at a time, although exhibits will rotate to give face time to all of the models. So you may want to go back more than once, is what I'm saying. And if the lady gives you crap about it, just make love to her on the back on the 1912 Austro Daimler Fire Engine and consider your visit a success.
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