This is a savvy, thinking man’s supercar. Yes, it needs additional luggage space and a more bespoke cabin to justify its sticker price. But when it comes to slaying dragons, this missile from Marysville is Bruce Lee on wheels.
The car’s name was Ziggy, but it didn’t come from Mars. It came from the Southern California garage of Marty Fiolka, who graciously loaned Automobile this 1964 Porsche 356 C, which has been in his family for decades.
The open road has long symbolized the liberating power of possibility, an invitation to escape one’s current bonds of circumstance and journey to a new perspective or, perhaps, new reality. It’s a metaphor that became far more real during the first running of the Drive Toward a Cure road rally—an automotive adventure organized to accelerate fundraising and awareness for the fight against Parkinson’s disease.