Perfect destination for Porsche outing

SEXY, sleek and German. There is nothing quite like a Porsche.

Heads were turning all over town yesterday as 24 Porsches pulled into Warwick for the Jumpers and Jazz Festival.

Queensland Porsche Club marketing and social convenor Greg McWhinney, from The Glasshouse Mountains, said Warwick was an obvious choice this time of year because it catered to the interests of both men and women.

“The festival was a good excuse for a drive,” Mr McWhinney said.

“Markets and jazz for the ladies - well I like all that too - and a good pub meal and beer for the blokes.”

However Mr McWhinney said the expensive convoy did attract some attention.

“We did get guys who pulled up to us at the lights wanting a race, but at the end of the day, I'm still driving a Porsche,” he joked.



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