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From the beginning Ferry Porsche was skeptical of the Speedster as an entry-level model, saying that “stripping a car only degrades it without achieving the intended result.” Though Hoffman initially proved him wrong, the Speedster was neither a comfortable nor a convenient car, and in August 1958, Porsche discontinued the design and replaced it with a more civilized model first known as the Speedster D. Photo: Dennis Adler.

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