NASHVILLE – We’re driving along a 2-laner through the town of Dull, just outside of Nashville, but our ride is anything but. 911 Carrera 4S offers open air and all-wheel drive. That’s because we’re doing some top-down cruising in a Porsche 911 Carrera 4S convertible. It’s an unseasonably warm, late-October day, the sun is shining and the changing leaves paint a picturesque backdrop along these twisting backwoods roads in central Tennessee. So what’s not to like? Certainly not ...
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