The most fun time filler of my trip to Germany was the rental of a 1987 911 from Passo Tourismo in Munich. I was able to book the 911 from 9 – 5 on Saturday to drive around southern Germany and Austria. Passo Tourismo is owned and managed by Lars Eise, an ex-investment banker who wants to share his enthusiasm of air-cooled 911s with other enthusiasts. In addition to just renting a classic 911 for the day, Passo Tourismo provides all inclusive self-guided 1-4 day road trips with route books, points of interest, multi-course meals and 4 star hotels. In my case, I opted for the do-it-yourself route through some nice twisty roads around Berchtesgaden with a lunch break at the Hotel Sacher in Salzburg, complete with a Sacher Torte for desert.
next to the Salzburg airport for a mind-blowing display of Red Bull owned airplanes, helicopters, F1 cars, and the most amazing portrait of Freddy Mercury made from wine corks. I left Hanger 7 and found more winding roads and made my way back to Munich. Unfortunately, the only time during the day when it wasn’t raining was the final 15 minutes before dropping the car. I sat with Lars for about an hour when I returned, and promised I would share my “Roadtrip of a Lifetime” experience with other PCA members.
When you stop by, tell him Kevin sent you.