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      08-23-2007 10:16 AM #76
      Yeah I really do love the 356 Speedster, and it is one of the few vintage cars I would buy. However when I thought about what I would enjoy driving more, I had to cull it off my list. Speed, sound and handling wins everytime with me unfortunately. Btw, Martini 917 = [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG] .
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      gt2 is a luxury car, yes.

    2. 08-23-2007 10:32 AM #77
      eddie, i don't know about the track car having a turbo,
      but those 3 piece speedlines are the hottest rims i've ever seen.

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      08-23-2007 10:39 AM #78
      Quote, originally posted by aussie jimmy »
      but those 3 piece speedlines are the hottest rims i've ever seen.

      uuum, maybe if you were blind since 1993.

    4. 08-23-2007 10:52 AM #79
      Quote, originally posted by TMK-001 »
      uuum, maybe if you were blind since 1993.

      they suit the 968 and 911.
      name 4 rims that look better...?

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      08-23-2007 10:59 AM #80
      BBS LM for one...
      OZ Superturismo GTs maybe...
      BBS RS 003
      Simmons B45's
      ROH Hot Wires.

    6. 08-23-2007 11:08 AM #81
      Quote, originally posted by TMK-001 »
      BBS LM for one...
      OZ Superturismo GTs maybe...
      BBS RS 003
      Simmons B45's
      ROH Hot Wires.

      i reckon you got 2 right.
      lm's and superturismos are classics and will suit the 968
      and that's about it...
      if were talking other cars and rims overall, howabout
      your 2002 on alpinas?
      or dino 246gt on campagnolos?
      or speed lines on f40?
      these are all iconic wheels and have been around many years before 1993... [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      08-23-2007 11:49 AM #82
      Yeah, I was winding you up. I prefer Porsche Twists to the ones above...
      Campagnolos, Alpinas, you are talking the talk. I'd have Sportec's too.

    8. 08-23-2007 01:12 PM #83
      the chris harris 911 project will do it for me
      http://www.autocar.co.uk/Video...T=34|
      old school looks, gt3 performance, green.

    9. 08-23-2007 01:26 PM #84
      ah robinoz beat me to it!
      has anyone watched the autocar videos posted?
      it's the perfect goddamn porsche!

    10. 08-23-2007 06:33 PM #85
      Quote, originally posted by TMK-001 »
      Yeah, I was winding you up.

      did you have your 'Goober' hat on at the time
      horses for courses...i like old skool too, but if its gonna be a track-car, i would prefer something newer
      i like this tho [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]



      Modified by Gumbi at 3:34 PM 8-23-2007

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      08-23-2007 06:53 PM #86
      They are all pics I took at Phillip Island Historics in March. It was awesome for a Porsche fan... or any classic car fan for that matter.
      I'd have a new one too! The GT3RS in silver with charcoal side stripes... carbon mirrors and wing end plates. I think the contrast color on them looks a bit much.

    12. 08-23-2007 06:57 PM #87
      The only other porsche I'd buy, which I nearly did about a year ago, is the 993 RSR. Rusty French's old one was for sale up in Qld.

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      08-23-2007 07:02 PM #88
      Wasn't that a RSCS? I'd take one of his 935's as well maybe... at a stretch.

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      08-23-2007 09:19 PM #89
      Quote, originally posted by aussie jimmy »
      i haven't been diagnosed yet,
      but i think i have contracted
      P O R S C H E M A D N E S S!
      anybody else here got it yet?
      feels good [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

      I have had this since I was four years old... when i was a kid I had about a squillion Matchbox cars, most of them Porsches.
      Quattro drivers do it on all fours....

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      08-23-2007 09:46 PM #90
      Quote, originally posted by TMK-001 »
      I'd have a new one too! The GT3RS in silver with charcoal side stripes... carbon mirrors and wing end plates. I think the contrast color on them looks a bit much.

      Nah, what, Orange with the black contrast, or come to think of it black with the orange contrast like the one at PCM now...70's vibe brother.
      Quote Originally Posted by WAY View Post
      I am planning to keep this for awhile. I am deadly serious too.

    16. 08-23-2007 09:46 PM #91
      interesting article/comparo a few issues back on Excellence on a 2.7 cayman vs 2.7 73RS
      even though the RS had a significant power to weight ratio advantage, the cayman still managed to have the wood over it RS

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      08-23-2007 09:58 PM #92
      Yeah, 35 years of Porsche R&D does that...
      Mark, my background prior to the 135i that I have at the moment was the black GT3RS with orange... having seen the car in person, I was a bit ho hum on the orange details on the wings, badges and mirrors (kinda like the white mirrors on a black Cooper S with a white roof... you know what I mean...) I'd just go a shade more subtle.

    18. 08-23-2007 10:11 PM #93
      mmmm, fire

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      08-23-2007 10:19 PM #94
      Inconspicuous exit

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      08-23-2007 11:22 PM #95
      Boo! [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthdown.gif[/IMG]
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      08-23-2007 11:26 PM #96
      Quote, originally posted by Enzothemaddog »
      The only other porsche I'd buy, which I nearly did about a year ago, is the 993 RSR. Rusty French's old one was for sale up in Qld.

      Like this one ?


    22. 08-24-2007 02:41 AM #97
      Quote, originally posted by RichSawkins »
      Like this one ?

      Im pretty sure by the bonnet and double windscreen wiper that thats an RS which has been upgraded to RSR spec. Also, even though easily changed, the rims that come standard on an RSR are LM's not those. Why would you change?
      Toodles, the RSCS that I showed you was actually a Euro RS spec upgraded to RSR/GT2 spec, the owner failed to release that info til the last minute which is why I dont own it. IMO, the RSCS is still highly desirable but would still 'prefer' a 'factory' RSR. Does'nt mean I would'nt buy a 'factory' RSCS if I was offered one at the right money!
      My driver used to race a Jeff Morgan Vodafone sponsored RSCS back in the 90's in the then Porsche Cup equivalent, and whenever the RSR turned up they were blown away down the straights.
      I would take either though come to think of it.

    23. 08-24-2007 02:43 AM #98
      Quote, originally posted by Gumbi »
      interesting article/comparo a few issues back on Excellence on a 2.7 cayman vs 2.7 73RS
      even though the RS had a significant power to weight ratio advantage, the cayman still managed to have the wood over it RS

      Try the 3.4L Cayman S [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      08-24-2007 03:41 AM #99
      What used to run at the pointy end of the the production car series? I remember it had those distinct intakes built into the rear tail and Falken? sponsorship.
      My favorite Porsche is the original 911 Club Sport. One was featured on the Car Show a few weeks ago
      http://www.thecarshow.com.au/web-tv-ep21.htm
      BTW I occasionally look through used 911's on Car sales etc and so so many of them are poseur models like convertibles or even autos.


      Modified by sweatyworker at 4:44 PM 8-24-2007
      Quote Originally Posted by Mr Stubby, Esq. View Post
      buy both, save time.

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      08-24-2007 03:45 AM #100
      Quote, originally posted by Enzothemaddog »
      Im pretty sure by the bonnet and double windscreen wiper that thats an RS which has been upgraded to RSR spec. Also, even though easily changed, the rims that come standard on an RSR are LM's not those. Why would you change?

      Sounds like you know far to much about the 993 and way way more about these than me, I'll just add that I was told it was a 'real' one back then ( about 10 years ago) and as a road legal car in the UK it probably had to have two wipers. This pic was taken at a Porsche Club GB meeting at Castle Coombe. There are a few more of this car and others at http://gallery.rennlist.com/gallery/album659
      Cheers
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