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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Bongolia, Aug 6, 2009.
never post this again here ever
Its too beautiful.
Ia this a Porche?
Body architecture: 2-seat
Overall dimensions (mm): length 4060, width 1760, height 1110
Wheelbase, front and rear track: 2450,1380,1460
Front and rear overhang: 895,715
Engine position and drive: mid longitudinal engine, rear drive
Engine: Porsche Bonomelli Tuning 6 cylinder horizontally opposed, 2400 cc/cm3, 220 HP at 7800 rpm
This is unaffordable? Sorry to hear that.
1994 C4, going price for a nice low mile example about $28-40k.
Saw one of these driving down my street yesterday. Local company imports them and makes them US Dot legal. At one point I saw more than a dozen of them in their shop.
If we ever come out of the recession (and all the fuggin deficit spending that's become so popular) that price will seem a bargain. That's a rare iconic vehicle- it'll be worth 7 figures someday.
Great price if you got the cash.
I had an '82 911sc in wine rot metallic. fun car, but not a realistic daily driver in our traffic out here. plus the a/c sucked, even when it was charged.
I sold it to buy a chevy tahoe. what a moran.
I own a 68 912 that my father purchased new from the factory in Stuttgart while stationed in Germany. It needs some restoration, but my father had already had extensive work done in 1979. I have no pics to post.
the price for clean 912 has gone through the roof in the last ten years. they used to be poor mans 911's but they made so few of them that they are now a sought after and worth it.
Pics are needed! :ddog
It is amazing as well that my 914 is shooting up in value. Even with the financial times. Maybe she is my retirement fund?
Watch out for rust. The boxbeams aren't painted on the inside.