NOTAKILL...Porsche none the less
This is a discussion on NOTAKILL...Porsche none the less within the Kill Stories forums, part of the Racing Forums category; Originally Posted by Chicago Camaro Once I finish all my mods, my car would gladly eat that carrera for brekfast, ...
07-06-2007, 05:06 AM #41
07-07-2007, 05:16 AM #42
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I tried to call out a 1992 or so Ferrari F355, to no avail. It would have been a good race, but he would've ended up the victor. I think that another reason that those guys tend to avoid races is they know that some of the people who want to race them have a trick or two up their sleeve. And who wants to be seen in their $100,000+ exotic getting flogged by a sub-50,000 or better yet, sub-30000 dollar "common" domestic?!?!
07-07-2007, 07:14 AM #43
07-07-2007, 10:22 AM #44
another thing that's funny to point out with these types of imports is how delicate they are. My buddy had a porshe from the 80s, thing was nice, but it seemed like every week there was a problem with it. He was glad to switch to a suburu wrx. A company like porshe as well as their consumers are looking for fast cars that are engineered well, with that "historic pedigree" and meanwhile in the long term you don't get a car that is practical and dependable. In America you still get many problems on cars (read the 70's vega), but deep inside the goal is to run strong, and run long. and you know what if a camaro selling for 20,000 new can run neck and neck with a ferrari 100,000 that is the goal all along.
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