996 GT3 MKI. The GT3 bodykit makes all the difference.
These are also nice:
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"We're society's crowbar. They hate us, they never want to acknowledge the dirty jobs they give us to do, but when the job is done they never throw us away - they just slip us back in the toolbox until they need us the next time. And there will always be a next time."-Jim Hooper. Beneath the Visiting Moon: Images of Combat in Southern Africa
I need to sell the GTO and buy something a lot more practical, since I recently bought a home. A 996 does nothing to solve my problem, but I want one!! The cheap factor is attractive, I love how the headlights alone seem to be the main contributor to the low resale value. I mean honestly, unless you put them right next to each other, the casual car fan is hard pressed to tell the difference between a similar model 996 and 997, except for the headlights!
-Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog
I saw this in a movie about a bus that had to speed around the city, keeping its speed over fifty, and if its speed dropped, the bus would explode! I think it was called, "The Bus That Couldn't Slow Down."
"Motorcycles - the cigarettes of transportation." Seth Meyers
I'll take the risk of hate, but I love the design of the 996. A friend of mines dad has one and I have "driven" that car quite a few times. Maybe the styling isn't the best of all Porsches, but I still love it.
looking at the prices of these things in flebay I gotta admit I'm seriously interested for my next ride.
Where can I find good info on the upkeep and maintenence on these things? There is big potential for me to bank some serious coin in the next couple of months and this could be a great present. Anyone got any info to help?
Maybe a 996 C4S with a 6-speed. Droooooooollllll!!!!!!