Obviously planted by Customs to eliminate a patsy for their ringers.
The most impressive feature of these photos is how well you managed to keep out of frame the swaths of “former B-list extreme sports athlete who fell ass-backwards into a small fortune and bought an air-cooled 911 when you could pick them up in exchange for a pack of cigarettes and a handjob and wants to talk to you…
With spoon engines, T66 turbos, NOS, Motec exhaust, and Mashimoto tires. All courtesy of Harry’s, of course, overnighted from Japan.
Man, this is awesome! Thanks for chiming in.
How do you sleep at night? (I kid, but I imagine that still stings, even if you had great reasons for not doing it at the time).
No doubt, but there’s a lot of scuttlebutt out there that dedicated track GT3s have significant reduced engine lives compared to street cars. Just depends on how much of that 108k came on track. I’m sure there’s still plenty of life left and they’re still incredibly robust compared to your average race car, but street…
Yeah I’ll edit that to say that it won’t “probably” need a running through, but I think you’d want to budget that in mind given the track use, just for your own sanity. But by all means, take care of it and beat it into submission until it cries uncle, fix it, and do it all over again.
Right? Motor will probably need a running through in the not too distant future, but you’ve got a lot of money to play with at that price. I’d buy it in a heartbeat.
Guess that would sum it up! Wild how many cars they’re producing now.
Seems frighteningly accurate
Yup, exactly my thought. Not sure what to make of it!
This one definitely had a Singer badge on the trunk though and was a spot on execution to the Singer thesis, Gunthers don’t tend to be as backdated.
Aside from the terminal understeer, the VR6 portion of my MkIV was the least problematic thing in the car, weirdly.
TDI certainly helps, but I’m inclined to call you a liar to your face at “zero electrical problems”, although that’s probably just my MkIV PTSD kicking in.
There are plenty of responses which one could give to promote the reliability of modern day VWs.
The Formula E season has shaped up into a series of races that is as exciting and incredibly unpredictable as Formula One has been the opposite.
This series’ refs and the refs in the Blues/Stars series need to have a meeting of the minds, because the refs in the latter seem to want to call everything icing.
But it’s important to lambaste baseball’s unwritten rules at any and every opportunity!