These retro designs for modern cars are great.
LOL. I grew up 5 miles from there & I never did the dune tour. Thanks for adding $ to the local economy!
I know. Can't believe it's gotten this far. Can't wait to see it paintless!
I’ve often wondered if there were a way to take a classic car like this and re-engineer what’s underneath to be stronger/safer. Reading this, my guess is no.
<Looks up Porsche IMS Bearing>
I’m 6'1 and when I sat in it I could get the seat to a comfortable position. I'll test drive it next week.
$10-12 thousand. Instead of spending way too much money on something newer & faster than the Mustang I sold, COUGH<Supra>COUGH, I thought I’d try to get something cheaper & smaller. Never considered a Porsche.
“Look more fun than they actually are” is what I was wondering. Was hoping not. I’ll have to make a final decision when I test drive it.
This type of stuff is what I want to know. I’m coming off a v8 mustang. It was never sluggish, but did feel big. We’ll see if a Sky Redline is something I could live with. I should do my due diligence and test a Miata though.
Looks. But I’ve never driven one so, maybe I can get past that. Perhaps I should cross shop.
If $10,000 USD is a fair price for 2007 redline, manual, 36k miles, no mods with minor wear and tear.
thats super close to me. I'll have to check it out before it rains in the afternoon.
I saw a completely out of place LaFerrari today. But if this were also on that street, it would've had all my attention.
Yeah I’ve got 2 weeks to practice before I have to load my Camaro on it. Abandoned Factory Parking Lot, here I come.
Black roof WOULD look nice. Maybe some matching gold wheels? Maybe I’ll Photoshop it later when I get home.
Wait, you have to pay to compete?
How about this “R”? Sorry for low quality, sketched this on my phone.