for 5 years by the refiner
GT 2 fender
18 inch wheel with wheel spacers
size 225 and 265er tires
Porsche 944 Turbo CUP racing chassis
sports air filter
with Eprom, metal-Kat 100Zeller previous stainless-steel sport exhaust system, with now 265 hp
Momo steering wheel from Japan, Orig.Airbag steering wheel while
Various emblems, Porsche aluminum handbrake lever etc.
bucket seats with electric. Schroth harness belts,
original 968 Turbo rear spoiler
is mint green original paint, newly painted
black surface is foiled, can be removed
Veh drives. Extremely accurate and is technically in top form!
part of the problem lies in the tacked-on fender flares. I made a post earlier today of a yellow 968 with what looks like the same kit and spewed a bit of gaff on it. I think I said something to the effect of the flares not complimenting the 968's already perfect design; the responses were about equal on likes and dislikes, but that wasn't the reason I made the comment to begin with.
to do right by the 968's lines and those who penned them, more thought should've been put into their design. so rather than looking like prosthetic hips and shoulders, they should've been blended into the lines. I'll give you two very well known examples of properly executed flares on Porsches—the 1973 2.8 911 RSR and the 924 GTP (aka the 944 prototype) below:
aside from all of my gibberish, this 968 has the kick to match the look with an extra 25hp over stock and may have all it needs to take her straight to the track without much ado after removing the silly brushed silvery appliqué bits all over the dash. it's a sports car not a blender you ninny.
here's the link to the listing:
and if you were at all curious on how to slap this body kit on your 968, follow this link: