I don't go in for modifications of this sort, but this chap's 928 is something to be seen in much greater detail. what started out as a basket case GT became this enthusiast's surrogate for cigarettes, and judging by the amount of work that went into this car, he must've been puffing four packs a day. listen to the roar this beast produces...it's an audible laxative.
part of me yearns to be a kid again and waste away the days in reckless abandon playing with scaled down versions of cars I dreamt of one day owning, but then would I really appreciate a toy like this? probably not...which is precisely why I want one now.
Friend of a friend's car out in Utah...enjoy!
a friend in the TV business once described to me how he gave this public figure a "VBJ." for those not savvy to TV producer parlance, VBJ stands for "Video Blowjob."
there was a crooked face; the sort that one makes when they've absolutely no clue what's being spoken about.
I finally understood—because I got one this morning.
this one is quite possibly one of my favorite videos of an owner discussing the virtues of a 944. Alejandro Palomo, a Spanish journalist, candidly points out the finer points of a car that in his words has vastly superior qualities over most modern cars and in the same breath cautions the viewer to disregard the notion that it's an "inexpensive" car to buy.
watching this video underscores the fact that our language of Porsche is one that transcends oceans, continents, and borders...well done.