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Old 07-15-2011, 09:43 PM
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996 GT2.

Always has been my dream Porsche since 2002.


However, since I will be making babies soon, I am looking into Mercedes E550s.
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Old 07-15-2011, 09:51 PM
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Old 07-15-2011, 10:04 PM
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Originally Posted by Randy V View Post
Sorry guys, just facing reality. I don't have the garace space to keep more than 2 cars at a time.

One day you'll all put down the Kool Aid.

Sacrilege!

As for me, in the words of Charlton Heston, you'll have to pry the wheel FROM MY COLD DEAD HANDS!
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Old 07-15-2011, 10:28 PM
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996TT probably. My wife says I'm only allowed 2 Porsches at a time, so I've sold my 944 in preparation for buying something else. Can't see me selling the 928 though?
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First choice MB CL63 or ClL5 depending on my financial situation. Gotta love the AMG power.
Second Choice Panamera Turbo - ugly but fast as hell. Prefer a 2 door though.
After these cars, I'll be too old drive anything except a motorized chair.
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Old 07-15-2011, 11:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Ather View Post
First choice MB CL63 or ClL5 depending on my financial situation. Gotta love the AMG power.
Second Choice Panamera Turbo - ugly but fast as hell. Prefer a 2 door though.
After these cars, I'll be too old drive anything except a motorized chair.
Sorry... typo, thats a CL63 or CL65
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Old 07-16-2011, 10:09 AM
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Originally Posted by Herman K View Post
Last year built '91 MB 420 SEL with only 53K miles should be good to go for another 15 years.

Roger even offered me $500 for the beast today

I bought one of those w/ similar miles for my wife. Now has 250K on the clock. Built like a tank.
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Old 07-16-2011, 11:32 AM
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Everyone has a preference and an opinion when it comes to cars. I owned Porsches (928,911,924), Ferraris, Viper GTS ACR, Jags, BMWs, Audis, and few other race cars. Having driven these cars I have a feeling my opinion is not bias towards one specific car. Therefore, here is a shocker for you (I'm sure most will disagree):

The best all around performance car that is also my prettiest car is Toyota Supra Twin Turbo (93-98). I have owned Supras along with other cars. The other cars were sold out, except the Supras. This is the only pleasant sports car that I know of. It is comfortable, and it will outperform anything on the street. Not to mention it is the most reliable (Porsche being the worst in this category) car of the bunch.

The GTR and the Gran Turismo is pretty as well. Whatever you do, go the Japanese way. Once you switch you'll never want another Italian or German machine.
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Old 07-16-2011, 12:09 PM
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Originally Posted by awegrzyn View Post
Everyone has a preference and an opinion when it comes to cars. I owned Porsches (928,911,924), Ferraris, Viper GTS ACR, Jags, BMWs, Audis, and few other race cars. Having driven these cars I have a feeling my opinion is not bias towards one specific car. Therefore, here is a shocker for you (I'm sure most will disagree):

The best all around performance car that is also my prettiest car is Toyota Supra Twin Turbo (93-98). I have owned Supras along with other cars. The other cars were sold out, except the Supras. This is the only pleasant sports car that I know of. It is comfortable, and it will outperform anything on the street. Not to mention it is the most reliable (Porsche being the worst in this category) car of the bunch.

The GTR and the Gran Turismo is pretty as well. Whatever you do, go the Japanese way. Once you switch you'll never want another Italian or German machine.
Nice first post, asshat. Now go away.

Are you the same idiot that showed up here at the dealership in the Supra last week that mentioned Rennlist?
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Old 07-16-2011, 12:18 PM
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Just "Murfed" my 90 928. No need do look further.
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Old 07-16-2011, 12:22 PM
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Originally Posted by awegrzyn View Post
Everyone has a preference and an opinion when it comes to cars. I owned Porsches (928,911,924), Ferraris, Viper GTS ACR, Jags, BMWs, Audis, and few other race cars. Having driven these cars I have a feeling my opinion is not bias towards one specific car. Therefore, here is a shocker for you (I'm sure most will disagree):

The best all around performance car that is also my prettiest car is Toyota Supra Twin Turbo (93-98). I have owned Supras along with other cars. The other cars were sold out, except the Supras. This is the only pleasant sports car that I know of. It is comfortable, and it will outperform anything on the street. Not to mention it is the most reliable (Porsche being the worst in this category) car of the bunch.

The GTR and the Gran Turismo is pretty as well. Whatever you do, go the Japanese way. Once you switch you'll never want another Italian or German machine.
Really...
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Old 07-16-2011, 12:37 PM
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Originally Posted by awegrzyn View Post
Everyone has a preference and an opinion when it comes to cars. I owned Porsches (928,911,924), Ferraris, Viper GTS ACR, Jags, BMWs, Audis, and few other race cars. Having driven these cars I have a feeling my opinion is not bias towards one specific car. Therefore, here is a shocker for you (I'm sure most will disagree):

The best all around performance car that is also my prettiest car is Toyota Supra Twin Turbo (93-98). I have owned Supras along with other cars. The other cars were sold out, except the Supras. This is the only pleasant sports car that I know of. It is comfortable, and it will outperform anything on the street. Not to mention it is the most reliable (Porsche being the worst in this category) car of the bunch.

The GTR and the Gran Turismo is pretty as well. Whatever you do, go the Japanese way. Once you switch you'll never want another Italian or German machine.
Wow, first post flamer. Yes, there is a heritage of race wins and a dynasty with Toyota that makes it such a magnet to want....
I have an aversion to anything that is ricer'd on the road and that is one of the biggest offenders.
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Old 07-16-2011, 12:41 PM
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Default Can't help to dream. I did back in the 80's with the 928...

Randy, to answer your question....
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Old 07-16-2011, 12:47 PM
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Originally Posted by Abby Normal View Post
Nice first post, asshat. Now go away.

Are you the same idiot that showed up here at the dealership in the Supra last week that mentioned Rennlist?
Good stuff.
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Old 07-16-2011, 01:19 PM
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Troll perhaps? Maybe just a disgruntled Porsche owner... either way I LOVE the Supra's that he is talking about and I will have one that is only lightly modified to about 450RWHP... Just have to find a good one (getting harder all the time) for the right price next year or year after! Make mine and auto tranny too!

One of the local big time Texas Mile guys here in Austin has one modded to something like 1800HP (though I hear he wrecked it after a parachute failure at the last TX mile and has since sold it) and he could hit 250 mph in the standing mile! UNREAL!

Originally Posted by awegrzyn View Post
Everyone has a preference and an opinion when it comes to cars. I owned Porsches (928,911,924), Ferraris, Viper GTS ACR, Jags, BMWs, Audis, and few other race cars. Having driven these cars I have a feeling my opinion is not bias towards one specific car. Therefore, here is a shocker for you (I'm sure most will disagree):

The best all around performance car that is also my prettiest car is Toyota Supra Twin Turbo (93-98). I have owned Supras along with other cars. The other cars were sold out, except the Supras. This is the only pleasant sports car that I know of. It is comfortable, and it will outperform anything on the street. Not to mention it is the most reliable (Porsche being the worst in this category) car of the bunch.

The GTR and the Gran Turismo is pretty as well. Whatever you do, go the Japanese way. Once you switch you'll never want another Italian or German machine.
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