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Old 10-17-2014, 10:32 AM
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Where did you get the red stitched alcantara key chain from?
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Old 10-17-2014, 10:44 AM
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Where did you get the red stitched alcantara key chain from?
that's available online at suncoast Porsche parts, and other sources
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Originally Posted by mrsullivan View Post
that's available online at suncoast Porsche parts, and other sources
Thank you.
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Wow that hood is cool. I presume it only comes in white??
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Originally Posted by Jon70 View Post
Thank you.
http://www.suncoastparts.com/mm5/mer...IORKEY&show=22
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That looks amazing! Congratulations and enjoy the road trip
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Killer look! That key is over the top! Congrats.
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Old 10-17-2014, 11:10 AM
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What a fun car. You're going to have kids constantly gawking over it.

Dan (thinks everyone is bit of a kid)
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Originally Posted by Slip View Post
Finally after months of waiting I picked up my GT3 today: Tesso Art (TessoArt website) designed a custom martini scheme for me: It looks absolutely awesome !! But the devil is in the detail !! More pics to come, road tripping starts tomorrow.
Great taste and great execution! Congratulations. Very unique and classy car. Enjoy.
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Did the dealer put on the decal set?

I saw a Martini decal set on a black GT3 which I'm thinking about getting what do you think?
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Well done! Nice key. It all really works well together. Just curious in general about the NACA ducts on the hood--what are they for on the cup and were you able to make them functional on the gt3?
Again, great job, and the best Martini livery I've seen yet on this car!
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I'm curious what country you live in with those license plates?
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I'm guessing South Africa
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Thanks all for the nice comments, really happy with how the car looks and just blown away by how it drives.

Originally Posted by llstuey View Post
Wow that hood is cool. I presume it only comes in white??
As far as I know it comes unpainted from Porsche Motorsport. The dealer had to take my original hood off and give it to the paint shop so that they could color match it.

Originally Posted by YOCOHO View Post
Did the dealer put on the decal set?

I saw a Martini decal set on a black GT3 which I'm thinking about getting what do you think?
No, some friends of mine have a company that specializes in car graphics and window tint. They've done all the decal work on my other track cars so I had them produce the sticker kit from the original renderings and install it.

I originally purchased the stock martini decals that Porsche make for the 991 however after I received the kit I fell out of love with it (mainly because there were so many 991's using it). It lost its exclusivity for me, the design was also very wide across the hood which also killed it for me. Loved the concept but not the execution. So went my own way and had an original design produced by Tesso Art.

Originally Posted by <3mph View Post
Well done! Nice key. It all really works well together. Just curious in general about the NACA ducts on the hood--what are they for on the cup and were you able to make them functional on the gt3?
Again, great job, and the best Martini livery I've seen yet on this car!
Thanks, on the Cup Car the NACA vents direct air flow into the car for driver cooling. When the driver doesn't want the cooling they can redirect the air to just blow straight out from under the hood and up over the windscreen into the airflow. Because there's no need to have the air into the car I just had it setup to blow the air back over the windscreen.

For me it was form over function. The Cup Car hood is more aggressive than the standard hood and it really brings character to the front end. Gives it more of a Motorsport look, highly recommend it for the GT3.

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I'm curious what country you live in with those license plates?
I'm in Australia (SA is for South Australia).
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