Hello fellow members.. im posting this on behalf of my cousin in WI.
I am putting my project 1973 Porsche 911 coupe' wide body for sale. I am getting married, unfortunately, and should sell my project to buy a house. This is no rust bucket but it is still in the project stage. It is not far...
Here is the case, a 25 years old PW member, married, want to buy one of those 3. the 2000 M5, the Audi RS6, and the 2000 Porsche 911. all of them seem to fall into a similar price range... 30k-40k, if you are wondering...:D
which one would cost less to maintain? :lol:
my pick is the rs6...
So don't say nothin' about that, 'kay? :P
I went and registered my car at school today and thought, "New shoes ... new scenery ... NEW PICS!" So I tried the best I could under the time constraints (read: daylight) to follow all the things I learned in photography class ;) I guess they came out...
580 hp / 427 kW at 6,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 700 Nm at 4,850 rpm. Power transmission to all four wheels is made via a modified six-speed manual gearbox with TechArt gearshift travel shortage and additional gearbox-oil cooling. Of course the TechArt engine conversion is also available for...
After reading a review of the Porsche 911 in the LA Times, I think I need one just because. Unfortunately it would require trading in the house.
a few rewported facts:
- 480 hp, 3.6 liters displacement
- 460 pound-feet of torque between 1,950 and 5,000 rpm
- water-cooled turbos with variable...
Porsche announces new Variable Turbine Geometry
Atlanta, Georgia – In conjunction with the 100th anniversary of the invention of the turbocharger on November 16, Porsche has announced its latest turbocharging development, Variable Turbine...
My gosh... looks like a 968... probably a 3.2 liter.
Music may be NSFW at the beginning, but just turn it down. It stops after 20 seconds... and yes, all 10 minutes are worth watching, if not just listening to that aircooled masterpeice at full flight.
I need some assistance i have been offered a set of 911 turbo wheels for my passat. They are 2x 18x9 with 265 tyres and 2x 18x9 with 285 tyres. Will they fit ? I am willing to roll my arches. Thanks in advance.