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    I was looking for a thread to resurrect and this one will do.

    Chris Harris tours the Porsche GT garage with head of department Andreas Preuninger, and gets a sneak peek of the new 992 GT3.

    It's so hot.

    And you WILL be able to put aside 40 minutes to watch this incredibly interesting discussion.


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    New 992 GT3 fully unveiled.

    Over 500HP in a naturally aspirated engine.

    Sub-7-minute Nürburgring lap time.

    And you can pick a three-pedal gearbox if you like.


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    Noice
    Last edited by JoeW; February 16th, 2021 at 05:29 PM.

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    Should buy a Japanese car instead.

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    Reject car, embrace monke

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    Nice!
    Would love one, but I think as an unemployed bum I’m lucky to have my Boxster.
    Ps IMOA - you still checking in?

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    In all honesty I think the Cayman GT4 (I thought you had one of those DN) is the pinnacle of Porsche's hot-rod output. Small, mid-engined, most of the same go-fast bits as the 911 GT3. And it looks SO HOT.

    I'd buy one of those over a GT3.

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    Haven't seen Greg online since early 2020.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rare White Ape View Post
    In all honesty I think the Cayman GT4 (I thought you had one of those DN) is the pinnacle of Porsche's hot-rod output. Small, mid-engined, most of the same go-fast bits as the 911 GT3. And it looks SO HOT.
    Boxster Spyder - same engine/gearbox as GT4, shares the front and rear panels, so I have a GT vent at the front.
    Didnt get the suspension or brakes, but its still uprated from the other Boxsters.

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