Thank Motoman for reminding me I want to Pasha a Panamera like a 928.
Looked much better in person.
Disclaimer: This is an excerpt from my dissertation. I love cars so much I spent a year researching and writing 11,000 words, despite professors telling me it wouldn’t be considered a “legitimate” academic subject. Then, I bought a 1952 Chevrolet pickup as my daily driver.
All this babble about being lightweight by the sports car manufacturers and wannabes), I can’t hear that anymore.
...if we can stop calling the Civic Type-R a “CTR” that’d be great.
Three years ago, a similar list of this nature was made on Oppo, let’s see how far we’ve gone since then…
just landed in Minneapolis St Paul and as we taxi’ed to our gate I saw these three vehicles... it says Delta on the door windows of all of them. Kinda cool, two Panamera’s and a Cheyenne
Got the green light to buy some toys! In case you need a reminder, here is a refresher on what we’re working with
Only the bourgeoisie trim though. Doesn’t have the split expanding spoiler.
My Porsche overheated the other day when I went to Dunkin Donuts, like it KNEW. So, I saved one of the Timbits Clown Shoe Pilot brought back from Canada as a peace offering.
Went to a Porsche racing meet on Zandvoort saturday before last to try out a bunch of fancy Canon lenses. Didn’t find any time to edit the pictures earlier, so I’m working on that now, just slightly over 400 of to filter through..
What makes a car great? Does it need to have a striking and intimidating shape? Is it all about performance metrics and engine output? Brand image and curb appeal? Today, I’ll cover my opinion on what exactly makes a car special, and it may or may not resonate with you.
I did have only one fan not working on the 944. No big deal—it did the job unless I had to be stopped for a long time somewhere. Now I have two fans that don’t work. Both fans. All the fans on the car.
This is not all the Parsh at Goodwood, only the Parsh I managed to capture on my phone.