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Perfect 10+ There Is No Better Car Then Modified 930 Like I Had. — There is NO better car then modified 930 like I had if you take all in account: Looks, performance, handling, reliability etc. Just make sure you know how to drive very well to take full advantage of the car has to offer.! It's not for people who "think" they know how to drive. BTW: I am talking about my modify 930, I would not drive stock ugly version. Problem is with agency and local mechanics.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Looks, performance, handling

Cons: local mechanics

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Your Mom Lives This Car — I Love the 911! It's a classic car, though. You can't race it. Well, you could, but thats bad. You gotta take car of it. Only take it out on sunny days and clean it all the time. High maintenance costs, as most classic cars do hace. And it requires a gigantic amount of time to take care of it properly. But its worth it.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Classic car

Cons: Classic car

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Don't Know If I Can Ever Get Rid Of This Car... Well, Besides The 'cold, Dead Fingers' Time... — Hmmm... wasn't sure how to put the appearance. Out of the box, it's one of my favorites - the Weissach Edition colors, the tail is my all-time favorite of all the tails, etc. etc. However, it now having 160k+ miles on it, some of which were not so tender, the peeling paint and such mean cosmetically it needs work. I still love it, its seen me through so much by now!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: the classic 911

Cons: being too lame to appreciate one of the all-time classic sports cars

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Great Fun And Usually Inexpensive. — For a car that's 29 years old it's incredibly solid, fun to drive and quick. Steering feel is incredible and nothing sounds like an air cooled flat 6. In the midst of a complete suspension rehab, which is pricey for these cars but it's all original and worn out.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Styling, build quality and handlinghe

Cons: If you can't work on it yourself it, it could get pricey

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Awesome A 911 On Steroids — for a car made in 1978 with this kind of performance speaks volumes about its manufacturer PORSCHE

Pros: evrything

Cons: turbo lag

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