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2005 Porsche Carrera GT 2 Dr STD ConvertibleReview
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Love It — This car it great!!!! It handles very well and jus overall has great performance. No matter who you are you're going to love everything about this car. It has great interior and the outside is just magnifisent and after you drive it you wouldn't want to drive any other car.

Pros: Everything

Cons: Nothing

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2005 Porsche Carrera GT 2 Dr STD ConvertibleReview
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Baddest Car Ever!!!!!!!!!!!!! — it is the baddest, one of the fastest and greatest cars of all time, not to mention that it usually has a V-10 Engine

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2005 Porsche Carrera GTReview
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This Is An Amazing Car!!!! — This car handles incredible on the road and is even pleasurable to look at. This is one car i would love to own.

Pros: beautiful!!...amazing to drive!!!

Cons: NONE!!

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2005 Porsche Carrera GT 2 Dr STD ConvertibleReview
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Girls Will Like You And Its Really Good Performance!! — Pretty good brakes and steering top speed aint so great though. pretty good exeleration.

Pros: a lot

Cons: a few things

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2005 Porsche Carrera GTReview
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A Wolf In Sheep Skin — So it would seem that Porsche has answered Captain Curts age old demand “We Need More Power”. The new Porsche 911 (997) Turbo is claimed to produce 480 hp and 457 lbs of torque from the legendary 3.6 liter 6 cylinder. Porsche claims that their new AWD monster will rocket 0 – 62 in 3.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 197MPH. Trust me when i opened the throttle on this baby for the first time the gates of heaven opened.. the awesome sound that the 480hp delivers through the mid range is seriously scary stuff. For legal reasons i will not mention what this car delivered for me but lets just say who ever test drove this from 0-62mph in 3.8secs must have had their left leg resting on the break. The 997 comes with a stop watch on the dashboard to record your speed(usually used on tracks) and i got a much better time than 3.8secs..hehehehe

Pros: Porsche!!!!  what more is there to say :-)

Cons: Back arches are slightly wider than the old 911 making some smaller gaps harder to judge on approach however they need to be to prevent the back end sliding out. I experience this once on a rainy day just off the A20 not good.  A car worth £150k + should have better handling in these conditions.

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2005 Porsche Carrera GT 2 Dr STD ConvertibleReview
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A Great Car — greatest sounding v10 on earth great acceleration, good interior. performance is really great. The cgt looks really great, the car costs over 400,000 dollars. the car is really fun to drive. the car also has really good grip. i love this car.

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

Pros: good looks good exhaust nice speed and good v10 engine.

Cons: nothing

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Its speedy, strong, and reliable. it can get you anywhere in 10 mins. it is very classy and makes people look out the window and stare. anyways, the interior is leather and squishy. the sound system i... Read More

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