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About johnnyreb2010

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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2002 996 carrera, 1987 countach lamborghini (replica) 2003 h2 hummer, 2009 ls460 lexus
  • Future cars
    viper,not sure which one yet, but it will be an older model, 993 turbo,
  • Former cars
    sterling, 1977 corvette, 1979 928 porsche, 1979 mercedes, 1981 mercedes, 1999 bmw
  1. i would have to see that to believe it, theres NO WAY the porsche beat the z06 50 yards in a straight mile race, unless it had nitrous or something else!
  2. i own a 02 996 & have been looking for a 97 or 98 993, i love the older widebody look, my friend which owns one said the motor in a 993 will last forever, VERY SELDOM will one blow up, but when he told me what it costs to repair one, well i'm not looking quite as hard now, when i bought my porsche 2 years ago, i wasn't really lookin for any certain model, little did i know AFTER i bought it than it wasn't a REAL porsche, but i looked & looked, & i couldn't see paying as much or more for the older models when the interiors weren't nearly as nice, they didn't have reliable cold air, the ride itself wasn't as nice, so thats why i bought the 02, actually when i saw it i didn't even know it was a porsche, didn't really look like what i thought a porsche was suppose to, definitely didn't like the plain ol look, had to add some mods & then i didn't know the 997 was suppose to be alot better car, oh & i didn't really notice the headlights at the time, guess when i went lookin i didn't do my homework on porsches. but i did like the 996 because it had 320 hp, i didn't realize the older porsches didn't have much hp, except turbos, i mean you think of porsche i thought that meant bad *** cars, i guess it just depends what your lookin for in a car. if motor does blow, whats this i hear about puttin the LS vette motors in a porsche, i guess thats a BIG no-no in the porsche world.
  3. sorry to say they don't make the rear covers for 2002 & up models yet, cause i would have gotten one, rite now their just for 2001 & older.
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