Originally Posted by gwsat
I have lost track of how many people who should know better pronounce "Porsche" as if it were spelled "Porsh."
There should be a law which says "if you can't pronounce it, you can't buy it."
Originally Posted by archiguy
That car that he dunked in the lake was a 928, the archicar of that era. As I've previously described it - lotsa' fun to drive but a black hole where my money went to die.
Generally true for all Porsches back then.
Of course, that isn't the case anymore.
BTW, just in time for the warm weather, here is your new Caddy vert.....
For a special price, PM me (also comes with an afternoon of Oregon trout fishing).
Originally Posted by Bond 007
The whole history and mystique of Ferrari is what creates the passion and following. No one had that passion more than Enzo himself. There simply cannot ever be another Scuderia Ferrari. Not to say they are the greatest (but imo they are) but they are quite unique. As I have said before the old "race on Sunday and sell on Monday" doesnt apply. They are the opposite. They sell road cars to support their racing. Competition will always (I hope) be their #1 priority. And, of course, Formula 1 is at the top of that priority.
Ferrari is a motor legend of the highest order....no one really comes close.
Everyone should have the opportunity to drive one at least once....even if it is around a small roadcourse, like the one I have talked about in Vegas.