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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=5608
Submitted by: cams116
Comments: 19  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 05-13-2002
View Stats Category: Car
Description:
If there wasnt one up here there is now. And being driven the way a porsche should.


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#1
6-08-2002 @ 01:12:04 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
The only thing that could make this picture better would be an even faster Porsche. That's one of the front-engined ones (928?), so it's not quite as fast...stock, anyway.

#2
6-08-2002 @ 01:14:05 PM
Posted By : AtEase Reply | Edit | Del
Well, the 928 had a V8 and the later models had 350hp. So it's not very slow. But they weigh close to 2t.

#3
6-08-2002 @ 01:16:37 PM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
I know they aren't slow, but they weren't intended to be the same kind of go-fast car as the 911. The 928s, far as I know, were intended to be sort of a luxury coupe.

#4
6-08-2002 @ 01:26:12 PM
Posted By : Mr Hawk Reply | Edit | Del
Yes that is correct.

#5
6-10-2002 @ 10:39:53 PM
Posted By : cams116 Reply | Edit | Del
Its still a Porsche.

#6
7-14-2002 @ 07:18:33 PM
Posted By : Jurrell Reply | Edit | Del
928,944, and 968's rule!!

#7
7-19-2002 @ 01:52:07 PM
Posted By : Jurrell Reply | Edit | Del
Drive them cars like you mean it

#8
10-16-2002 @ 11:41:21 PM
Posted By : Random944 Reply | Edit | Del
that 928 is BAD ASS , period .

#9
10-16-2002 @ 11:42:22 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
928 is one of the coolest GT cars EVER.

#10
11-17-2002 @ 05:41:41 PM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
Where is it from? It has a wierd license plate.

#11
12-21-2002 @ 01:07:40 AM
Posted By : GMer Reply | Edit | Del
944=poor man's porsche...same with boxter today

#12
12-04-2003 @ 07:59:40 PM
Posted By : comradesampo Reply | Edit | Del
#11, That's not a 944, it's a 928.

#13
12-04-2003 @ 08:01:02 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#12, 944 had flip lights, didn't it?

[Edit]: Yes, I know, 928s, like the one seen here, had lights that would raise up and rotate forward...But I meant, the 944s had normal flip-lights, where the lights where hidden under flaps while closed, right?

[Edited by DiRF on 12-04-2003 @ 08:03:20 PM]


#14
12-04-2003 @ 08:03:31 PM
Posted By : comradesampo Reply | Edit | Del
#13, They both had moving headlights. The 944 had conventional popups (like on, say, a Vette) and the 928 had the slightly weirder exposed forward-hinged lights you can see on this very picture.

#15
12-04-2003 @ 08:07:13 PM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#14, Yep, they rotate up when you turn them on, there's a 3/4'' steel bar that runs in front of the radiator that the headlights are attached to and it electronicaly rotates them UP from resing back on the hood. I know that cuz our's is bwoken :( it no rotate :((

#16
12-04-2003 @ 08:08:34 PM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#3, THe 928 factory manual basicaly says the 928 is meant to get on the autobahn and do 140 all day long :) and handle pretty well, not be the nimble car the 911 or 944 is

#17
12-04-2003 @ 08:08:45 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#15, So no night driving for the LTR SBC Porsche?

#18
12-04-2003 @ 08:09:50 PM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
#17, Not till a suspect electric motor is replaced :)

#19
12-04-2003 @ 08:20:50 PM
Posted By : comradesampo Reply | Edit | Del
#18, Funny that while the engineers are doing their damnedest to eliminate complex failure-prone mechanical devices from cars designers are doing their damnedest to add more.

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