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Air-Cooled Rear-Engined Porsche 911 Or Front-Engined Water-Cooled 968 CS

By   August 20, 2018

Porsche 964 and 968

Porsche 964 and 968

What would you choose to have in your garage? A classic air-cooled Porsche 911 or a front-engined 968? Now before you say the answer is obviously the 911, this isn’t just any Porsche 968. It is a track focussed 968 Club Sport.

The Porsche 968 Club Sport (CS) takes the near perfect handling car and puts it on a diet. The result is a car that was built for spirited driving.

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Singer Porsche 911 Lightweight Design Study Concept To Make North American Debut At Pebble Beach

By   August 15, 2018

Singer Porsche 911 Reimagined

Singer Porsche 911 Reimagined

Singer Vehicle Design showed off two of their lightweight design concept Porsche 911 reimaged creations at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. These same vehicles will make their North American debut during Monterey Car Week at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.

The special no expenses spared 911 creations are exquisite examples. These vehicles are a result of a partnership with Williams Advanced Engineering. The air-cooled 911 with vintage styling offers 500 horsepower from its flat-six engine.

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How You End Up With A Lightweight Porsche 964

By   May 15, 2018

Porsche 964

Porsche 964

There are a few ways that Porsche ownership usually goes. People will either keep it mostly stock or start modifying it. Often when you go the modification route, it starts with one or two small mods and then it can quickly snowball into a much bigger project.

Porsche sports cars have a racing DNA and with a some minor performance improvements it really starts to show. For example, with some suspension upgrades alone the handling of a Porsche can go from quite good to great.

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Porsche 964 Or Ferrari F355

By   May 8, 2018

Porsche 964 And Ferrari 355

Porsche 964 And Ferrari 355

Porsche or Ferrari; it is a debate that has raged since the two rivals first battled it out on the track. Ferrari makes the more expensive road cars and they are made purely for speed. In fact the Italian automaker started producing road legal machines to help finance their racing efforts.

Porsche on the other hand is a sports car that comes from relatively humble roots. The early sports cars had many parts sourced from Volkswagen, but Porsche transformed all of this into quite a sports car. The original Porsche 356 and 550 Spyder showed just what an air-cooled flat-four engine could do, but the 911 is what really made the German performance car maker into a legend.

In the 90’s the Ferrari F355 and Porsche 911 (964) where two of the most sought after cars, but which is the better drive?

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