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BrewsterBear

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833 posts

87 months

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I have never wanted a Boxster before. Now I want one more than any other other car in the world. I *will* own one of these in the next couple of years.



I know recreations are contentious, but this is more a homage to my mind. Absolutely stunning. Link here;

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Andiroo

248 posts

144 months

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Sorry mate, for me that is an epic FAIL on so many different levels I wouldn't know where to to start hurl

mjmars

53 posts

94 months

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Sorry mate, for me that is an epic FAIL on so many different levels I wouldn't know where to to start

I must say I'm with the OP on this one, a thing of beauty. Interested to know where it fails, perhaps because it's a boxster?

NJH

1,933 posts

104 months

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Front splitter and daft wheels. Either make a rep of a classic car or don't bother and design something new and fresh.

mjmars

53 posts

94 months

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OK, apart from the front splitter and the daft wheels............lovely body
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POORCARDEALER

7,221 posts

136 months

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I love it!

sfl993t4

197 posts

136 months

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Love it too

OlberJ

14,056 posts

128 months

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16" Fuchs, more tyre, lose the stter and raise it a touch.

Only worry is the overall size of it. It could monster a 904 i reckon.

Junior Bianno

999 posts

88 months

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I love it - it's absolutely gorgeous. Always wanted to like to the 904 but it's just soooo small and (whisper it) a little bit weedy looking. This is amazing. One of the best homages I've seen.

Love this pic..


Al W

583 posts

122 months

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mjmars said:
I must say I'm with the OP on this one, a thing of beauty. Interested to know where it fails...
The one above to me is in a similar vein to the Singer "911", but taken to even more extreme cartoon proportions on those huge wheels and daft ride height.
Compare to this:


Walter Rohrl driving a real one: http://youtu.be/-2F4y5O3XeA

freedman

4,259 posts

102 months

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Almost seems to be a cross between a 904 and a chevron B8



coanda

1,873 posts

85 months

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That is a lovely car.

cmoose

29,419 posts

124 months

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NJH said:
Front splitter and daft wheels. Either make a rep of a classic car or don't bother and design something new and fresh.
Agree entirely. Surely the whole attraction of the 904 is that it's so lithe and delicate. Why you'd want to bolt on a set of ludicrous bling wheels and aero bits is beyond me.

There's a company in the US, I believe, that builds 904 reps ground up with tubular chassis and for a fraction of the price of the real thing. That would be my preference.

NJH

1,933 posts

104 months

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Same here or dare I say it on a Porsche forum one of these:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSDiA2klltI

... I know I know not a remotely original idea but I have wanted a proper gt40 rep for as long as I could remember.

mudy

665 posts

67 months

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Sacrilious! lick
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