Puur Porsche Treffen 2020

Puur Porsche Treffen 2020

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dinkel

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225 months

Monday 21st September 2020
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Puur Porsche Treffen 2020 is easily the biggest Dutch Porsche meeting. I started the day and shared a coffee with these 3 guys. I carefully avoided my 147:

Porsche 997.2 GT3RS. The white car is a 4-seater without cage and in US spec.


Rauh Welt Begriff RWB with Kremer racing tech in.


Beautifull and correct - but resprayed - 1965 Porsche 911 SWB inspected by Marcel and Joost.


Gorgeous 1984 Porsche SC on deep dish Fuchs.

dinkel

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25,861 posts

225 months

Tuesday 22nd September 2020
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Gorgeous Porsche 914. My teenage dream car before the Countach came in my sight...


Supertrio Porsche 997.2 GT3 RS... and a red thingy.


Shame I dropped my Oly EM10 mk3 so I had to use my daughters Nikon DSLR. Oh well...

Fnumber1user

192 posts

19 months

Tuesday 22nd September 2020
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Great pics - thanks for sharing them.

LaurasOtherHalf

20,279 posts

163 months

Tuesday 22nd September 2020
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Wonder how he made the white 997.2 a four seater, or how the factory did? My understanding was that rear bulkhead was removed from the 997.2 so there is nowhere to bolt the seats or seatbelts to to make a four seater.

The 996 and 997.1 GT3 yes, but not the 997.2.

Pericoloso

44,044 posts

130 months

Tuesday 22nd September 2020
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The Martini livery car is pure prawn.
Thanks for posting Dink .

dinkel

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225 months

Tuesday 22nd September 2020
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LaurasOtherHalf said:
Wonder how he made the white 997.2 a four seater, or how the factory did? My understanding was that rear bulkhead was removed from the 997.2 so there is nowhere to bolt the seats or seatbelts to to make a four seater.

The 996 and 997.1 GT3 yes, but not the 997.2.
I'll ask the owner. It has child seats and 2 extra seatbelts.

RWB Kremer is cool but not my thing.

I have over 160 pics to share and will try to dump in 3 every day wink Cheers!

dinkel

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225 months

Tuesday 22nd September 2020
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GT3 RS owner: "The original owner of the car had 2 kids. Behind the front seats there are no real seats but the shape is there to sit and use the seatbelts. All is done with original Porsche parts." - He will send a pic and I will post.

Slippydiff

12,361 posts

190 months

Tuesday 22nd September 2020
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Pericoloso said:
The Martini livery car is pure prawn.
Thanks for posting Dink .
I know we're supposed to hate them, but as you've said, that RWB is cloud9

dinkel

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25,861 posts

225 months

Wednesday 23rd September 2020
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Some insight on the 4-seater Porsche 997.2 GT3RS:

All done with original Porsche bits.

SRT Hellcat

6,582 posts

184 months

Wednesday 23rd September 2020
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Great pictures dinkel

dgswk

639 posts

61 months

Wednesday 23rd September 2020
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Please keep posting smile

Made my cold toast and luke warm coffee from the staff restaurant a bit more paletable this morning!

dinkel

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225 months

Wednesday 23rd September 2020
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Every day 3 pics from the event. Daily hazzard: Photobucket is under maintainance...

LaurasOtherHalf

20,279 posts

163 months

Wednesday 23rd September 2020
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dinkel said:
Some insight on the 4-seater Porsche 997.2 GT3RS:

All done with original Porsche bits.
I think that's...brave to say the least! I'm still sure that the firewall behind that carpeting is only single skinned and not double like the old cars though. Regardless, I wouldn't want my two in there if I was rear ended eek

dinkel

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225 months

Wednesday 23rd September 2020
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This is a great car: 1988 Porsche 911 G-model owner Joost Hermes took nearly 6 months to find.

The car has turbo seats, no sunroof, lots of factory options and sits in its first paint.


I have no issue with the period bumpers and big square mirrors. This French G looks the absolute dogs.


Funny plate as well. Behind this gem is an absolute mint 912. Great to have mates with such fantastic cars.

More to come!

dinkel

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Wednesday 23rd September 2020
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LaurasOtherHalf said:
I think that's...brave to say the least! I'm still sure that the firewall behind that carpeting is only single skinned and not double like the old cars though. Regardless, I wouldn't want my two in there if I was rear ended eek
I don't think the now-owner takes his kids for a ride in the back. The 'conversion' was done by the original US owner.

dinkel

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Thursday 24th September 2020
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Porsche 912 attracts:

Marcel 1 brought his 912 Patina Edition...


... and Marcel brought his 912 Minter-than-mint Edition.


A closer look to the added extra brush work.

dinkel

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Friday 25th September 2020
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One of only 918 Porsche 918 (2013-2015) at the Next Level Cars stand. Value about 1,5M...

dinkel

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Saturday 26th September 2020
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There's so much more to share. Let's pick some red stuff today:

Ouch! Transaxle Porsche still is underrated, wether it be a 924, 944, 968 and even 928. They are a rare sight, even at a Porsche-only event. Some Einstein thought it would be handy to cluster these goodies.


I'm hardly familiar to all the modern (post-aircooled) cars and I don't known what I'm looking at. This looks the bizz though and I probably would have lots of fun getting it through its paces.


For me a G-modell is all there is to it. Just look at this 911 sitting there. Red cabrio in the back enhances today's theme.

Next!

dinkel

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225 months

Saturday 26th September 2020
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Nice clip by my mate Casper https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyGwTc3tlN0&t=... Scrol to 5:00 mins to dive right into the goodies. Enjoy!

dinkel

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Sunday 27th September 2020
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Electric stuff:

Beautiful made Zero Classics electric G. More of this one soon wink


Enel X Moto E weighs a hefty 250 kgs and boasts 150 hp and 200 Nm. This 250 kmh bike is an absolute riot and looks the bizz too. The Formula E racingbike class started in 2019. A bit O/T on this thread, sorry.


A lifelong dream often starts when you're young and grows along with you. This boy dips more than a toe in the pool of Porsche. I wonder when he will drive his first Porsche.