I said for this round I’d be doing a racecar, and what better than the most bonkers version of the 917: the 917/30 Can-Am.
I could write about this— but a picture tells a thousand words, and so this short video tells basically a million:
Now I’m just waiting for the Internet uproar when they restore 996s, complete with eggs.
Matt Farah’s 1987 Safari 911.
Just in case, posting it. And, for good measure, a link to the writeup on how those work.
Aren’t you proud OPPO? I worked on my car today! Yes, a 12 year old could do it, but... shut up. Anyway...
(If you see anything out of the ordinary, YouTube crashed as I was setting this up in advance)
At PMR in Califon, NJ. My dad’s Mini is there getting some turbo issues sorted and my grandfather’s M2 is getting some camber plates installed.
For sale: championship winning racecar, minor cosmetic damage; Sunday driven.
Fluffy likes things.
Holy F’ing Sh!t. Never in my have I needed something so much and never known until I’d seen it.
After renting one, Boxster is Always the Answer, even in the middle of the US of A. Thirstier than I thought however.
But what isn’t “meh” is this 928.
I found a Cayman that appears to be for sale at about 2/3rds of market value (on Craigslist, of course). I expressed interest using a burner email account and asked for the VIN to do more research. Below is the reply: scam, or too soon to tell?