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Andras Nagy Andras Nagy is offline
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And consider if you would ever be able to sell such a converted Porsche.

I know, everyone says that they will never sell it, they put their blood, sweat, and tears into it. Just ask any "old-timer" if they ever use the words "never"!!!!

And what do you think is the market for such a conversion? I would submit it is nil, zero, nada, zip. Who would want your conversion? A 17 year old, who couldn't afford what you were asking for your "personal" car?

Now, my SC is not quite "stock", but it looks stock, and it has all the right parts, and sounds like an SC, and all the conversions I've made to make it faster on the track can be "undone" and we're right back to the same old car that we grew to love.

Just ask yourself, would YOU buy such a car if you didn't know how and to what quality level such a conversion were done by someone else?

I think I have to agree with Henry (whom I've never met) to leave a Porsche a Porsche, and a V-8 a V-8. If you like V-8s, buy a Cayenne.

But then it's your money!!!!!
1983 911SC The Chocolate Kiss
1998 Audi A6 Quattro (Family Car)
2002 Audi TT Roadster (Wifey's Car)
1992 Mazda Miata (Daughter's Car)
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