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Thumbs up Incredible 911 for sale !

Look at this one street legal carbon fiber monster !!
1979 Porsche 911 / 964 Turbo for sale: Anamera

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You're a step away from a brand spanking new GT2 RS for that price, but its performance looks better on paper:

'79 911 Turbo --> 3.7125 lbs/hp (2376 lbs @ 640 hp)
'11 GT2 RS --> 4.87 lbs/hp (3019 lbs @ 620 hp)
'11 Corvette ZR1 --> 5.22 lbs/hp (3333 lbs @ 638 hp)
'11 Suzuki GSX 1300R --> 2.93 lbs/hp (573 lbs @ 195.7 hp)
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How about a direct link to the car -
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Followng is the link: 1979 Porsche 911 / 964 Turbo for sale: Anamera
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What does 190,000 EUR convert into dollars? I cam up with ~ $264,271 which seems like crazy money for the car.

While it looks nice and I'm sure it is, I just can't see that kind of money for the car. like Andy said, that buys a lot newer, more comfortable and maybe just as fast car (but not a 930). It doesn't look like a fun street car if that's what you have in mind either.

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