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Porsche Crest check this one out

http://autotrader.com/fyc/vdp.jsp?car_id=192954081&dealer_id=57229778&car_year=1985&model=&bkms=1136690048331&lang=en&isp=y&start_year=1981&certified=&search_type=both&distance=100&make=POR&min_price=1&address=03062&advanced=&end_year=2006&max_price=20000&cardist=81


what the hell is that?
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Old 01-07-2006, 06:19 PM
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Looks like a cross between a Bricklin (sp?) and one of those horrific Fiero Countach kits.

Dare I say that they were going for the 917 look.
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Old 01-07-2006, 07:21 PM
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I honestly feel sorry for the person that put a lot of his/her time into that car. I mean it might look like a 917 to someone who has about 10000/20 vision, but not close enough to justify putting the effort into something like this. Check out the comparison pics... not even one part of the car is accurate. If you are going to put this much time into something, I think that it should be done a little better.




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Yah and everyone knows they didn't put wire wheels on a 917.

I'm going to get a hold of the owner and make him a lowball offer on it and I was hoping that no one on here saw this thing. Could you please back off so this doesn't turn into some bidding war or something. I've wanted one of these really bad ever since I saw a crappy Bradley GT clone back in the early 80's.
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I agree with you guys, that car is a soup sandwich. I'll bet it performs poorly as well.
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LOL That actually kinda looks like it!
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