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Old 06-24-2016, 07:30 AM
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This one is worth the click.

Rally ready:

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^^^

Looks like someone thought that rather than lower the ride height to a less freakish level, they would just put some of those goofy hood lights on and call it a rally tribute!

And wow, there's almost nothing left of the tub thanks to rust!

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Too good to be true?

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Winner winner chicken dinner?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/112042655132?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageNa me=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT


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This car sheeps like a boss.
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Phat, is there an eBay listing for the "Carrera 912 Turbo" that you posted a pic of? I bet it's a funny read considering the guy's sense of humor when it comes to car badging!
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Was wondering the same thing! If it is as nice as it appears in the few pictures provided and is all original with an engine rebuild completed in 2007, then I think it is a steal at that price.

If it were closer to where I live, I would be all over this.
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Phat, is there an eBay listing for the "Carrera 912 Turbo" that you posted a pic of? I bet it's a funny read considering the guy's sense of humor when it comes to car badging!

Yup....I accidentally repasted a sheeper.....

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Was wondering the same thing! If it is as nice as it appears in the few pictures provided and is all original with an engine rebuild completed in 2007, then I think it is a steal at that price.

If it were closer to where I live, I would be all over this.
On a second thought, 1 post seller, underpriced by 50% or more = scam for sure.
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No humor in the listing, butt at least the car came with two, easily accessible tire pressure gauges, and silver spray paint applied to the rusty front axle panel and floor pans!

It would be interesting to know if the person who put the badging on that 912 did so as a joke, or if they actually thought it was "cool/rad/boss"!






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You did notice that there are 2 turbo badges, correct? lol...


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Yep, guess that means it is a twin turbo 912?!?! Engine pic shows the invisible turbocharger(s) option, so big $$$ right thar (of course, to the originality weenies, mods don't add value, so a moot point, buttofcourse)!
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I hear ya. Lets play count the gauges!







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Needs lots of gauges to keep tabs on that fire breathing power (word used loosely here) plant!
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