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Scouse

So. Much. Want.

I have a chubby:

http://www.evo.co.uk/geneva-motor...d-makes-geneva-return-with-700bhp

Ruf Yellow Bird reborn with carbon chassis & Mezger engine.
Roadsterstu

Not too sure, myself. I kind of like the angular 80s styling features but as a whole I'm not overly excited.
Nice Guy Eddie

Wow, following a lotto win, after visiting the houses of Singer and Pagani, who i'll have to convince to build me a Zonda my next stop would be to RUF
Big Blue

Is that a nonced-up 964?

Yeah. Great. (Shuffles feet and looks at the floor to avoid eye contact with mentler)
Blarno

Aside from some dodgy trimming in the front boot and the interior that looks like a gimp's spunk dungeon, that's pretty much perfect.
Tim

The front 3/4 pictures make it look as if the wheelbase has been stretched.

I'll have to agree with BB on this one.
Nice Guy Eddie

The wheelbase has been stretched I believe to make the extra BHP controllable.
Big Blue

Nice Guy Eddie wrote:
The wheelbase has been stretched I believe to make the extra BHP controllable.


What, are they expecting it to wheelie otherwise?
Blarno

That is no more a 964 than a BTCC car is a roadgoing version. It's pretty much a shell dropped onto a custom floorpan.

Helps that the 964 is the best looking 911 ever.
Grampa

So am I the only who's seeing a 1970's 911 with nasty Richard Grant spoilers?
simonp

Nope. Not feeling any love for that at all. Looks like a seventies Porsche with cheap eighties aftermarket alloys fitted to it. And it's been painted a ghastly colour to boot.
JohnC

I quite like it but at that price I'd have a 911 GT3 or similar, an Ariel Atom V8, a car for the wife, a luxury holiday, an extension to the house and  enough left to do it all again in a couple of years!
gooner

I think that looks awesome whilst being really subtle. You'd certainly give a few people a fright in it.

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