Discussion in 'The Off Topic Room' started by JBroida, Feb 11, 2015.
i think a 4 door porsche is sacrilege
Yes, but it 'pays the bills'. Making the Cayenne was probably the best business decision Porsche made since the mid-'70s.
Yup all those SUV lovers that's where the money is. The Porsche G4 I have only seen at a car show. My favorite car in the whole show.
i just want to test drive a manual transmission GT3
Another addition tonight to the pile...gotta find a better way to store them, I have a feeling a large safe is in my future...
it is glory - doves and fluffy clouds while Guns n Roses is banging inside your eardrum
Which Skittles color do you prefer?
It would definitely have to be brewing. Right now I’m set up for 15 gallon batches. I really want to build a one barrel system but don’t have the room.
I have an imperial milk stout sitting in the fermentor now.
For now, just leave them laying around?
Travis, or should I say Sir Mix-a-lot. Good to see you posting.
Cayenne doesn't really look good nor stands out though..
Cycling for me too, have 10 of em need a few more though. Ohh...and cast iron, just reduced my collection of pre 50's Wagners, Griswolds and lodges that i refinish to 5 from 17 over the holidays. That number will jump back up to double digits soon!
I've been wanting to get some Griswolds
super nice! must ride like a dream.
Someone’s got long legs and skinny belly and a taste for Italian cycles. Really lovely. How much does it weight? Tubulars?
Sadly Dario passed this August...RIP.
The paint scheme on this frame is called ABVD; named after a cancer treatment he endured...
My 993 'Moby' says Hi
A friend of mine (Italian guy, in his early 70s) has a bike from him. I think it was finally finished a year or so before the maker died. My friend still rides it well over 100 miles/ week.
Around 7kg, yes tubulars
Classy CB, I like your style, nothing like riding on tubulars. I ride Veloflex carbons on my Campy Neutron wheels.
If only my own were in such beautiful shape. Desperately in need of paint job.
... I love the Panamera. I don't think it's pretty, but I find it strangely attractive. Including that hunchback. On the other hand, I do not understand the fascination with 911s. Sure, 20 years ago, it's in a league of its own, but today there are so many good cars out there.
to each their own
A friend of mine got his GT3 RS about two months ago, and a GT2 RS about 2 weeks ago. Suffice it to say if you rode in one of them you might understand the fascination. And while I agree the 911s through the mid 1990s has the most 'soul', a well set-up 997 or 991 can tear up the track in a way the earlier cars cannot dream of doing. On the street though those models do little to elicit the feelings the older versions drum up with ease.
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