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Well it pollutes more than some supercars.
This is an amazing car that did much more with much less than most other cars of its day. On the right road course, not only was it capable of...
In 1972, this is what they thought cars today were going to look like.
Cheer up and take heart, depressed Alfa guy! It's not going to be that bad...
It was offered to be reproduced, but nobody took up the offer. This was the fastest street-legal car until a couple years ago. An amazing feat...
If melonheads were cars (look it up), this is what they would look like.
Plus it's affordable by Porsche standards.
I've seen lots of other Porsches but never one of these. They didn't sell well in the US, partly because of the recession at the time.
lol she must be at least 60 now.
I'm not getting the vibe at all. This car is waaaay overrated. It certainly isn't a supercar.
The ugliest GTO by far. Important historically, but not very good in its own right.
Trans Am for sure.
I can only assume the rear's supposed to resemble a jet engine.
This car's all about cruising and class, not just rude and crude horsepower.
The oldest on the site is a 1769 Cugnot Steam Tractor.
This registers about a 10 on my WTF meter.
Better-looking than Ferrari's version.
The cars in Back To The Future had Porsche engines.
Weighing 12,000kg, an accident in this thing could cause quite a bit of damage to other stuff. It's the same as a 1,200kg car crashing at 40km/h.
Crazy! I like it.
I would never have guessed this was from 1946.