We know, the premise behind this car is fairly absurd

With marginal performance enhancements but an astronomical markup, the 911 Sport Classic, unlike some of its special edition predecessors of yore, is like a limited run, ostrich-hide Leica: bound to end up in the hands of bored, wealthy collectors and promptly parked behind glass or metal doors. And yet, we’re still drawn to it and some of its gimmicks, like the classic ducktail spoiler and black Fuchs. This would probably fall under our definition of a guilty pleasure.

Images: cm-arte.com

~ by velofinds on May 7, 2010.

One Response to “We know, the premise behind this car is fairly absurd”

  1. Reminds me of the 996 “40 Jahre” 911 that came out a few years ago. Just slap some extra body parts on from higher 911 models, boost performance slightly and you’re good to go!

    That being said – I think the duck tail looks awesome on this thing – I would order a standard 911 and have that thrown on versus the markup of the Sport Classic.

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