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TTIMSITRT

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959 Speedster; click.

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I've always wanted a 959 Cabrio 8)

How much to return it to standard?


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Updated July 26, 2015 at 10:12 PM

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I can't quite make it out but does the second one have like 100 buttons in the seat?!

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How about not having a sig at all?

Yep, Recaro Orthopedic;


Recaro info; click.

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nuttinnew said...


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I'm starting to see quite a few ending up like this now as the prices start to drop, think it might be time to sell mine ;)

Electric Polo; click.


Thomas is a Japanese import; click.

Updated July 28, 2015 at 2:11 AM

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Pick up with a shed; click.

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nuttinnew said...


I hate "stanced" but find myself rather liking this wagon.

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SD said.....

...it looked like a dog with worms, dragging its arse across the lawn.

1:1 scale Sand Scorcher

Not an F1

Not a Cali

Updated August 22, 2015 at 11:06 AM

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To be fair, externally, that F1 rep would fool most people. Just needs better wheels.

I don't think most people are aware of the F1 so they'd just see a good looking car. Hopefully it's not spoiled by a silly exhaust.

356 Speedster replicas don't seem to have the stigma of Ferrari etc kits, is it because people know they're not genuine and accept it, or don't care because - for the most part - they're well balanced, good looking cars in their own right?

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356 replicas are more respected because generally they look very very similar to the real car, and are very similar mechanically, for a fraction of the price.

I've not looked lately, but you used to be able to pick up a nicely finished chesil for £12k which looked like a £100k car.

It probably helps that te real ones are hardly the ultimate driving machine and more likely to be used for sunny Sunday pottering around the countryside.

I guess cobra replicas ( at least those with a decent engine ) fall into a similar category.

A long way away from the ill proportioned ferrari replicas based on mundane cars with completely the wrong engine, 3 inch wheel spacers and cost about half as much as a real one.

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Too many old sheds.

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356 replicas are more respected because generally they look very very similar to the real car, and are very similar mechanically, for a fraction of the price.

I've not looked lately, but you used to be able to pick up a nicely finished chesil for £12k which looked like a £100k car.

It probably helps that te real ones are hardly the ultimate driving machine and more likely to be used for sunny Sunday pottering around the countryside.

I guess cobra replicas ( at least those with a decent engine ) fall into a similar category.

A long way away from the ill proportioned ferrari replicas based on mundane cars with completely the wrong engine, 3 inch wheel spacers and cost about half as much as a real one.

And the rest, you're looking at close on £200k for one that needs restoration. A good normal 356 is close on £100k these days.

Clicky for loveliness

Updated August 22, 2015 at 4:17 PM


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Weird proportions. Do not like.

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