How does it feel to drive/own a PORSCHE 911.

Re: How does it feel to drive/own a PORSCHE 911. Smooth. It's hard to drive

Postby ElsieJVick » Wed Apr 08, 2009 12:08 pm

Smooth. It's hard to drive though it's like stick. And don't buy it if you aren't used to friving with both feet because you won't be using the same foot like in a regular car
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Re: How does it feel to drive/own a PORSCHE 911. i havent driven it b/c im not t

Postby p0prash » Thu Apr 09, 2009 6:49 am

i havent driven it b/c im not trusted to, but i have rode in a porsche 911 and let me tell you it was great
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Re: How does it feel to drive/own a PORSCHE 911. It is amazing.....I also have a

Postby scuttynes » Thu Apr 09, 2009 12:24 pm

It is amazing.....I also have a Boxster and it is just as good. There is only so much power you need, and a porsche with 200+ hp is amazing, especially the handling on the 911.



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Re: How does it feel to drive/own a PORSCHE 911. Idk but I have a numbers matchi

Postby zenniaggewtig » Thu Apr 09, 2009 8:48 pm

Idk but I have a numbers matching 1988 924s and I love it.
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Re: How does it feel to drive/own a PORSCHE 911. I feel like a bamf cruising in

Postby dlc7253 » Fri Apr 10, 2009 3:23 am

I feel like a bamf cruising in mine.
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Re: How does it feel to drive/own a PORSCHE 911. like you just won a millon doll

Postby lestorinsc » Fri Apr 10, 2009 10:34 am

MIKE LANCASTER wrote:I was wondering if any Porsche ownsers would be willing to share their driving experience behind a Porsche 911.It is my favorite car and i am planning to buy it.PLEASE ONLY PEOPLE THAT OWN OR DROVE ONE.No idiots with corvetes(plumbers car)THANKS


like you just won a millon dollers..smooth transtion in to 3rd, even ride with less drag the faster you go...o to 100 in 4.3 seconds
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Re: How does it feel to drive/own a PORSCHE 911. Hello. I own a 2000 Carrera S,

Postby hooper » Sat Apr 11, 2009 8:51 am

MIKE LANCASTER wrote:I was wondering if any Porsche ownsers would be willing to share their driving experience behind a Porsche 911.It is my favorite car and i am planning to buy it.PLEASE ONLY PEOPLE THAT OWN OR DROVE ONE.No idiots with corvetes(plumbers car)THANKS


Hello. I own a 2000 Carrera S, and I recently purchased a 2007 Carrera 4S. They are both great. Performence is supurb: when you own a Porsche, you have to drive it like a porsche. Also, you should get only a Manual Transmission. The Auto's are great, but the real feel for the car is when you can launch from 4,000 RPM to merge onto the Highway or so.
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Re: How does it feel to drive/own a PORSCHE 911. ^ Car Design...what do you do f

Postby Jwetuiwhvtnuhwb » Sat Apr 11, 2009 1:28 pm

MIKE LANCASTER wrote:I was wondering if any Porsche ownsers would be willing to share their driving experience behind a Porsche 911.It is my favorite car and i am planning to buy it.PLEASE ONLY PEOPLE THAT OWN OR DROVE ONE.No idiots with corvetes(plumbers car)THANKS


^ Car Design...what do you do for a living?!
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Re: How does it feel to drive/own a PORSCHE 911.

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Re: How does it feel to drive/own a PORSCHE 911.

Postby charls07 » Sun Sep 02, 2012 7:55 pm

ahh it's nice but you telling that happens only in dream.



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