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Francfort 2017 en photos : le stand Porsche

Francfort 2017 en photos : le stand Porsche

Au salon de Francfort 2017, le constructeur de Zuffenhausen n’est pas venu les mains vides. En plus du Cayenne de 3e génération, Porsche présente en effet deux nouvelles itérations de la 911 type 991 : les GT3 Touring et GT2 RS.

Cet article Francfort 2017 en photos : le stand Porsche est apparu en premier sur The Automobilist.

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Porsche Cayenne 2018 : le retour du colosse (galerie, vidéos)

Porsche Cayenne 2018

Non content de s’être fait voler la vedette ces derniers temps par son petit frère Macan, le Porsche Cayenne revient aujourd’hui avec une 3e génération. « Encore plus Porsche, encore plus Cayenne » : c’est ce que nous dit la marque ; c’est ce que nous allons voir.

Cet article Porsche Cayenne 2018 : le retour du colosse (galerie, vidéos) est apparu en premier sur The Automobilist.

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Photo of the Day – Porsche 917’s In Garage 1971

Can you imagine a Porsche garage in this day and age looking so haphazard? Call me nut balls, but for whatever reason I like these old pictures of they way they used to do it much better than today’s sanitary and organized garages. Looks more wild and appropriate to the madness and havoc that they are about to create when they hit the track. Find the full sized picture on the following page…

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2007 Porsche Cayman S with LS3 Engine Swap

This current home garage build-in-progress involves what most would consider to be a sacrilegious engine swap, but before casting any judgement on the project it should be noted that the owner of this 2007 Porsche Cayman S, Joshua Murray, bought the car with a blown engine. A new 6.2 liter GM LS3 crate engine is in the process of being fitted to the standard factory Porsche transmission with use of a Kennedy LS adapter mount and a lot of custom fabrication. Future plans include a Quaife sequential transmission for full throttle clutchless up shifts, as well as the installation of a dry sump oil system. With what started last November is left most currently updated just last week with a post test fitting the rear swaybar and undertray support, while the engine is already in the process of being made to fit. It will be interesting to see this monster hybrid when it is completed, but in the mean time check out the following page for build pictures and a short time lapse video of the impressive project so far. “After test fitting the LS3 a dozen times I decided the ‘normal’ install position that most folks use is just not that great.” […]

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Porsche 997.2 W.C. GT3RS Build by GMG Racing

This Porsche 997.2 GT3 RS has got the full GMG World Challenge street/track car make-over. For those of you who are unaware of who GMG Racing is, they are currently what factory Porsche racing is now as to what ANDIAL was to Porsche racing back in the 70’s and 80’s  The two shops even happen to reside next to each other in Santa Ana, California. Now, if you are unaware of who ANDIAL is, then it’s quite possible that you are just not a Porsche guy. Fair enough. Let’s just say that Porsche has recently bought ANDIAL as their very own AMG, or M division, just to give you a smidgen of an idea. GMG races in the World Challenge series, which is North America’s premier sprint racing series with cars competing from such manufacturers as Porsche, Audi, BMW, Ferrari, Cadillac, Ford, Aston Martin, Volvo, Corvette, Mercedes, plus more. GMG has been successfully campaigning Porsche GT3 Cup cars in this series for several years now and even captured the 2010 Manufacturers Championship title for Porsche. Who then better to modify your GT3 street car for the track than a shop that wins races with them?  Enough said for now, let’s just take a moment for a break and let the pictures speak for themselves […]

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