Fast Cars: Top 5 Reason Why You Should Buy a Porsche 911 (996) Today – Project Porsche Ep.7

Fast Cars: Top 5 Reason Why You Should Buy a Porsche 911 (996) Today – Project Porsche Ep.7

Awesome fast car review: Top 5 Reason Why You Should Buy a Porsche 911 (996) Today – Project Porsche Ep.7



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26 Replies to “Fast Cars: Top 5 Reason Why You Should Buy a Porsche 911 (996) Today – Project Porsche Ep.7”

  1. Awesome garage inventory of cars selected I really like that SRT but only con is im not much of an American Muscle type of guy. So Porsche 911 is definetely on my list because they seam to have a higher opportunity of become a futures classic and they hold value for a long time which is another perk drive for a year or two sell for almost the same price it was originally purchased at. WIN/WIN but never the less, great content "The Fast Lane Car" keep up with the videos u gained ur self a new subscriber today. Thanks again for all the necessary information!

  2. Thought about buying a 996 Porsche. Only thing is, there aren't a lot of curvy roads here. Could I buy a 996 and make it fast for straight line speeds?

  3. as an owner of a 2000 boxster I can attest to allot of what he said, they are amazing cars. The one thing you do need to be aware of is that if something does break then be prepared to shell out to fix it. I have estimated I average around $3K to $5K a year to keep my car on the road.

  4. Porsche makes a great car, except when it comes to maintenance and repairs. Don’t take my word for it, look up The Scotty Killmer channel and his latest video titled “why you should’t buy a Porsche”. He is exactly right, unless of course you have an endless supply of money to throw away.

  5. Snap oversteer? I thought it was called throttle lift oversteer? I was introduced to that in my '71 911 on a S shaped highway onramp. Made for a really interesting time

  6. ..but man, speaking of which, its tough because, @ 20K, you could find a high mile Challenger SRT8. but this is a great price point to get an engine behind you.

  7. I owned a silver 6 speed 1999 for 5 years put 35000 miles i only had to change a/c unit $1800 a battery and 3 sets of back tires whole time i owned it needed a window regulator and few minor things i let it go for $12,500 people were scared to buy it because no ims bearing change i had $28k invested was worth it drove like rocket i had a ton of fun buy one you wont regret it

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