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    996 GT3 Mk1

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  1. WOW what a car: Porsche 911 GT3 RS (997.2) | Anniversary Rise & Drive | PistonHeads
  2. Good read: Niedzwiedz: ‘sorry’ for cheating Bathurst 1987 https://www.motoring.com.au/niedzwiedz-sorry-for-cheating-bathurst-1987-19395/
  3. Original homologation forms _ "FEDERATION INTERNATIONALE DE L'AUTOMOBILE" _ for us 996 GT3 ❤️ers. 996.1 & .2 GT3s: https://historicdb.fia.com/sites/default/files/car_attachment/1486825201/homologation_form_number_2_group_n.pdf 996 RS: https://historicdb.fia.com/sites/default/files/car_attachment/1486693502/homologation_form_number_8_group_n.pdf
  4. 2010 Porsche 911 GT3 RS 997 Series II Manual MY11: $428K "This is the only known car in Australia with this specification. The first owner of this car is well known and highly respected racing car driving legend Jim Richards" https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2010-porsche-911-gt3-rs-997-series-ii-manual-my11/SSE-AD-6195413/?Cr=0&gts=SSE-AD-6195413&gtsSaleId=SSE-AD-6195413&gtsViewType=Spotlight&rankingType=Spotlight
  5. Good idea to keep the 996 GT3 😉
  6. This would be great if you had a surround sound home theatre room , also OK on a PC.
  7. Only disappointment was the video play time was 9.29 not 9.11 😉
  8. Bit of Pommy love for the 996 GT3: I obviously liked the 1st comment: "Mk1 production numbers: 1836 Mk2/RS: 3711 Mk1 engine: M96.72 (959, 962, 964, 993 and GT1 parts) Mk2: M96.79 (evolution without parts of 959, 962, 964, 993, GT1) Also special about Mk1, in contrast to the Mk2, is that this is the last street of a 911 that was completely hand-built at Porsche Motorsport in Weissach.
  9. Really enjoyed this interview, and got a better understanding of the Ruf philosophy.
  10. Gordon Murray's MK1 Escort - Retropower Build Episode 15 In this episode we see the car's first public appearance and witness the first fire-up!
  11. Good point Flaming, that's why I always drive at 9 or 23 KM over posted speed limits (except for schools and built up area's) refer below for my logic 😉 Exceeding the speed limit Penalty (as at 1 November 2018) Automatic licence suspension By less than 10 km/h $201 10 km/h–24 km/h $322 25 km/h–29 km/h $443 3 months 30 km/h–34 km/h $524 3 months

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