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      04-19-2011, 10:16 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by stickypaws View Post
I just bought my second P-car last month. Now I have one that's 15 years old and one that's one month old. They have a similar iconic shape that's instantly recognizable yet both are very different. Plus their driving experience is so unique between the two yet with certain appreciated similarities. Both are 911 variants but both are like owning totally different cars. Different personalities from the same family roots. Changing the design would spoil that very unique familial connection.

If you don't like the design, then it's not for you. If you don't understand what I just said above, then it's definitely not for you.
Excellently Stated My Dear Friend. Ferry would be very proud of you.
FYI in the last few years Porsche has introduced several other cars Never done in their history such as Cayenne and Panamera. Ferry is probably kicking and screaming in his grave knowing that his beloved brand now has an suv and 4 door sedan. As for the 911 it has and always will be a 911.
Nuf said.

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