Staff, 2022-12-31 07:52:10,
The Porsche 911 (997.2) GT3 RS has become a bit of a favorite and is looking more like a long term keeper with each passing day.
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This past Sunday was a glorious day, if you were a cactus. Not a cloud in the sky, and no shade to be found anywhere either. Temperatures were pushing triple digits Fahrenheit, the lawn had turned a light shade of brown, and the few tourists I had seen earlier in town had not discovered the miracle of sunscreen as they were as red as the lobsters we had devoured the prior evening. I had a few hours before I needed to be anywhere, so it was a good opportunity to pull a couple of cars out of the garage and just go enjoy a drive. While I am a big fan of convertibles, this was the type of weather where you can feel your brain cells boiling when your dome is baking under the scorching sun. Something with a roof and at least semi adequate air-conditioning seemed to be very much in order. The cool environment also would lend itself to a bit more of a workout so manual and highly engaging were in order.
Porsche 911 (997.2) GT3 RS
The first set of keys I grabbed happened to belong to the white red eared winged Teutonic beast. Since its arrival on the east coast, the Porsche 911 (997.2) GT3 RS has become a bit of a favorite and is looking more like a long term keeper with each passing day. It’s a car that scores at the top of the charts on driver’s engagement. Its lack of…
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