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Re: Porsche Turbo S (no Audi content)

> Well I saw a new White Turbo S, for the first time in person, on my way
> home from work this evening.  The wheels were the body color as well.
> I don't think I finished cleaning all the drool off my steering wheel
> yet.  I've never driven a new turbo, but I bet I can imagine what one is
> thinking after driving one.  I would imagine it's something a long the
> lines of " ...sell my house, my car, my wife/girlfriend, my soul,
> etc....and possibly come up with some of that $150K..." =)  All I can
> say is...I WANT ONE!!!
This will be the first car that I will be buying when I can afford 
it.  I had a chance to drive the "regular" 1997 bi-turbo this summer 
and I have to tell you that I didn't want to wash my hands for days 
(just joking).  I know the owner of the local Audi/Porsche dealer so 
it was easy for me to get a test drive (it was his car).  What amazed 
me was not only the incredable power all the way from 2000 rpm but 
the smoothness of the power application.  If you remember the older 
89 and down turbos it was like getting hit by a train when the boost 
hit.  The brakes on this car will make you put a racing harness in it
becouse they are so powerfull the regular seatbelts just might hurt 
you if you step on them suddenly.  Other than that all you see is the 
speedometer going around almost as quickly as the tachometer. 
Do not drive this car unless you can afford it.
It will make the rest of your life in an ordinary car (sorry Audi 
lovers) mizerable unless you have a HIGHLY modified sport Quattro.
BTW did I mention that test drive prompted to install a turbo engine 
in my Coupe!
Later and sweet dreams.
Martin Pajak

1982 Coupe TURBO (467,000 km)
1984 4000s quattro (320,000 km under the wrench)
1970 Porsche 911E Targa (also under the wrench)

Who put my tools in the dishwasher?