With an air-cooled Porsche 911 Turbo at night. Duh!
That's why the people of downtown Los Angeles know perfectly well how a 930 Turbo sounds like when it pops and bangs on the overrun. I really wish the TDI Yeti standing in front of my flat could do something similar.
Not a chance.
The other thing is the wheels. It's true that a set of alloys can make or break a car.
I stayed stock and put Speedline Abarths on my Autobianchi. They look exactly like the plastic wheel caps did except for the red scorpions in their middle. Than again, I don't own one of every 911 from 1964 to 1973 like Magnus does.
At that level, you just make your own Fuchs version. Computers, diamonds cutting billet aluminum, tight rubber and perfection.
One day. Until then, just go for a good drive!