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.