The Porsche 930 is quite possibly the ultimate Porsche 911 Turbo experience, blending together art and science in a classic, beautiful package.
Tribute bands may not always look like their honorees, but they usually do a good job of at least sounding like them. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe '81 Porsche 930 is outwardly a tribute to the legendary 959, but does its price think it's the real deal?
In The Pit and the Pendulum Edgar Allen Poe imagines a diabolical death machine involving an arcing scythe. If Poe were alive today, he might find this Nice Price or Crack Pipe Porsche 930 equally fiendish for its pendulum-like handling properties, but would he also find its price horrific?
Porsche's Weissach skidpad in the mid-1970s. Look upon these fisheyed works, ye mighty, and despair. Enjoy the weekend!
From the oh-ye- of-questionable- taste department: Here's a rare (in the US) Porsche 911 kit car made by Covin that's currently on the eBay block. Like most Covins, this one's on a VW chassis, though unlike many Colvins, it's powered by a Ford four banger that's actually turbocharged as per its 930 pretense. It needs…