Everyone loves the Porsche 911. Even my wife, who couldn’t care less about cars, appreciates a Porsche. The only disagreement I’ve ever heard when it comes to Porsches is whether we love the 914 now because it has no coolant, or still hate it because it’s a Volkswagen.
[Question: why do I suddenly want a fried-egg headlight 996 GT3? Photo Credit: Porsche]
There exists an insane performance value in the used car market, and it's called the Porsche 911 – specifically, the 996 chassis that spanned the years between 1999 and 2004. However, there is a catch: They experience premature engine failure due to a small but integral part of the engine. Here's how to fix it for…
I'm not sure what's the best part of this new Taken 3 trailer. No wait, yes I do. It's when Liam Neeson uses a 911 to take out a plane's landing gear.
World War II hasn't been forgotten in Lithuania, where displaying Nazi and Soviet symbols is prohibited by law. It's a law the authorities there take seriously.
In the brief history of the asshat meme, one Teutonic player who might be a prime suspect for gluteal haberdashery has yet to appear. This Porsche 996 driver steps up to fill the gap. (Hat tip to William!)
What is this? An air-cooled, short-wheelbase Porsche 996 racer? Well, kinda. It's a 1969 Porsche 911 that's been, um— modified slightly. The car has been race-prepped, and then some. In the process, the owner decided to have the standard body panels replaced with carbon-fiber 996-style ones. So why not just start with…