We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again; our roads have become far too gloomy and serious. Parking lots are filled with a kind of grayscale sadness thanks to the prevalence of white, black and silver paint on cars. Bright colors are rare, and non-metallic pastels? Forget about it. That’s sad, because this lilac…
When your dying uncle doesn’t want his greedy ex-wife to sell his Porsche 930 Turbo for scrap after he can’t protect it anymore, you can end up with one of the very few original Porsche Turbos in Australia. “MAD 930" is a fitting plate.
Or more like life with one of the last of the first Porsche 911 Turbos, since what Harry Metcalfe bought is a late 930 with a five-speed gearbox from 1989. And what a car it is!
With an air-cooled Porsche 911 Turbo at night. Duh!
Back in 1979 when he was just a rich guy rather than the rich guy, Bill Gates purchased the Porsche Turbo seen here. 33 years later, the car is scheduled to sell at an Austrian auction next month.
Customs officials in Los Angeles seized a 1976 Porsche 930 Turbo they found inside a container bound for the Netherlands. Turns out, that same car had been stolen in Las Vegas back in 1988. Who says Uncle Sam can't do anything right?
Some cars were born to be driven, some to be lusted after, and a few designed to be feared. With assistance from our frightened readers we've singled out the ten cars that scare the crap out of us.