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Old 08-27-2015, 05:42 PM   #36
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Yeah it looked like that one exactly except it was white. I didn't see if the person driving it had a really big cell phone and way too much hair product or not.
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The flares really help with putting a wide wheel in the back. Ours has 12s in the back. There's a lot of room back there.

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This whole Porsche 924S vs V6 mustang comparison is amusing. Keep it going.

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It seems like a valid comparison to me because the cars have similar performance potential. The SCCA seems to agree because they have at least one class of wheel-to-wheel road racing where the Porsche 924S / 944 and 3.8 Mustang are deemed to be of similar performance when prepped pursuant to the rules of that class.

When I made the comparison, it wasn't meant to amuse, but to illustrate a point -that the 3.8 Mustang has merit as a competition- worthy sports car in sactioned club-level motorsport wherin cars of similar performance potential are grouped together in classes.

I'm done with making the comparison for the purposes of this thread, though. I doubt if the OP has any interest in setting his car up for sanctioned competition and gather that he's most likely purely interested in a fun daily driver, so compairisons between cars of similar performance potential are likely of little value to him.
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