I must admit, being someone who has monitored discussions on forums all over the world about cars, and having not taken the plunge yet on something exotic (because I can't at present) it appears my love of the 911 is well placed. There is a bit on the Pistonheads forum about the unreliabilities of the early 996 911's but again I think the majority of cars did not have those problems. For me its really focused on a 997 911 or 987 Cayman S...if I don't get either of those two I will just save my money and continue with more affordable products from Renaultsport. I've had my Clio for 10 years and it's had two mechanical issues in that time. Not bad for a supposedly unreliable French car! As for driving engagement and fun, its untouchable at the price. And even those of you who have amazing machines above the $200k mark would do well to drive a Clio 200 or a Megane RS265...I think you would be amazed at how good they are...
Back to the QP...I guess I wanted the QP to be awesome because I love the way the old one looks...but paying $90k and then that again in repairs and fixing shit they didnt get right the first time is not my idea of fun motoring!
if someone gave me a QP for nothing I would not take it, confidence is shattered, have seen too many Maseratis on tilt trays, there is one at the end of Stanley st (a coupe with boomerang tail lights) I have seen it more being towed than driven.
what about a Renault 5 Turbo 2
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