Racing in the Rain Summit Point Porsche 924 ITB 090212
At 3:49 I catch and pass the Rabbit, but at around 5:20 I give up a lot of time avoiding a spinning Honda. The Rabbit and the MR2 I was chasing got clear away, but I finally passed the MR2 (13:36) exiting turn 5 when he slid wide. The track was just slick every where. It was so humid that a dry line never developed, and the inside of 5 was like an ice rink. Lots of fun!
Summit Point Porsche 924 ITB 090112 part 1
A hell of a battle with that yellow BMW 2002. I finally got a better exit
from turn 10, picked up the draft, and passed him around the 5:20 mark of
part 2 of the video
First Gear - 1987 Porsche 924S
Want a retro Porsche that won't blow your budget, but will still make you
smile? If so, then perhaps look into a 1987 Porsche 924S and watch this
quick review of one.
Produced by First Gear Media, LLC.
A Rare Series One Porsche 924 Turbo Carrera GT Recreation in Impeccable Condition. SOLD!(HD)
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An extremely rare Series One Porsche 924 turbo Carrera GT recreation in impeccable
Integrated polyurethane spoiler, Carrera GT bodykit, removable rigid
sunshine roof, halogen lamps, integrated headrests, door pockets, locking
glove compartment, folding rear seats, rear roller blind, electric windows,
green marking sports gauges, 'turbo'
door step panels, electric door mirrors, rear window wiper, space-saver
spare. Factory fitted options; High pressure headlamp washer system, front
screen green shade.
Finished in Porsche Grand Prix White 507, (like the prototype Carrera
GT/GTS models), this fascinating model gleams brightly. Cosmetically
enhanced with a Carrera GT bodykit, all as part of an extensive rebuild,
which saw many fittings re-anodised and powder coated. The body kit is not
a poorly attached fibreglass kit, instead it includes steel front wings and
the correct rear inner wheelarch in-fills for those iconic flared arches.
Everything is tight and strong. Detailing even extends to correct GT
decals. Clean inner wheel arches, waxoyled chassis and suspension, are
reassuring signs of careful maintenance and limited dry weather enjoyment.
Minute touched-in stone chips to the lower front bumper and passenger wing
are barely noticeable and do not detract from the craftsmanship and care
lavished on this car.
As with the prototype Carrera GTS this example sports the same white
pinstripe upholstery in undamaged, spotlessly clean condition. Sinking
into the cockpit presents the driver with a wealth of working
instrumentation such as an oil-pressure gauge, ammeter and clock with green
lettering, as used for the instruments of the Series 1 only for just 2
years. Deep black carpeting, perfect door cards and tight headlining
reveal the pampered life this car has enjoyed. A tiny split to the rear
headlining along a stitched seam will enable an unseen repair to be made if
necessary. Pure Porsche driving pleasure.
ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The 2-litre 924 engine with a Bosch a fuel injection system and 0.7bar turbo charging produces 170bhp with
smoothness and flexibility allowing a sprint to 62mph in 7.8 seconds. The
detailed engine bay features many as new components in appearance and with
professional maintenance, (most recently from renown Dave Griffiths Racing
Ltd), reliability and enjoyment can be expected. Linked with a 5-speed,
dog-leg gearbox with progressive and positive action.
WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
Fitted with the very expensive and much sought after Fuchs lightweight
alloy rims (7-inch front / 8-inch rear, as on the 911 turbo) in excellent, polished condition. These
are wrapped in Yokohama Ad Van 225/50 R16 tyres. An unused space-saver
spare is retained. Four internally ventilated brake discs with floating
calipers inspire repeated confidence.
This example was registered on the 5th March 1980 and is the rarer Series 1
Porsche 924 turbo model, built 1979-80.
(This model continued for only two years, before being supplanted by the
series 2 version from 80-84). Purchased from an avid Porsche enthusiast
who purchased this example seven years ago due to the convincing and
professional build it offers of the first prototypes from Porsche to
recreate the very limited 75/406, designated type 938 RHD models ever
Enthusiasts can rarely find one of the genuine examples and the £25-45K
prices they now command show no signs of cooling. The condition and
overall finish should not be assumed to be comparable to other "projects"
Recent service receipts showing cambelt, camshaft oil seal, stainless Exhaust, fuel hoses, starter motor, fuel
pump, plugs, oil changes, etc. all replaced professionally in the last 24
months by reputable specialists Dave Griffiths Racing Ltd.
MOT June 2014, Tax September 2013, Approved Used Car Check Certificate and
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