Ruf Yellowbird and Ruf CTR 3 - CAR and DRIVER

Jethro Bovingdon, Car and Driver's European correspondent, takes the fabled 911 Ruf Yellowbird for a spin around the test track, visits the RUF factory, and takes the Ruf CTR 3 on Germany's autobahn for some high-speed fun. Do you want to speak with Jethro Bovingdon, or Mark Bramley, the cinematographer? You can reach them at their Twitter handles below! Jethro Bovingdon: @JethroBovingdon Mark Bramley: @MarkBramley Subscribe! http://bit.ly/subscribecaranddriver Twitter: http://bit.ly/tweetcaranddriver Facebook: http://on.fb.me/facebookcaranddriver Each week, the Car and Driver YouTube Channel will launch episodes of The Full Hoon, Driver Rehab, Battle of the Beaters, Car and Driver: Tested, Popular Mechanics Saturday Mechanic, and Road & Track Presents.

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Ruf CTR "Yellow Bird" full laps on Nürburgring Nordshleife 1987 (Option Auto)
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RUF CTR3 Club sport - The fastest Porsche around with a road licence
http://www.facebook.com/autobild http://www.google.com/+AUTOBILD http://www.twitter.com/autobildonline Today, we've got something special on the test track. The RUF people seem to have no respect. They take this car -- a brand new turbo -- take the engine out, shift the axis back 30 centimetres and put the engine back in at 180 degrees and transform it from a rear engine to a mid-mounted engine. Why? So that it takes bends faster. Whether that works or not is what we want to find out here at the Lausitzring.





Porsche 911s Vs Ferrari F40s !
Porsche vs Ferrari. That's what has always been, & that's what it'll always be. But it's a tie this time ! Commentary on movies didn't leave much for the engine sounds of the car, thus the use of a song. If the annotations (writings in boxes) bothers while watching, use the "stop annotations" button (grey one with white arrow in the far right).





1988 RUF 911 Turbo for sale with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video
http://flemingsultimategarage.com 301.816.1000 Original $75K MSRP plus $60K RUF upgrade - $135K spent w/ receipts! 3.4 liter turbocharged & intercooled RUF BTR3 6 @ 630hp w/ adjustable Boost ($42K)! 4 speed HD transaxle, beautiful widebody, great looking Gran Prix white paint, Sparco seat interior, power sunroof, power windows/locks, polished Intercooler, full RUF gauges, 17" RUF alloys ($4K), custom console w/ digital sound, great sport Exhaust sound, 47K miles/18K miles on conversion




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