So here is a funny story.
I put on about 150km on the 3.6 today, while driving on the highway, I noticed one of the gauges seems dead, the one next to the fuel gauge. In the next circle, it's the oil temp and oil pressure, so I automatically assumed the dead one was the water temp gauge.
Called up my mechanic to be a smart ass and let him know he missed replacing a dead gauge.
He reminded me the car is air cooled, no radiators and hence no coolants, and no water temp gauge. That was the oil level gauge and while driving it should be hovering around the min level. Oops!
More stuff to learn driving old classics.
While the car is not consider very fast nowadays after 20+ years, it is still adequately fast! That boost and turbo lag, major kick when full boost come along, is addictive! The distinctive air cooled engine sound is very enjoyable too!
Wonder what took me so long to chase old Porsche Classics.
One major complaint, those headlights, man, my iPhone's LED shines brighter. How do people drive with those headlights back then?
I'm afraid you will loose interest fast...
I remember my 993 Targa...fun to drive but always felt like an "old" car.
It cannot hurt however to have a classic in a modern garage.
RC (Germany) - Rennteam Editor Porsche 991 Carrera 4 GTS Cabriolet (2015), Porsche Cayenne S Diesel (2017), Audi R8 V10 Plus (2016), Mini JCW (2015)