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The Shining. (by JWheel Photos)

The Shining. (by JWheel Photos)

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Booty. (by JWheel Photos)

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Earl Grey Lodge (by 1 SuperFly)

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McLaren P1 (by Nick George - ngphotog.com)

C63 BS (by Ian Radun Automotive Photography)

C63 BS (by Ian Radun Automotive Photography)

997 GT3 RS (by Ted Ziemba)

997 GT3 RS (by Ted Ziemba)

Ford Mustang Mach 1 ‘1970

Ford Mustang Mach 1 ‘1970

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lordmenon:
hello! awesome blog btw! i have a porsche 944 automatic. but i want to change its engine to a v8 with manual transmission, i tired looking for a porsche 928 (manual) but found out those are quite expensive, i just want to know whats the cheapest way to get a v8 into a porsche like mine? i live in new zealand so yeah
Me:

Hey, thanks man! Lets see if my followers could help since I might not give the best advice here.

Stingray on steroids (FT)

Stingray on steroids (FT)

davidcoyne13:

Ballennnnn Challenger! on Flickr.

davidcoyne13:

Ballennnnn Challenger! on Flickr.

It’s one thing to take a classic car and make it look modern — but it’s quite another to take a new car and make it look classic. That’s the idea behind the Ferrari 340 Competizione ($TBA). Built to pay homage to the 1952 Ferrari 340 Mexico — which was limited to just three examples — the Competizione is a one-off that began life as a Ferrari 456 GT, and kept its 470hp, 5.4L V12 and six-speed manual while gaining new aerodynamics, suspension, brakes, an interior that recalls the 340 Mexico while retaining some modern niceties, and, of course, new aluminum bodywork. (FT)

It’s one thing to take a classic car and make it look modern — but it’s quite another to take a new car and make it look classic. That’s the idea behind the Ferrari 340 Competizione ($TBA). Built to pay homage to the 1952 Ferrari 340 Mexico — which was limited to just three examples — the Competizione is a one-off that began life as a Ferrari 456 GT, and kept its 470hp, 5.4L V12 and six-speed manual while gaining new aerodynamics, suspension, brakes, an interior that recalls the 340 Mexico while retaining some modern niceties, and, of course, new aluminum bodywork. (FT)

Lets see if you can guess this one?

Lets see if you can guess this one?

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