LOOKING FOR A FLAT NOSE PAL?
No, it’s not an offer of a punch in the mush. It’s something far more damaging, especially to your wallet. The Old & New kit on Mikey’s 997 may be the best part of 15 grand, and that’s a fair chunk of change, but you’re going to have to put aside a little more to get your mitts on a bona fide 911 Flachbau. If it’s the more reasonably priced cars you desire, then a very nice 930 Slantnose can be had for the bargain sum of a couple of hundred grand nowadays. Although that’ll steadily increase in the coming years, so now is as good a time as any. If however, it’s a 935 you’re after, then congratulations on the size of your credit limit, because you’re obviously willing to shell out six figures on a motor you will probably only be able to drive around your own living room. The last one we saw was a Le Mans car formerly raced by Hollywood actor Paul Newman, auctioned for $4.4 million back in August. At today’s exchange rate, and with the extra 10 percent auction house fees, that roughly equates in Great British Pounds to: a fucking lot. Better start saving.