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Issue 12
Table of Contents

Past Issues Index
Roadfly Magazine
Porsche Carrera GT3
Issue Twelve
May 25, 2004
Porsche 911 GT3
2004 New York Auto Show Coverage
BMW Promotes Chris Bangle
First Drive: 2004 Bentley Continental GT
Digital Camera Comparison & Review
ZF Sachs Nivomat Suspension
Preview: 2005 Porsche 911
Coming Next Issue
Beat Gas Prices
BBQ Guide
Dells Auto Museum
iPod FM Tuners

2004 Porsche GT3 Review
Beauty and the Beast: An Owner's Perspective (continued)

Porsche 911 GT3

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Yellow Porsche 911 GT3

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The other thing really worth mentioning about this car is how beautifully crafted it is. The attention to detail, and fit and finish of every individual component really makes you realize that you have bought something very, very special. I also love the fact that this is such a bare bones machine. No electronic gadgets, no cruise control, just a simple old fashioned sports car. It is exactly what I hoped it would be.

In conclusion, I think that the two most important things to do if you are planning on purchasing a GT3 are having the right instruction for how to drive it fast, and getting the correct alignment dialed in. This certainly isn’t a car you can jump into and just drive fast, it is a very peculiar, and unforgiving machine, but once you learn its wicked ways, it becomes both addictive and extremely enjoyable. Just don't be surprised when M3's go whizzing by you, as they are a much easier way to go fast!

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