Black r34 gtt bonnet - BRISBANE
Original black paint.Hinges and windscreen squirters are missing.
Its straight and undamaged except it might need a respray on the top as the paint is blemished from an engine fire which can be seen in the pictures.The heat mat underneath is also damaged.
Send an offer via PM if you need it.Pickup only at Algester South Brisbane.
Stock mettallic black r34 gtt boot lid - Brisbane
Original paint is in very good condition [just dirty in picture] but the boot has a small section of rust around the brake light & surface rust on one of the wing mount holes.
Pickup only at Algester South Brisbane.
PM me for more info.
I drove a Porsche GT4
And I loved it.
Holy smokes this car was amazing. I only had a small amount of time so I couldn't get it out of the city but it was so easy to drive it was still impressive at low speeds.
I don't think I got it into any gear above 3rd. This is partially because it sounded so amazing at 3 - 4k that cruising in 3rd was making me drool a little. The noise was just insane. Shifting down, despite it being a classic clutch activated shift, the car still revved up to match the gear. This took a little getting used to but after you did, it was quite welcome.
The interior was still very well equipped. I wasn't expecting much in the cabin, especially as though the doors have no inside handles, only straps (interesting given no other obvious interior weight loss or simplification.) The gauges were gorgeous and the rightmost "gauge" was a screen showing any of the computer data or the navigation.
The centre console was beautiful with a nice and responsive centre screen. Behind the gear knob were switches for ECS, Sport, Suspension settings and the exhaust butterfly (which I left open.) With the car in a 'normal' mode it is very comfortable and civilised. The seats are really low and quite difficult to get out of when you're as tall as I am. The alcantara steering wheel was just beautiful and contained no steering wheel mounted controls or buttons.
The shifter was very short which was nice, but it took me a long time to find reverse on the first few attempts. It is up to the left of first, but the channel to get it over there was very narrow and difficult to find. After a few attempts it became increasingly easy to find so maybe I just needed some practice.
But, as I am quite the brake-o-phile, I couldn't stop looking at them. Just look at them!!!
See the rest of my pics here;
Here's a little driving video so you can hear it. If you just want the sound, watch from 1:00 onward.
What do you think? Does this float your boat?