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Very nice writing style.

And yet I find it hilarious that Porsche, having thus perverted the car's power-to-weight ratio, chose to retain the two swing-arm cup holders. This begs the question: What the hell is in the cups?
From the extraneous metaphor file: The GT2 is like lighting a cigarette on an erupting volcano. It's like cutting a line out of a kilo of cocaine and then snorting the kilo.
 

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Awesome article. Thanks for the link, I'll have to continue reading him.
 

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I picked up a GT3 a couple of weeks ago, as fast as it is, I can't imagine the GT2. How much horsepower is enough?? Oops, what a stupid question!
Love the GT3.
 

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great article! can't wait until the GT2 comes out. thats car is going to be insane
 

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Saw a GT2 on the highway yesterday being driven really slow. As it would be in Los Angeles. It was a nice looking car though.
 

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Dan is a great guy, I have worked with him before.

He's driving the police car in this shot. We overheated the car doing that LOL

 

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Also shared with the GT3 are the phenomenal 15-inch carbon ceramic front disc brakes and fully adjustable suspension inspired by the paint-shaking machine at Home Depot.
Witty, I appreciate that.

As much as the GT2 is incredible, I somehow find the GT3 more appealing still.
 
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