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post #76 of 84
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
The Panamera is rather impressive looking in person.

It is a car that appears to be on the prowl, or perhaps the driver is on the prowl.

wow. this coming from someone who doesn't like cars made after 1980
post #77 of 84
There is an article in Auto Week about a convertible Panamera in the works.
post #78 of 84
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wow. this coming from someone who doesn't like cars made after 1980

It brings to mind the 928, which I like.
post #79 of 84
^^^I passed one today, and started drooling. It looked to be in great condition, but it was raining hard so I don't know for sure. Nonetheless, it was great to see it.
post #80 of 84
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^^^I passed one today, and started drooling. It looked to be in great condition, but it was raining hard so I don't know for sure. Nonetheless, it was great to see it.
One doesn't often see 928s on the road for one reason or another. Statistically speaking, I see more old Rolls Royces and the like than 928s.
post #81 of 84
I found this on Comcast On Demand today.
I couldn't find it online, but here is a link with a couple of youtube links:
Panamera vs UK Royal Mail

It was an enjoyable segment and gives a good idea of the car
post #82 of 84
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It brings to mind the 928, which I like.
I learned to drive stick on a 928. Great machine but tough clutch for a learner. My dad bought one of the first off the boat. The S4 version remains of the best cars I have ever driven.
post #83 of 84
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post
The Panamera is rather impressive looking in person.

It is a car that appears to be on the prowl, or perhaps the driver is on the prowl.

Saw one today near my house. In a beautiful black/slate color. Very pretty.
post #84 of 84
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Originally Posted by Artisan Fan View Post
I learned to drive stick on a 928. Great machine but tough clutch for a learner. My dad bought one of the first off the boat. The S4 version remains of the best cars I have ever driven.

I believe the H-pattern also starts out on Reverse like a race car.
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