Speed Society Giveaway #37 Track Legend, Corvette VS Porsche!
1992 Porsche 964 Turbo
What’s standing out without making a statement? The 1992 Porsche 964 Turbo fuses icons with efficiency, creating the perfect all-around car. Winning this car means the chance to own just 1 of 309 964 Turbos delivered to the US for the 1992 model year – a special opportunity indeed. Some cars are fun to look at but this car is an entire experience.
This Porsche means business. That’s why we start from the top with a GT2 Track Conversion from GAS Motorsport that has this car equipped with everything that it needs to become a GT2-style race car, including a full roll cage.
From there, we find the heart of the operation. The car retains the original 3.3L engine that has been modified with forged internals to take a great starting point and make it even stronger.
From there, a great deal of air is added to the equation thanks to the likes of a custom billet turbo. Air then flows through a custom intercooler to keep the temperatures down for maximum efficiency. A twin plug ignition and RUF cams help to complete the combustion process of turning air and fuel to power. After the combustion process, the car breathes well, expelling the exhaust through a set of stainless steel headers for peak efficiency.
Alcon Brakes and Bilstein 993 RSR Shocks round out the performance appeal. What good is a performance machine really if it doesn’t have the stopping power and cornering ability necessary to keep it all in one piece?
When all is said and done, the combination is good for 437 hp and 427 lb-ft of torque while weighing in with a wet weight of 2,787 lbs.
The ’92 964 Turbo is an absolute classic with looks that hill. However, this particular car will stand out from the pack.
In order to make a statement, our Porsche has been treated to 993 Composite bodywork with wide fenders for a more aggressive stance. Top it off with the GT2 EVO spoiler out back and we really have a machine that is guaranteed to make a statement.
Last but certainly not least, we have another iconic design under the car with Custom three-piece BBS E88 wheels that are wrapped in a set of Nitto NT01 tires.
The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is Chevrolet’s big step into the future of Corvette. Equipped with a 6.2-liter V8 engine tastefully modified with an AWE exhaust, this monster belts out over 495 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. The car features an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission, delivering power to the rear wheels, a combination that is more than enough to truly make any driver feel alive.
As advertised by Chevrolet, the C8 features a top speed of 194 mph and can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in under 3 seconds prior to modification. Other performance features include a lightweight aluminum frame, an aerodynamic body design, and an advanced suspension system.
With the re-imagination of the Corvette in 2020 to its mid-engine configuration, fans around the globe have been incredibly excited about the newest addition to the supercar world. We couldn’t help but love the look of the 2020 Corvette but we figured that a couple of aesthetic touches might just spruce up the ride to make it a bit more aggressive.
The first thing that one might notice about the car is that it’s decked out in carbon fiber. This is thanks to the folks at Sigala, who have graced this amazing machine with their carbon fiber hood, mirror covers, and Z06 wing to really set off the incredible machine’s body lines.
We couldn’t forget the wheels, either. The ADV.1 ADV005 FLOWspec wheels truly make a statement. Because the C8 makes the most of an angular design, the lightweight ADV005, and its angular silhouette provide the perfect complement to make this Corvette stand out versus the less exciting factory wheel package.
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