Posts Tagged ‘Porsche’

Hemmings Sports & Exotics Car Show, Saratoga Springs – 2009

Tuesday, August 11th, 2009

hemmings-sportsexotics-car-show-saratoga1Saturday, August 8th marked the return of 4th Annual Hemmings Sports & Exotics Car Show at Saratoga Springs, New York. Alfa Romeo was the “featured” automobile marque this year with many gorgeous examples on hand ranging from Alfa Romeo Spiders, to GTs and Giuliettas. Classic Honda Motorcycles were the featured bikes. (more…)

SOLD – Porsche 911 Carrera 4 (Type-964)

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

964-for-sale-1For Sale: 1990 Porsche 911 Carrera 4 (Type-964) 79K miles. This stunning two-owner, black on black C4 with a 5-speed manual has been maintained to premium standards by its current owner who is a well-known Porsche specialist mechanic in the Hudson Valley region of New York. Always garaged and covered, the car is well-sorted for the enthusiast looking for that sporty edge with 4-wheel road grip and a truly classic look. This Carrera 4 features:

  • Lowered sport suspension w/ H&R double progressive springs,
  • J-pipe for extra breathing and grunt,
  • RUF Speedline wheels (staggered 17×8, 17×9)
  • RUF steering wheel,
  • RUF front chin lip,
  • Recaro light-weight, wrap-around race seats (orginal seats come with car, in great shape)
  • New sport tires

Aside from very minor and typical road rash on the low parts of the front end, this car is in great cosmetic condition; visually stunning.

Mechanically the classic and wicked AIR COOLED 3.6 twin-plug 6 cylinder will make your hands sweat as you lean into all her available horsepower and torque.  This Carrera is waiting for the right owner to enjoy for many, many years to come.

You should CONTACT US for further information about this Carrera-4 here.

Full walk-around pictures and video of car running below:


Porsche C4 Lightweight (911-964) – SOLD

Friday, February 27th, 2009

SOLD – this vehicle has been sold. Porsche C4 Lightweight (964) - This rare, extremely low mileage Porsche 964 Carrera 4 Lightweight has just 50 actual kilometers. It is possibly the lowest mileage car of the only 20  C4 Lightweights ever produced in Weissach’s race department. The car was built by Jürgen Barth’s Porsche sports department so it is one of the ultimate consumer racers to come out of the factory.

Having such low use, this particular car has barely a spec of dust on it being pampered through its lifetime. Look at the pictures of the motor and underneath – fresh out of the factory the hoses, shrouds and cases are still gleaming. Try to find another example like this; you won’t.


Put on Your Rain Tires – and Drive!

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

By Luis Martinez
from Watkins Glen International Raceway

The world of sports car racers is divided into two camps – those who drive in the rain, and those who won’t. Those who won’t drive in the rain will say that it’s dangerous, it’s crazy, or that they’ve already had an accident in the rain so they won’t try it again.

I’m writing this section as a metaphor for realities in life – because the sun is not always shining; the track is not always dry; the temperature is not always 75 F. As a driver, you can’t always count on using your racing slicks (sticky racing tires without tread) to race in dry, sunny weather. In life we have cloudy days, windy days, fog, sleet, hail, snow, hurricanes, etc. So my approach to sports car racing – and to life – is to try something different, learn new skills, stretch my boundaries, and make informed decisions in areas outside my comfort zone.

Among sports car racers I’m in the minority because I’ve never missed a run group or driving session just because it’s raining. In fact, as a result of my experience in the rain, many of my racing students have come back to me over the years to ask me to jump in their cars, ride with them and give them driving tips. They call me Mr. Smooth Martínez, a reference to my driving style that is silky smooth, not hurried – going stinkin’ fast while making it look easy and comfortable. It’s a driving style that I’ve honed and finessed over 16 years of track time. Where did I develop that driving style? Driving in the rain.


Winslow Car Show for Charity, Warwick NY (2008)

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

Winslow Car Show Warwick NYOn Sunday August 24th, 2008 local collector car enthusiasts came out to Warwick, New York for a car show to raise money for the Winslow Riding Center, a local not for profit organization that runs a therapeutic horseback riding center for riders with disabilities.

Modern sports, muscle and vintage collector cars of all makes and models came to the event. There was even a small area for historic motorcycles to park and join in on the fun. It turned out to be a beautiful day with lots of sunshine and huge amounts of money raised for this great cause. Sports Car Advisors brought out 2 cars this day so we shared in the contributions ;-)


Hemmings Sports & Exotics Car Show 2008 – Saratoga Springs

Monday, August 18th, 2008

Sunday August 10th, 2008 brought the Hemmings Sports & Exotics Car Show to the Saratoga Automobile Triumphs at Saratoga Hemmings Show Museum in Saratoga Springs, New York. Triumph cars was the featured marque and sports and exotic cars of all makes came out to Saratoga Springs on this day. The show started promptly at 10am but by about 1pm heavy thunderstorms and lightning sent everyone packing and heading for the roads. The Saratoga Automobile Museum is a great venue and Saratoga Springs has so much to offer for weekend out; from Horse Racing at the famed Saratoga tracks to Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), it’s a fantastic town to have a car show. (more…)

SOLD – Porsche GT-2 Clubsport (2001)

Sunday, June 29th, 2008

SOLD IN PRIVATE TRANSACTION – 2001 Porsche GT-2 Clubsport with 1,800 documented miles . For Sale (FS). The GT-2 Clubsport Porsche GT-2 Clubsport remains the fastest , highest performance 911 ever produced by Porsche. Only available on European GT-2’s, the Clubsport option was a limited production, high performance upgrade to the standard GT-2. (As delivered the GT-2 Clubsports had MSRP’s of over $220,000; significantly more expensive than the “standard GT-2.”) (more…)