The Touge-Otaku

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How Much is That Doggie in the Window?

Short answer? Expensive!

This is something I’ve always wanted to do. The local Porsche dealership always displays the best cars right in the front of their showroom, right on the sidewalk. So it’d be easy for someone who just happens to be walking by to take a few shots right?

And this time, some Porsche with bright-red wheels caught my eyes. I knew that tonight was the night for me to go and “just happen to walk by”.

Yes, it’s a Porsche 911 GT3 RS. You know, this is another one of those car’s I thought we’d NEVER see in Hawaii. I mean, we don’t have a track here. Wouldn’t that kinda defeat the purpose of bring a car like this here? You know a car that’s built specifically to be raced on a track?? Well, someone obviously will buy it, because Porsche of Hawaii seemed to see it fit to bring one over. One of only 415 coming to the states mind you. And besides, whatever the motivation, any ultra-rare, ultra-performance cars that make their way to our rock don’t get any complaints from me! Just being able to see these beasts up close is more than enough for me (still hunting for that rumored white SLS AMG running around as well!)!

Oh yeah, and this also happened to be on the opposite side of the showroom:

Yes, that is a Boxster Spyder. Too bad they didn’t pitch the tent on the top, I really wanted to see how that works!


2 responses to “How Much is That Doggie in the Window?

  1. eseer July 27, 2010 at 7:21 pm

    A fact from the porsche factory visit: Every Porsche that is made already has an owne. Porsche really doesn’t make it til’ someone orders it. So if these Porsches aren’t spoken for, that means that Porsche Hawaii is fronting money to have cars sit in their showroom and be eye candy for all x]

    Or they just let it sit in their showroom til’ the buyer comes?

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