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post #1 of 26 Old 30th December 2003, 04:49 PM Thread Starter
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Morning Drive in Hong Kong

Exotic cars are never a rare sight in Hong Kong, but seeing them all in one location for a morning drive created quite a spectacle. Here are some pics:

Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale amongst a variety of Porsches


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Ferrari Group


996 GT3RS


996 GT3 & GT3RS


Older variant of the 996 GT3


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Great pics Karman The GT3 is the most beautiful Porsche of the moment in my opinion, especially the GT3RS. What are those wheels on the last GT3?
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jos, thanks Not sure of the wheels fitted to that particular GT3, but the owner of that car fitted a sequential shifter to the car as well as an Gemballa exhaust.

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Re: Morning Drive in Hong Kong

I love older gen white GT3's so much

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Re: Morning Drive in Hong Kong

Excellent pictures. So nice to see so many exotic cars in one place.
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Re: Morning Drive in Hong Kong

Great pics Karman. The GT3 in the last pic looks awesome.


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Re: Morning Drive in Hong Kong

One problem - they are all PARKED- where are the drivers?!?!?!

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Re: Morning Drive in Hong Kong

Morning drives are a usual occasion here especially on the weekends and owners generally bring their cars to this location via some nice twisty roads and to enjoy a quick breakfast (that's why you see the cars all parked).

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Ah, a place where people get up early in the morning just to go out driving great cars...sounds like heaven to me!

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Re: Morning Drive in Hong Kong

Karson:

Very nice photos of a fine collection of cars. I see you are having fun while back home. Thanks for sharing the pictures with us.

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