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By amdavid
#76946
Anyone like to take this for a spin? Guessing there ain't no Porsh motor in that thing.

What name would you give this car..?

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By Scott at Team Harco
#76949
Looks professionally done. Not my idea of what should be done to honor the Porsche name - but then again, I think dirt is for racing and pavement is for getting there...

'Dragula' has been taken, so I'll try for something later.
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By fpena944
#76952
@amdavid - I'd choose the name Baldrik.

It means "bold" in German and that applies in two ways: how it looks and how tough you have to be to put up with the Porsche purists reacting to the car.
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By amdavid
#76957
I was thinking "The Jug"...as in Juggernaut.

Good stuff so far....hadn't heard Dragula, but makes sense. I like "Bladrik" too. Bad Ass Bladrik...BAB.
By fpena944
#76963
amdavid wrote: Fri Apr 30, 2021 12:49 pm
I like "Bladrik" too. Bad Ass Bladrik...BAB.

Plus if you say it in a real thick German accent it really does sound intimidating :evilgrin:
By JustBud
#77029
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By linderpat
#84256
and yee shall be known henceforth as "abomination"
By fpena944
#84283
linderpat wrote: Mon Jun 07, 2021 7:20 am and yee shall be known henceforth as "abomination"
Haha, my 7-year old yelled that out when we were at the Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum and he saw the model of a 2-headed cow.

Yeah irrelevant but cracks me up each time I hear that word!
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By GaryAZ
#86251
panzerschwein, armored pig
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#86330
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