Allard J2X MKII replica, owned by Roger Allard, grandson of Sidney Allard.
Source: Flickr / eduardoolivera
924 Carrera GT or 944 Made to Look the Part?
Spotted this while driving down Broad Ave. in Palisades Park, NJ yesterday around 11am. I would’ve stopped and taken some more photos but I was on my way to the post office to send a down payment on a home and it couldn’t wait..
Now this is either one of these replica Porsche 924 Carrera GT kits, or it’s a real one?!
Leaning toward a replica because the front valence was a tad crooked (doesn’t mean anything really because my front valence was crooked on my 944 due to someone backing into it) but that coupled with the shortened rear bumper and short side markers makes me wonder. On top of this, there was a roll cage inside so there was definitely some custom work done.
I’d love to believe it’s authentic, but my heart tells me it’s not. Helluva car one way or another. Wouldn’t mind talking to the owner.
King of the Snakes
Replica? Most likely. I mean, who would put a Bilstein decal on an authentic Cobra windshield? Doesn’t matter though, it’s still cool.
Anyway, I heard this one coming from a mile away. Got my phone out, got down on one knee, and waited to see what would come around the corner.
From the sound of it, I thought it was a blown Mustang, but I was pleasantly surprised to see this Cobra instead. Not too far off though, it’s probably powered by a Mustang engine.