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Porsche smashed up but Malaysian driver escapes injury in Krabi

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Porsche smashed up but Malaysian driver escapes injury in Krabi

By The Thaiger

PHOTOS: Krabi Pitak Pracha Rescue Foundation

 

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A Malaysian tourist has escaped injuries after their Porsche collided with roadside barriers in Krabi yesterday. Krabi Pitak Pracha Foundation reports that they were notified of the incident yesterday in Mueang Krabi.

 

They arrived to find the damaged sport sedan on the side of the road with much of its front mouldings damage and laying separately on the road. The road side barriers also had damage where the vehicle had swiped them. No injuries were reported.

 

Thairath reports that the Malaysian driver was taken to Mueang Krabi Police Station for questioning and an alcohol breath test. Several other Porsche’s, all part of a Malaysian driving club, were also waiting at the scene when police arrived.

 

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Source: https://thethaiger.com/news/krabi/porsche-smashed-up-but-malaysian-driver-escapes-injury-in-krabi

 

 

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Signs of earlier respray at the front, I'll wager this is not the first time he's shunted the car. Why is it such vehicles are often seen in the hands of idiots who can't drive? Porsche's are unpredictable, easy to get a case of the tail wagging the dog. Looks like he spun it all on his own.... genius.

 

Interesting, so it is possible to temporarily import a car into Thailand.

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This road has a concrete barrier running through the middle, which is not visible on the pictures. He took out a piece of that barrier, coming around a bend.

Great stunt, as we are getting ready for some " Fast and Furious 9" filming here 🙂

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10 hours ago, Nong Khai Man said:

Bit of T-Cut will Fix It >>>>

You can't buff out dents and scratches from duct tape and silicone filler.would make a nice beach buggy though.

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On 6/18/2019 at 12:22 AM, DaRoadrunner said:

Signs of earlier respray at the front, I'll wager this is not the first time he's shunted the car. Why is it such vehicles are often seen in the hands of idiots who can't drive? Porsche's are unpredictable, easy to get a case of the tail wagging the dog. Looks like he spun it all on his own.... genius.

 

Interesting, so it is possible to temporarily import a car into Thailand.

You can bring your car to Thailand as a visitor...no problem.

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On 6/18/2019 at 3:22 AM, DaRoadrunner said:

Signs of earlier respray at the front, I'll wager this is not the first time he's shunted the car. Why is it such vehicles are often seen in the hands of idiots who can't drive? Porsche's are unpredictable, easy to get a case of the tail wagging the dog. Looks like he spun it all on his own.... genius.

 

Interesting, so it is possible to temporarily import a car into Thailand.

Nice spot of the over spray and totally agree that there are lots of people with more cash than skill and this guy probably spun all on his own.

One thing though, everyone says they are still tail happy, in my experience the newer models from the 996 on wards are basically neutral and very stable.

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