Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed

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All cars and tracks​

Enter multi-player mode and select the "Peer To Peer" option, but choose to race alone. You will be able to select any car on any track.
 
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Buying cars​

When you want to buy a car but you do not have enough money, do not wait until you win enough for the purchase. You will not be able to get enough money to buy the good cars until the next era. For example, the Moby Dick car is $450,000 on the market in the 70s, but will be sold broken for over $2,000,000 on the used menu. The 365s in the 50's sell for between $11,000 to $13,000, but will be priced broken for over $100,000. When you are short of cash, buy the used cars, fix them up, then sell them for more. Collect money until you have enough to buy a new car.
 
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Car Handling​

When driving any car, there are several things to keep in mind. When the rpm reaches more than 5,100 rpm, do not attempt to make a sharp turn, or try to turn off a jump. With a vehicle with good handling (for example the 1967 911), if you feel it shaking or losing control, slowly alternate from left to right, carefully. When playing "Evolution", and the variety of cars are permitted, use a ''car compare", because the Mixed class 2/3 in the Golden Era, the 914/4 , 911S (Targa also), and the Carrera 2.7L are permitted . If you race a 914/4 in a Carerra, the chances of you winning are 9 2.4/10. Finally, it does not hurt to test drive your cars, or buy a part to see your driving abilities.
 
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