March 18 (Reuters) - Porsche will replace the engines in all of its current model year 911 GT3 sports cars and has told owners to stop driving the cars because they could catch fire, the Volkswagen AG unit said on Tuesday. Last month, Porsche from its headquarters in Stuttgart, Germany said it was recalling all of the 785 of the model year 2014 911 GT3 cars produced because of the fire risk. The action was taken after Porsche said it investigated two engine fires in which a loosened fastener ...
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