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  1. Congrats Rocta!! Can’t wait to see it in person! Who does your PPF (feel free to PM or text if you prefer).
  2. Congrats and enjoy in the best of health! Stunning! Hoping to see it at CnC this season!
  3. Congrats and enjoy the beast for many miles in the best of health!
  4. Congrats and enjoy in the best of health!
  5. Thank you! Did my first “mod”: new factory DME relay. Has new Michelin PS4S Very pleased with the tires Quiet and much improved grip over 7-8 year old tires
  6. Docta - it was nice saying a brief hello! Your purple machine looks awesome as usual! Great images, thanks for sharing. So far we are enjoying it as miles are added. Roughly 400 and counting...
  7. Thanks! Appreciate the kind words, and you are correct! It will be loved AND driven! Hoping the tires are in this week (current tires are 2012/2013). Doing lots of reading about the 993 and things we might consider for the “big” service.
  8. Thanks Jason! Hope all is well with your girls and everyone is healthy and finding things to celebrate during these crazy times. We’ve had the car since Monday and so far put on a little over 200 miles. Today the ODO eclipsed 30,000! We are both thoroughly enjoying it, and my husband went from saying this car was ALL about me and he had zero interest, to now fully embracing and enjoying it! (Which makes it even better for me). It is very different from anything we’ve owned, and it’s very comfortable and highly engaging, especially at typical street speeds. I’m still getting use
  9. Thank you Docta. Hope to see you this season at some point. Thanks VCR! It's our second 911 and I think it could be with us for awhile. It's much more comfortable than the 991RS, especially for hubby's bad back. But even so we put 6000 miles on that one in 18 months before selling.
  10. 1995 993 with 30k miles. Original everything except 18” wheels (Porsche and period correct). A friend had a neighbor who wanted to downsize. I first saw the car last Tues and it was in our garage by Monday afternoon. Had an extensive PPI Monday morning which revealed an all original car (except wheels). Service records under the former owner to 1996. He was the third owner. The first two had it for 8000 miles combined and a very short time. It was sold 3 times by the same dealer (who I use for service) and they knew the entire history of the car. As they say, you buy the car a
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    Yes - VERY quiet around here...
  12. Thanks for posting. He definitely has excellent taste in cars! Lucky he didn’t hurt himself or anyone else.
  13. Congrats Placid - tell us more. Impressions? Enjoy in the best of health!
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    Quail 2020

    I think “normal” will look different after we emerge. Hoping everyone stays healthy and safe!
  15. I usually vote for keeping a classic car original but it looks so sleek without the wing. That wingless profile is gorgeous.
  16. Gorgeous! Enjoy in the best of health!!!
  17. Spectacular in white on white! Lovely. Congrats!
  18. On the edge of my bucket seat.... congrats!
  19. Sweet!! Enjoy in good health!
  20. Congrats on the Pantera. I have always liked them. Don’t see them very often. How bout a couple pics of your latest American muscle? Color? How do you like it so far?
  21. The track precision app was a joke. Poorly executed and very complex once you figured it out. Not nearly as user friendly as it should be for the price tag. I skipped it on the GT4 but hubby ordered it on the RS. He figured it out and helped a friend get his running but it took WAY too much time. No HID? My C6 Z06 had it. My BMW wagon has it. I imagine you find it on far less expensive cars than Porsche’s. Maybe the Taycan has it (I haven’t paid close attn cause I don’t care). But Porsche is late to market with tech and doesn’t do it nearly as well as others. The electronics on the Pa
  22. A close friend ordered the Taycan 4. I haven’t seen one yet in person. The dealer has a couple (already sold a turbo S demo car). But we are away and haven’t bothered to see if there is one locally to look at. Friend already had the charger installed in their garage. I’m very curious to see it. April delivery. In my experience Porsche does not execute technology very well. I hear it’s a fantastic handling car and blows away Tesla. It’s smaller than the Panamera. But tested range is 200 miles? That wouldn’t work for me. it’ll be interesting to see how it stacks up against comp
  23. No offense to those who like it: I love the IDEA of this car but the looks fall short for me - entirely because it’s too busy. The profile isn’t bad but I don’t like the rear and the nose. If it were “lower key” I’d be very interested. Too “boy racer” for my taste kinda like a Honda Civic Type R. Tries too hard to look the part. I prefer understated, more of a sleeper. For wagons in the US, I’ll stay with my ‘18 BMW ix drive I love the look and elegant lines. It’s versatile. Gas mileage is excellent (not overly important but a nice bonus). Comfortable. Our 201
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