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About DJM

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    Ferry's Protegé
  • Birthday 04/01/1971

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  • Location:
    Mount Eliza, Vic
  • Ride/s
    991.2 GT3 CS

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  1. Doesn’t sound like a 9000rpm GT engine.....🤔
  2. Used 991.2 just grew in value 👌🏻
  3. Love it 👌🏻 does your old man still have the 996 GT2? Stuff that engine in your cup car and stick it to the 2RS down the straight 😂
  4. ^ now Porsche just need to give it the full fruit 500hp engine and an RS badge 🙏🏻
  5. Aluminium grease on the hubs? I read somewhere that you’re meant to apply that every time you remove and reinstall the wheels. Thankfully the roadworthy guy I used recently decided he didn’t want to mess with centrelocks and did his checks with the wheels in place. I assume Porsche would do properly at a service?
  6. https://www.motortrend.com/cars/porsche/718-cayman/2021/2021-porsche-718-gt4-pdk-first-test/
  7. The Bradmobile 😎 So he couldn’t sell it at $335k after significant time on market, dropping progressively by 20k and rejecting market relevant offers so he flogged it to PCB who reckon they can achieve 390k? Best part of $100k markup....? Wowsers.
  8. DJM

    WTB MK1 996 GT3 CS

    I was at Sandown today and there were a few there, somehow the 996 GT3 just looks better and better with age. Stunning car, well done and I like the sound of the mods.
  9. 996 carrera 150,000kms Back yard supercharged hitting the limiter on every gear change what could possibly go wrong 💣💥
  10. Must be time for another C&C lap of Winton.......in an RSR. At least I’ll have a car to this time.
  11. Simply stating fact - Carsales shows that Chellingworth sold it (they didn’t) and last listed price suggests that what it sold for (it didnt). Why would they do that.....🤔. By the way, Miami blue bottom left did NOT sell. It was withdrawn from market but marked as sold at the asking price which again was a lot more than it nearly sold to me for. More misleading data.
  12. I don’t have an issue with dealers making a profit. Some people are happy paying a premium to buy from a dealer. My issue is when they artificially inflate/misrepresent the price a car sold for. The only reason to do this is to mislead the market into paying more for the next car.
  13. Don’t confuse Carsales listing prices with actual sold prices and market value. Having said that, it’s obviously very difficult to really know but I can say categorically that the car I just bought was purchased for substantially less than the last listed price on Carsales......and I bought privately not from the dealer who marked it sold. Dealers obviously have a vested interest to portray the market to be above reality

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