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    996TT/Pepper TT/356A/997 GT2

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  1. Suncoast should have all of the stuff you're after? https://www.suncoastparts.com/category/996Turbo.html I'd probably just get the front splitter locally.
  2. I think yours is great value and agree with Simon's call outs. My observations from afar are that it looks like a fantastic car, would be good to drive, not overly modified and has a tune by the best in the business. I think its great value at what you have it advertised at - number thing or not. I've tried to steer a few people towards it already (3), but horse to water and all that. If I was in the market for one, I'd be on the phone and drawing a cheque for it and rolling into that boost hit!
  3. yeah. Was pretty interesting to watch over the last few years, . The AP prices (steel) and things like Daytona's (stainless steel at 70k 🤣) are perplexing, why the price of a 5167 suddenly went from $60k in early 2021 to $140k in early 2022 I don't quite get. Guess its supply constraints. On the secondary market I would agree it seems there much of the asking prices have come off in the last 2 months or so. https://www.hodinkee.com/articles/rolex-finally-comments-on-the-product-shortage-and-conspiracy-theories-need-not-apply "The scarcity of our products is not a strategy on our part. Our current production cannot meet the existing demand in an exhaustive way, at least not without reducing the quality of our watches – something we refuse to do as the quality of our products must never be compromised. This level of excellence requires time, and as we have always done, we will continue to take the necessary time to ensure that all our watches not only comply with our standards of excellence, but also meet the expectations of our customers in terms of quality, reliability and robustness. Rolex does not compromise on what it takes to produce exceptional watches.All Rolex watches are developed and produced in-house at our four sites in Switzerland. They are assembled by hand, with extreme care, to meet the brand's unique and high-quality standards of quality, performance and aesthetics. Understandably, this naturally restricts our production capacities – which we continue to increase as much as possible and always according to our quality criteria. Finally, it should be noted that Rolex watches are available exclusively from official retailers, who independently manage the allocation of watches to customers." – ROLEX https://www.hodinkee.com/articles/are-there-too-few-rolex-or-too-many-millionaires
  4. Gearbox and closed deck block for starters I imagine to sort reliability. #LibertyRS
  5. Yeah, it comes with a lot more stuff standard than the S does. I cant remember entirely off hand as its been a while since I looked at it, but sport suspension (PASM), exhaust, sports seats etc are all standard.
  6. Cayenne secondary cat bypass pipes. Can get a set direct from Fabspeed or any other provider that does them. Have had them on my Cayenne for 10+ years.
  7. Didn't know that Luzzo thanks, will check next time ours goes in.
  8. Yeah it does at present, lots of manufacturing delays and there was talk that Porsche paused production on the 4.0 Cayman/Boxster this year - or at least there wouldn't be deliveries to Aust, but plenty of people in the US/Europe are still getting them so not sure on how accurate that is or isn't. I think it'd be realistic to expect ~ 18 months.
  9. Yep that looks like a nice car. Would be pretty tidy pace wise point to point I reckon looking at it!
  10. Lots of blacks, white, grey, silvers, reds. It'd then be yellows, or some of the metallic blues that were factory available such as (Aqua, Ice Blue Metallic) then I suppose anything of the standard palate that may have also been ordered in low numbers (macadamia etc) then paint to sample.
  11. Going ballistic with Penny Benjamin 🤣 There are no points for second place.

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