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    84 911 ( Healey 100/4 )

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  1. FAP911

    1989 Cab in Cairns

    Assuming its well sorted , original trim paint etc its very well priced - I dont need another car but if I did it'd be sold
  2. FAP911

    1st 356 Holiday in Coff's Harbour NSW

    Great pictures Thanks for sharing Beautiful array of cars
  3. Strongly suggest pulling the dent as best possible - Would avoid a new panel at all costs even though some panel shops may encourage it
  4. I'm furious - And its not even my car Whether deliberate or not it typifies the scum of our earth
  5. FAP911

    Ineffective brake pedal

    Hi Rafik I had the same problem on my 2.4T - Stock standard system and despite going through pretty much everything it was no better It was very underwhelming and so reading your text I thought I add my 2 cents Some guys suggest running slightly differnt pads ( check 911s registry ) and you may even try braided lines in case your using the old rubber by any chance So on those Lake Mountain runs I was always nervous but loved the car
  6. FAP911

    968 CS

    https://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/porsche/968/porsche-1994-968-cs-club-sport/7658781 About $72000 landed if this helps https://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/porsche/968/1993-l-porsche-968-3-0-club-sport-2d-240-bhp-genuine-cs-great-investment/8691362 And another with more kms
  7. Thanks Hugh - Is that you reaching out to Kerry or Kerry does them ? Cheers
  8. Can anyone steer me in the direction who has been designing the PFA events posters for NSW please
  9. FAP911

    944S Gear shift boot

    Thank You - But does it actually get cabletied / clipped to top of lever. Its a round hole approx 15mm to allow it to slide over lever just wanted to know if its meant to be sealed off
  10. FAP911

    944S Gear shift boot

    Just replacing the rubber inner gear shift boot! I can see how the rubber goes around the lip no problem but does it actually affix to the lever? Or is it just a insulator between the leather boot If so How ??? Thanks
  11. Detailing porn - The Orange RS is superb http://detailparadise.com.au/forum/pro-detailers-directory/vic/affinesse-premium-detailing/14648-2008-porsche-911-997-turbo-basalt http://detailparadise.com.au/forum/pro-detailers-directory/vic/affinesse-premium-detailing/14613-2017-porsche-911-991-gt3-rs-lava-orange
  12. FAP911

    944 sale price

    Thanks Steve - I even thought someone might want it as a club track car I'd rather tell people about the warts and all so as to be transparent - Great feedback Thanks Thanks Jason - Its RWC ( Victoria ) but still needs some cosmetics Will keep adjusting price over the next few weeks Thx
  13. FAP911

    944 sale price

    Selling my 944S that was going to be earmarked for my son but now wants a Golf GTI A couple of bites but nothing concrete Am I off the mark in pricing and if so where should it be ???? https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/balwyn/cars-vans-utes/porsche-944-s/1180599155
  14. Interesting perspective on cannabis - Apparently it'll be boom times with marijuana Not into it but interesting perspective re $$$$$$ https://iview.abc.net.au/programs/four-corners/NC1803H011S00
  15. Think "Coastr" summed it up beautifully in 930 Values thread Fun topic and thread drift. Cars are a fun hobby that you can navigate carefully to not spend a fortune on depreciation. Way more fun than wine or art. But they are not investments. The fun bit is losing less than everyone else or occasionally having a win where you get a clear profit. But it’s fundamentally a greater fool game and the population of fools will eventually exhaust. The simple definition is : investments feed you, liabilities eat you. A true investment provides cashflow and has a principal value that grows at least as fast as real inflation, or sometimes better. The number of cars in that bucket is astonishingly small and I doubt any 930s are in that bucket. You don’t have to pick winning stocks to do well. Just buying the asx200 and reinvesting the dividends for the last ten years would have nearly doubled your money, and required no insurance, taxes, maintenance, and that is in a period where it tracked sideways for a long time.