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  1. I would buy it and drive it - if / when the sporto fails, change it to a 915 manual box.
  2. What the f%ck are they talking about?? Stepping it down over time so the loss is incrementally absorbed each time a 2nd hand car changes hands? What if it only changes hands once - bought before and sold after the phase out? And how is that fair to new car buyers? Who gets the extra money that is no longer a legitimate tax? Self serving BS cloaked in concern for their customers - Porsche simply trying to mitigate loses on their trade ins and 2nd hand car sales whilst bleeding their customers. Unless I'm missing something?
  3. 2015 CTS had 2 silver cars with around 50,000 kms that sold for $185k or there abouts. That was about $35k more than what everyone else was asking.
  4. Replace the cup and bushings in the shifter while you're at it - I did it on mine as well as a Wevo precision coupler and it was like a new box.
  5. Lovely car .... Bump for Jono's 912 too - good starting price at $28k that's for sure .....
  6. They can still damage the paint on the rain gutters pending what weight is placed on them.
  7. Bit slow on this one. Great movie T. How insane is that Australian delivered matching numbers blutorange F100 at 3:48 .... now THAT"S a car.
  8. Hey Merv. Good to know about Carb Rescue and glad you got it sorted. Nothing beats original!
  9. Gday Merv, Maybe these guys can help - they're up your way too. https://classiccarbs.com.au/index.php?_route_=Contact-us Ben
  10. Let me know if you decide to sell it!
  11. That's reassuring - cheers for the detail @1q2w3e4r - much appreciated. What year model is yours? I also just read through this thread; Heaps of good info from some really knowledgeable people. Gotta love PFA. Cheers, Ben.
  12. Jumping in on this thread as looking for a 2003 - 2006 Turbo around 100,000 klms. Seriously just the coolant pipes to worry about on a 15yr old plus car? That's great news. I also heard brakes take a beating, but that doesn't really scare me. Anyone got an idea of general maintenance costs / servicing costs? What about electrical systems and air suspension etc? Terrified of getting a car with engine warning lights and stuff coming on constantly as with my wife Q5 ...... .... bear in mind the newest car I've owned is my '78 Ford F100 daily driver.

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