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    2001 996 C4

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  1. D2000

    Tyre recommendations

    I do too and am too
  2. If it was an S with those kms, a stunner and original engine, presumably somewhere between $85 and $100k.
  3. 997.1s with a new 997.2 motor for $73k. Looks like a pretty good buy to me https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2005-Porsche-911-Carrera-S-997-Manual/OAG-AD-16883361?pageSource=details&id=OAG-AD-16883361 actually looking at it some more some oddities - the rear badge for one. And the paint looks like it needs some serious correction
  4. You should thing about just keeping it in case you want to put it back to stock or you want to sell at some stage - many buyers will want to know they can put it back to stock if they want to
  5. Very good buying. Can’t see it lasting long
  6. Looks nice. Stereo buttons aren’t even sticky.
  7. You add a cable like this to the back of your stereo https://www.soundlabsgroup.com.au/p/Becker-Phone-Aux-In/Becker+Auxiliary+-+Phone+Input I have a cable like that hooked up to a Bluetooth unit so can play music via Bluetooth
  8. D2000

    Battery charger

    Or you can run the cable up toward the windscreen and sit the charger on the windscreen, which is what I do
  9. D2000

    Battery charger

    This. Looks from your box like you should already have the o ring connectors
  10. I don’t think Milleniums came with X51. You may be thinking of the 40th anniversary edition. But still agree re value
  11. Dr Seus’s Boxster. Funny ad https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2000-Porsche-Boxster-S-986-Manual-MY00/SSE-AD-5847474?DistFromLoc=2000&pageSource=details&id=SSE-AD-5847474
  12. D2000

    996 backdate

    I feel the same way about the gen 1 cayenne, so much so I am looking to buy one!
  13. D2000

    996 Overhead Console unit with Sunroof Option

    Can’t you get one new? Or is the cost prohibitive?

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