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About WOKA

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    Ferry's Protegé
  • Birthday 20/03/1971

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    Brisbane Southside
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    996.1 Man / 76 3l Coupe

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  1. Beautiful looking car.. Punt it here why not, nothing lost.
  2. Otto's just fixed my 76'911 clock - prompt and friendly. ~$240.00
  3. Styling Automotive at Yeerongpilly get mentioned a bit.. @Russwho's the mob at Coorparoo / East Brisbane that you mentioned.?
  4. Its an absolute and immaculate thing of beauty - well bought Jason, cracking car, love it. Perhaps even a tad jealous that you have a yellow one and I don't. Actually, totally jealous..
  5. Sellers remorse is a bitch, but new car day will help you get over that. As you probably know I've had my 996 for 4 or 5 years, my first P'car. I recently got a 76 AC and I absolutely love it, but which do I love more..? To tough a question to answer, as they both have significant traits that capture what I want. The classic AC with all its long story and massive following, the feel, sound and smell and the simplicity of the ever so capable 996..? I do drive the AC more at the moment, windows down in the QLD heat, just cant beat the grin factor but then I get into the 996, back to back and say to myself, damn, this is such a good car. It just does everything I want, in absolute comfort, with a grin. Variety is the spice of life - move forward get a 996. Experience something different, you'll enjoy it regardless.
  6. There is a genuine one in BNE - not at liberty to say who owns it though, but its real and I've parked my butt in it. Beautiful.
  7. ^ what he said.. New 'Super Cars' are Meh IMO, and all to common a sight on the roads nowadays, farting and backfiring down the street.. Much rather see an old classic burn past. Having said that, its a sign of out era I guess.. Not too many young lads cast an eye toward the older classic though. Off for a drive to Toowoomba today.. Do I take the air conditioned comfy 996 or the windows down '76 AC.. Haven't looked at how hot it'll be today here in Brissy, nut I've already decided
  8. Almost 5 years on and I'm still loving this car - the 996 is such a great machine, and it's definitely getting better with age. I think they look sensational, fried eggs and all. I always look back to it and smile. Its a beautiful thing. Been driving the 76 3.0 AC quite a bit recently and have neglected the 996. Decided to pull it out, give it a wash and go for a rev. Awesome. Brakes that work, air-con than works, power steering, slick gears, luxury.! Perfect for the QLD summers, though 100+, windows down, in the AC note is also a pretty special place too. Just saying.
  9. Yep - a really nice car from HK or SG..?
  10. This thing hauls. Great vid Mike and thanks for the pre-vid run.! Luckily for me Mike lives just over the hill and on a good day I hear the air-cooled symphony of Mike running the streets with these creations. Today was one of those days.. To cut to the chase.. This motor is incredible, the pull into your seat when the pedal was pushed is an absolute 'fuck a duck this thing hauls' reaction. Absolutely. Verbatim. It really makes you think about where your engine is and where is could possibly be. Kudos, hat's off. Looking forward to experiencing the next one.! D.
  11. A friend is tired of dealing with PC-GC and is looking for a reputable and reliable indi to service her Macan GTS. Who is recommended..? Thanks in advance..
  12. How much elbow grease..? Couldn't be as easy as wipe on rinse off.? D.
  13. WOKA

    New car day

    New car day for me doesn't come around often enough, but its pretty cool when it does. So have been trawling for an AC for a while after flip-flopping over when to get. Replace the 996 with something more upspec or just get an air cooled car in addition. When a GT3 that I was really hopeful on fell through because the seller simply couldn't let it go, I figured my pov spec 6.1 manual was plenty of fun for me, so why not get something a little more leisurely. So I did. Bought sight unseen from the Victoria and unable to get a ppi because of lock down limitations / essential travel etc.. So I just based my purchase on the word of the seller and a few low res pics that he sent through. A bit of a gamble but it felt right. I think in hindsight I likely would have balked at the purchase if PPI'd because it is dropping a bit of oil and maybe the gearbox isn't shifting as well as it might. I'm glad I didn't, the car is great - love it.! Its pretty much exactly where I would have hoped it to be. Body is really neat and very dry and straight, no rust, looks like the panels haven't been off, just a good honest and solid car. Pulls strongly with a great exhaust note. Tidy interior. Car arrived yesterday at 9, was rego'd and plated by lunch time. Lucky for me, Mike D'Silva lives literally just over the hill so I'll definitely be calling on his services to seal this thing up and do what ever needs doing in that department.. He's a great bloke and resource, so am looking forward to getting stuck into this thing with his help. '76 model with a 3.0l SC motor / 5 Speed / Non Sunroof

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