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    Tips reacted to 901er in 996 GT3 Purchase   
    This looks like my kinda GT3 
    https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/1999-Porsche-911-GT3-Clubsport-996-Manual/SSE-AD-6046961?pageSource=details&id=SSE-AD-6046961
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    Tips reacted to Kerry in Whats for sale (in Australia ) and interesting Thread   
    OK, some facts here.
    Fraz, your post was never uploaded, and was never deleted.
    I can confirm that your post never registered on the backend of the forum, and therefore never showed on the front end where everyone would have seen it. I understand this has been related to you by various moderators since the above comments.
    I can tell you that I have had several frustrating times when I have written a post, hit the SUBMIT REPLY button, walked away, only to find later that my session had timed out and that the post I thought I'd sent, hadn't, and never made it to the thread. I would suggest this happened to you.
    For your reference, the way that questionable posts are dealt with by the moderatorship is in accordance with how we originally set up the forum, and as a commonly agreed community imperative: the responsibility for these transgressions is dealt with by the moderation team, not by the administration. It is almost impossible for a post to be instantly deleted as it would require me or another admin to sit by the terminal and as soon as we see an errant post come through, smash it out! We just don't do this - who could possibly have the time?! The process is: the post is hidden; the attending mod or mods review and discuss; then a PM is sent to the member advising of the transgression. 99% of the time the member didn't realise the requirement of financial membership in order to make an advertising type post, or, their membership had lapsed without them knowing, but almost without exception the member is happy to rectify the fee, and the post is unhidden. This means that respect and the presumption of innocent behaviour is our default position. I can without question tell you that this is how your post would have been dealt with if it had been uploaded. Which PFA moderator doesn't know you, and wouldn't have deferred to hiding the post and then a PM?! BTW as soon as a post is hidden, it is still viewable by all the admins and moderators...
     
    As to your, and it would seem other's, righteous question: is this a social forum or a business?
    It is a business, and it has to be so for legal reasons. It is not, as some believe, a club. Indeed, it was as a reaction against the hierarchy and power structures of the club environment that the PFA was conceived. It is also not a FB page. But let’s be clear, because it is a business doesn’t mean that it is run as a profit making enterprise, if it was I would have dumped it about a week in and moved onto something far more financially viable. Instead, what I found was that the hobby project I started took on a life of it’s own, with members around Australia frequenting and contributing, leaving me in the role of guardian rather than entrepreneur. And just to bang that last nail into this question: the fees from the membership and the advertisers don’t even come close to paying for the expenses that the PFA encounters, but the deficit is something that we are, and have always been, happy to cover. And to be clear, these expenses do not include the time that AnneMaree, Orlando and I put into this venture on a daily basis, for the last 10 years. So why do we do it then you might ask?! I can only offer you the original rationale: to provide an independant platform for discussion and social connection for the local Australian Porsche community. 
    Which leads me to the question of volunteering...
    The forum would not exist without the time and effort that many people have generously offered over the years as moderators, as event organisers and assistants, as SMT leaders, as conveners of all sorts of social encounters, as media content contributors etc etc etc. I will take this opportunity to publicly, genuinely, and honestly thank you Fraz for your volunteering over the last couple of years. This is not something I expect people to continue with ad infinitum (some present mods excluded!) and I know this also as I have found myself waning in enthusiasm and application to certain charity commitments I have made over the years. I will say the same to you as I say to all the moderators, which applies to any PFA volunteer: it is not a life sentence! Contribute as and when you can, and if it doesn’t suit, it doesn’t suit. A great example of this spirit was HB2 where all concerned were told that it was a passion project, and all services, products, locations, and time contributed was done so at one's own expense. This was a 9 month long pre-production project by the PFA organisers, and the venue supplier, all in the name of creating something fresh, new and exciting for our membership, as well as the broader Porsche community. The result was a unique event where there were no entry fees, no over-riding commercial agendas, the opportunity to independently celebrate our passion, along with the option of making a charity donation, and to support of the local Lions group. All brought about by volunteerism and generosity of spirit.   In conclusion, I note that you have re-upped your financial membership, and placed your beast back in the Marketplace for sale, to which I wish you the best of luck! (I wish I’d known about the sale of your last car a little earlier! 😳😊) Next time maybe you might have some faith that those people on the forum that consider you a friend, myself included, would afford you a little more consideration and respect than to “instantly delete” a post because it didn’t meet our rules - we’re a pretty chilled bunch, and that's just not the way this forum works.   Some might consider this post as hijacking the thread, and for that I apologise. However, I feel that as these comments above were made in the public forum, it is only fair that I have the chance to respond to the same audience.   Kerry   Postscript: offered as a possible laugh, and poignant addendum - I wrote this post yesterday. It took me several hours to get it right. I left it for another hour or so and then came back to it to make some small corrections. I then hit SUBMIT REPLY, and the next window told me my session had ended. I said ffffffFFFFFFF*********#######KKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!! such that multiple people came running into the room. I hit the BACK button only to find your original posts quoted above, and none of what I had spent hours writing and finessing. 🤬🤯🤢🤮😵   The good news is that this version today is actually much shorter! 🙄😉Anyhoo, it's Good Friday after all, time to enjoy this ridiculous sunny weather!  
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    Tips reacted to hugh in One out, one in   
    Behold. 
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    Tips reacted to Skidmarks in One out, one in   
    So, the next bit.
    The 991 RS is with the new owner and I’ve got the 997.2 RS.
    Picked it up, drove back to work.  Those straight through pipes!! No muffler after the cats.  Just like my race car.  The thing sounds like a Cup Car.  Then smile fades as I contemplate the drive down the coast ...
    Anyway, then went to grab my 9 yo and take him to tennis.  As I turned the corner there he was with mum waiting outside because I was late ... so I did what any self respecting Dad would do.  Dropped it into first and took it to 7000!  He starts jumping and yelping and when I pull up there’s Mum shaking her head at me and the boy ... “awesome Dad!” 
    Peak hour traffic down the Nepean Highway.  Nice test.  Was OK actually.  Wouldn’t do it each day if I had a choice but I could.  But that’s me.
    Then down Pen Link and jump off to head to the destination.  No drone or buzzing so whoever made the pipes knew what they were about.  Could hold a conversation no problem but that wasn’t happening as the boy was listening to music.  He’s got a bit of an eclectic play list on Spotify.  Ranges from the Eagles, Led Zeppelin and ... well ... Rammstein (lucky the lyrics are in German!  I do agree with him that they sound good when the car stereo is at 11).  Maybe him listening to Rammstein means that the pipes aren’t so good and I’m suffering from progressive hearing loss! 
    The backroads showed what the car is about.  Smooth roads!  Man, was it moving around.  Bumps in the road?  “Dad, I think I just lifted out of my seat!” (Laughing).  And the sound?  Did I mention the sound??  It was 28 degrees so down came the windows and listened to the snarl, scream, pop and crackle for the last 10 minutes of the drive.  
    Better than Rammstein!
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    Tips reacted to edgy in One out, one in   
    Perfectly timed post, as I just decided to remove my 7 GT3 sale listing last night... it stays!
     
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    Tips reacted to turboT in luftgekuhlt anyone going?   
    Event at Benton mentioned above should draw a number of the LA Porsche community. I know Bart Kuykens will be there (search on Insta - model/photographer who does a range of black and white photos of Porsche owners - from Belgium I think - now has a deal with Porsche). Will be a chance to see a cool Porsche old school 912 hot rod shop. Emory will be too busy polishing his cars ready for Saturday but will be at the event with his cars for sure. 
    Luft will be full of the who's who. Had to reach out to Patrick Long to get my 912 in the event - got back straight away so will hopefully get a chance to meet him at some point and say thanks.
    MW is a maybe - spends most of his time in NewYork now.
    organising a mid century architectural tour and drive in the 912 out to Palm Springs with Damon from Singer. 
     
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    Tips got a reaction from Typ9xx in Macan S Petrol For Sale   
    Hi all,
     
    Listing my Macan S for sale. Currently on Carsales for $76,990 and PFA pricing does apply if you make the transaction easy, and get the Carsales jackasses off my back. https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2014-Porsche-Macan-S-95B-Auto-AWD-MY15/SSE-AD-6022032
    I have owned this car just over 2 years and love it.  As we already have another SUV in our houshold and I have just stuck an air cooled 911 in the back of the garage for weekends, I have decided to get something a little more simple and sedate for the daily work duties.
    Its a Macan S - 2014 MY15 Petrol. Twin Turbo V6 
    Colour is Agate Grey metallic (sort of a grey bronze colour) $1,990 option
    NSW Rego paid until May 2020 
    PDK (paddle) gearbox Black leather interior with extended leather to dash - $7,600 option 18 months balance of Porsche Warranty – I buy this for peace of mind for $1400pa and they do a full detailed car inspection prior to providing the service– this is transferable to the new owner Minor service just completed (PCSS)  provides you with Porsche Road side assist for 12 months New Michelin tyres Rear in April 19 and Fronts in Nov 18 (<3k) New brake pads and rotors (discs) in Nov 18  by PCSS Additional factory options (as you have probably heard with Porsche all options are very expensive) - $24,230 21” 911 Turbo wheels - $5,500 Tinted front windows Sports Chrono – gives sports plus mode, launch control (I have not used) and timer/clock on dash - $2,690 brushed aluminium interior panels dash & doors - $1,090 Heated front seats - $990 Panoramic sunroof - $3,790 Carbon fibre sideblades - inserts on outside (the panel on lower door section) - $2,800 Porsche logo embossed in front headrests - $550 Porsche roof racks - $750 Rear cargo liner - $500 Floor mats - $300 Car is well optioned with the following option code The service book is complete with PCSS service history
    I have continued the Porsche factory warranty and this runs through until November 2020, providing you with complete peace of mind.
    Factory option codes in the attached photo and more poictures on Carsales
    DM me with contact details if you would like to talk about the car.
    Steven




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    Tips reacted to WGA in Where did you drive your Porsche today?   
    Went on a 4 day road trip with the editor of Total911 magazine last weekend. There will be a story in the magazine about the trip in a coming edition.
    A friend of mine had hired the Abbeville track in France for the whole week and invited a bunch of friends to join him. He took a 10 cars from his collection including a DP 935, 930 Turbo S Flatnose, 911 SCRS, Ruf CTR Yellowbird, 964 Cup, 944 Cup, etc. We drove my Touring and my GT3 RS from the UK across to Abbeville. I also got my 964 RS trucked to the track. It was a fantastic two day playing with the three cars on track.
    We then drove from Abbeville to Spa for two days track work in the Touring and RS. Weather was largely atrocious. No more than 4C with a whole half day lost due to snow! Only managed to get 1 dry 45min session in over two days. We covered 1,600kms over the two days including 400kms on track. A total of 700 kms on track across the three cars. Notwithstanding the bad weather it was still a fun trip.
     
    Living the dream!











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    Tips got a reaction from Dreamr in Whats for sale (in Australia ) and interesting Thread   
    I’m finding car sales very wholesaler driven, one DH on face book and a Macan is not glam enough for insta.
    talking to Rob at Kollector recently and he said all of his sales come via social and pretty much uses it exclusively. Agree, it seems to work when you have the follower base.
    found my SC on CS and was at his door within a few hours of it being listed. Everyone else was probably on social and missed it...🤣
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    Tips got a reaction from firstone in Whats for sale (in Australia ) and interesting Thread   
    I’m finding car sales very wholesaler driven, one DH on face book and a Macan is not glam enough for insta.
    talking to Rob at Kollector recently and he said all of his sales come via social and pretty much uses it exclusively. Agree, it seems to work when you have the follower base.
    found my SC on CS and was at his door within a few hours of it being listed. Everyone else was probably on social and missed it...🤣
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    Tips reacted to Skidmarks in 992 AU launch   
    My son saw one down on the Mornington Peninsula today.  Sent me pics.  Looks better in the wild.
    Big arse as standard is a good move.  
    The front of it will take some getting used to.
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    Tips reacted to Skidmarks in One out, one in   
    They say as you get older the things you like get, well ... best left alone !
    Today I traded in younger for older.  
    I spent the weekend and a large part of last week getting reacquainted with the 07 RS.  Loud, rattles at idle, baulky shift when cold, suspension solid enough to encourage compressive spinal damage on a spirited drive.
     I always like going for a blast in cars with one or other of my boys.  We “needed” to go to Bunnings so of course we take the scenic route. We’re pumping along and get a little lift off over a particularly (dis)agreeable bit of road.  
    “Air Dad?” 
    “Yep”
    ”Nice”
    Anyway ... a couple of weeks before then I’d had the other RS with the flappy paddles out and had a little bit of a “go”.  Incredible.  8800. Induction noise, razor sharp handling, the car treats you like a hero.  “Of course that was you” it seems to say whilst  probably snickering at you from behind its heat shield.  Not a chance.  It is always the car,  never me.   
    That thing is far better than anything you can sensibly throw at it on the road.  Without doubt one of the most glorious things I’ve ever driven.  
    And yet ... the one with 3 pedals, hugely overbraked with it ceramics and which could be seen off by a well driven Cayman (and as a matter of fact was shown a clean pair of heels by a new Alfa 4 door) was the one I enjoyed more.   It at least feels like you might be up to the task driving it whereas the 991 just gets you into jail territory whilst shrugging and running a bit of “whatever ...”
    So, I’d been eyeing off another one of the RS variety for some time. A long time actually. One of the 2010 variety.  I’ve looked for one for a while and couldn’t find one at the right time and the right place.  Then I saw one locally.  Called the guys selling, checked it’s background and all clear for me.  Had 6 minor stage one revs which I took as a sign of “as intended” use.  Anyway, having taken a Cup Car to 10000 +, these 6 puppies were just a light tickle of the rod bolt ...
    Some short haggling later and a deal was struck. 
    So out with the new and in with the old.  
    The teenager goes hunting for someone who has an Instagram account whilst the old school stager goes to someone who’s basically only just learned how to text ...
    Im a huge fan of the new cars Porsche makes but let’s not forget ... every Porsche (air or water cooled) before it from the 356 to the present is a special thing.  The way they smell, sound, feel ...
    Younger is great but older is in some ways far more satisfying for the interactive challenge that analogue is over digital.  
    Easter beckons so take yours out or con a mate who has one and go for a burn.  Even if it has flappy paddles.  At least you won’t get a crampy left calf ...
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    Tips got a reaction from Philbee in What did you do to your Porsche today ???   
    Spent 6 odd hours on Sat doing a full clay/cut/wax with a slight paint correction needed on the Macan as it was a tad neglected. 
    Happy with the results just needs a new owner 🤞
     

     
     

    Looks the nuts 😍
    Would love to hear the induction roar. Post a vid when you finish tuning  
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    Tips got a reaction from Niko in What did you do to your Porsche today ???   
    Spent 6 odd hours on Sat doing a full clay/cut/wax with a slight paint correction needed on the Macan as it was a tad neglected. 
    Happy with the results just needs a new owner 🤞
     

     
     

    Looks the nuts 😍
    Would love to hear the induction roar. Post a vid when you finish tuning  
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    Tips reacted to clutch-monkey in What did you do to your Porsche today ???   
    finishing up jenvey install.. now functional, about to start fine tuning then cleaning engine bay up


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    Tips reacted to turboT in Whats for sale (in Australia ) and interesting Thread   
    The time has come. My Tangy 68 912 LHD is for sale. Just back from Ron Goodman getting a couple of cosmetic bits sorted I need Tangy to go...because I have another 912 project on the way. In the last 5 years I have owned a 997tt, 964 4, 2x x 930's and this plucky 912 is by far the most fun. All the long hood looks, at a third of the price. It has been my daily drive for much of the year I have owned it. If I wasn't already married this car could have started many new relationships the number of times I have been pulled over for a chat (largely middle aged men naturally).
    US Car
    Imported 2017
    Spent at least $12k with AH taking it to a good driver
    Tangerine/black interior
    Interior in good condition - some small cracking on dash
    Recent engine rebuild
    Comes with an original (not to the car) set of fuchs
    lots of receipts -  original books missing
    asking $75k ono
    email tom@juicydesign.com.au with generous offers, or if you want more info/pictures. 
    Yet to post on carsales 






     


     
     
     
     
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    Tips got a reaction from Simonk in Scratched the itch   
    So in the current context of telling a story around a new purcahse I thought I would share.
    So as a few know I have been flirting with the thought of a second P car for weekends and just couldn’t work out what to get. Many great offers from a number of forum Members to drive cars and additional advice from others to help me sort out what I really wanted.
    Some pressure to don a hairdryer holster and join the urban hipster Boxster brigade? But in my mind it had to be a 911. I was distracted by the surge in 996 manual ownership, do you go amber or clear eggs, or scratch the analogue air cooled itch?
    so thinking that I have always desired an air cooled 911, I started the search. Again sage advice from PFA members and offers to ’keep an eye out’ from a number of members. Well last Friday morning  I get a random text from @James P “had I seen a black 3 litre 5 speed AU delivered car just listed on CS?” No I hadn’t, so quick search had me ringing the owner a million questions also a PCNSW clubbie, some more texts locking in and organising to drive over to see the car. Calls to Anthony at autohaus to verify some important info on its service history and off I went. 
    As soon as the garage door opened I was in love. Good long drive with the owner and it was everything and more. Fresh window out paint in 2013 and new leather kit on seats and door cards, full split case engine rebuild by Autohaus 7k kms ago, new brakes clutch etc. car has books and well documented service history. Owner up grading to an earlier car so he was motivated and didn’t want to stuff around so deal done in true tyre kicker fashion, under asking offer but not too low to cause offence. Deal done.
    Whilst not a concourse perfect car it was great value and won’t need anything for a while. The car was originally brown over beige and is now black over red (yep @edgy my immediate thought was all those dog dick comments going full circle). The paint colour change was perfect, no tell tale signs in the trunk or engine bay at all. Has a Dansk standard pipe on it and came with a new dansk sports muffler still in the box should I want to change it over later 😏.
    I don’t have a long story on how I picked it up and drove it a million kilometres home, as the owner offered to drop it off to me so he could have a last drive, which he did this morning. Has a 
    So I drove it to work and have a client meeting out in western Sydney today, so looking forward to getting to know the car. I get the comments on heavy clutch, no power steering but, that’s the analogue drive I was searching for.
    Cant wait for the next SMT probably the Hughsie SMT to Bathurst in May if date’s work. I sure I’ll now have lots of dumb questions over the next few weeks so please be patient.
    shout out to James P, thanks mate and beers next trip to Melb.👍
    some early photos and yes I’m a little excited 🤪




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    Tips reacted to Fraz in Whats for sale (in Australia ) and interesting Thread   
    Looks alright
    https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/albion-park/cars-vans-utes/1977-porsche-911-convertible/1215363582?utm_source=Facebook Messenger&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=socialbuttons&utm_content=app_android
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    Tips reacted to D2000 in Advice needed: Wife needs a new (used) car that won't depreciate much   
    I feel the same way.  Pity my wife does not...
    That's what I'm thinking.  If only I could get her there on the older C63...
    Cheers @Tips  Sadly, I think your car is too nice for my budget and too nice for my wife (who does not look after her car like I do mine)
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    Tips got a reaction from daveyoul in The 996 Inspiration Gallery   
    Congrats. Nothing wrong with a 996 cab. I think they are great value right now
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    Tips reacted to ANF in The 996 Inspiration Gallery   
    Woof, woof!
     
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    Tips got a reaction from WOKA in Scratched the itch   
    So in the current context of telling a story around a new purcahse I thought I would share.
    So as a few know I have been flirting with the thought of a second P car for weekends and just couldn’t work out what to get. Many great offers from a number of forum Members to drive cars and additional advice from others to help me sort out what I really wanted.
    Some pressure to don a hairdryer holster and join the urban hipster Boxster brigade? But in my mind it had to be a 911. I was distracted by the surge in 996 manual ownership, do you go amber or clear eggs, or scratch the analogue air cooled itch?
    so thinking that I have always desired an air cooled 911, I started the search. Again sage advice from PFA members and offers to ’keep an eye out’ from a number of members. Well last Friday morning  I get a random text from @James P “had I seen a black 3 litre 5 speed AU delivered car just listed on CS?” No I hadn’t, so quick search had me ringing the owner a million questions also a PCNSW clubbie, some more texts locking in and organising to drive over to see the car. Calls to Anthony at autohaus to verify some important info on its service history and off I went. 
    As soon as the garage door opened I was in love. Good long drive with the owner and it was everything and more. Fresh window out paint in 2013 and new leather kit on seats and door cards, full split case engine rebuild by Autohaus 7k kms ago, new brakes clutch etc. car has books and well documented service history. Owner up grading to an earlier car so he was motivated and didn’t want to stuff around so deal done in true tyre kicker fashion, under asking offer but not too low to cause offence. Deal done.
    Whilst not a concourse perfect car it was great value and won’t need anything for a while. The car was originally brown over beige and is now black over red (yep @edgy my immediate thought was all those dog dick comments going full circle). The paint colour change was perfect, no tell tale signs in the trunk or engine bay at all. Has a Dansk standard pipe on it and came with a new dansk sports muffler still in the box should I want to change it over later 😏.
    I don’t have a long story on how I picked it up and drove it a million kilometres home, as the owner offered to drop it off to me so he could have a last drive, which he did this morning. Has a 
    So I drove it to work and have a client meeting out in western Sydney today, so looking forward to getting to know the car. I get the comments on heavy clutch, no power steering but, that’s the analogue drive I was searching for.
    Cant wait for the next SMT probably the Hughsie SMT to Bathurst in May if date’s work. I sure I’ll now have lots of dumb questions over the next few weeks so please be patient.
    shout out to James P, thanks mate and beers next trip to Melb.👍
    some early photos and yes I’m a little excited 🤪




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    Tips got a reaction from Cookster in The 996 Inspiration Gallery   
    Congrats. Nothing wrong with a 996 cab. I think they are great value right now
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    Tips got a reaction from Dalai in Scratched the itch   
    So in the current context of telling a story around a new purcahse I thought I would share.
    So as a few know I have been flirting with the thought of a second P car for weekends and just couldn’t work out what to get. Many great offers from a number of forum Members to drive cars and additional advice from others to help me sort out what I really wanted.
    Some pressure to don a hairdryer holster and join the urban hipster Boxster brigade? But in my mind it had to be a 911. I was distracted by the surge in 996 manual ownership, do you go amber or clear eggs, or scratch the analogue air cooled itch?
    so thinking that I have always desired an air cooled 911, I started the search. Again sage advice from PFA members and offers to ’keep an eye out’ from a number of members. Well last Friday morning  I get a random text from @James P “had I seen a black 3 litre 5 speed AU delivered car just listed on CS?” No I hadn’t, so quick search had me ringing the owner a million questions also a PCNSW clubbie, some more texts locking in and organising to drive over to see the car. Calls to Anthony at autohaus to verify some important info on its service history and off I went. 
    As soon as the garage door opened I was in love. Good long drive with the owner and it was everything and more. Fresh window out paint in 2013 and new leather kit on seats and door cards, full split case engine rebuild by Autohaus 7k kms ago, new brakes clutch etc. car has books and well documented service history. Owner up grading to an earlier car so he was motivated and didn’t want to stuff around so deal done in true tyre kicker fashion, under asking offer but not too low to cause offence. Deal done.
    Whilst not a concourse perfect car it was great value and won’t need anything for a while. The car was originally brown over beige and is now black over red (yep @edgy my immediate thought was all those dog dick comments going full circle). The paint colour change was perfect, no tell tale signs in the trunk or engine bay at all. Has a Dansk standard pipe on it and came with a new dansk sports muffler still in the box should I want to change it over later 😏.
    I don’t have a long story on how I picked it up and drove it a million kilometres home, as the owner offered to drop it off to me so he could have a last drive, which he did this morning. Has a 
    So I drove it to work and have a client meeting out in western Sydney today, so looking forward to getting to know the car. I get the comments on heavy clutch, no power steering but, that’s the analogue drive I was searching for.
    Cant wait for the next SMT probably the Hughsie SMT to Bathurst in May if date’s work. I sure I’ll now have lots of dumb questions over the next few weeks so please be patient.
    shout out to James P, thanks mate and beers next trip to Melb.👍
    some early photos and yes I’m a little excited 🤪




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    Tips reacted to Airhead in Scratched the itch   
    Very nice. Can't see in the pics if it has a radio. But you don't need one. 😀

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