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  1. I was wondering how long it was going to be before some comment about the seats were going to surface 😂 but yes they should definitely stay with the car
  2. In the complete waste of money I’d put sound package plus and mobile phone preparation. As to essentials, each to their own but my must haves were Clubsport, LWB and front lift (driveway issues)
  3. Great looking car and love that shot of the car, congrats on the purchase and enjoy
  4. Great cars, looks good, give it heaps and enjoy
  5. Awesome, I remember when the original LP400 came out which looked amazing and then they just kept upping the ante on the wow scale... those rear tyres and wing! Next clip let’s gets the music really happening with a start up 🙂
  6. That’s definitely one of the cars in my dream car garage, Awesome and look forward to seeing it out on the road 👍
  7. I was thinking it maybe was that car by the spec and that glimpse of the Doncaster number plate surround in one of the pics. As always Scott, impressed by your GT3 knowledge base 👍
  8. My thoughts on this are, IF they remove the LCT (and don’t replace it with some other tax or levy that hits us!) manufacturers will increase the specifications / standard equipment of the vehicle to roughly maintain the price of the car. With the cost of Porsche options this would not be that difficult and is as simple as say making something like extended leather and contrasting stitching standard on a base car, or they may drop a standard version of the car and only bring in the “S” variant. This has happened previously when import duties and tariffs have reduced or when the $AUD increased against other currencies. They do this to minimise new sales stopping leading up to the change in the tax. A side effect of this is it also protects used prices of newer used cars somewhat as well.
  9. Definitely not an original and haven’t seen one like that before. Could if be what is used if original has gone missing?
  10. Manual, White, GT3...Awesome! enjoy
  11. Couldn’t agree more Lee, Bathurst used to be a great day and growing up watching production based cars (and even some with actual number plates still on them) running in multiple classes all having races within races was fantastic... This is why I enjoy the GT class now, different manufacturers, different engines and configurations and multiple classes for manufactures to have a chance to compete in with their cars. So much more interesting than some fabricated body panels wrapped over basically the same mechanical package and more like what made the old racing so much better
  12. Lee, I’m gobsmacked as well but the quality looks like it’s there. Still think it must be from a cold climate area.
  13. I tend to agree with James and can’t see any obvious ducting or radiators anywhere
  14. Fantastic looking car and while it might take a bit of work that blue looks amazing, all the more so given the years of good use. And yes there should be protective clear plastic on the guards there, you can pick them up from Porsche but might be better to get one made from a paint protection outfit and have them cover the sill and guard

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