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  1. AndrewW

    New 993

    Tis a thing of beauty
  2. They're simply 'handbags', according to Mr Chops.
  3. Nice ride, life's a peach for you
  4. I have some 21mm spacers for sale (gotta try). Just be aware that spacers are not ADR complaint however loads of people use them. Once you get tot the point where you cannot get 5 rotations of a nut or bolt (that holds the wheel on) it is considered unsafe, some say you must have 3 threads clear of the nut for a safe fitment and you will find some evidence for that, (generally relating to truck wheels). I hope every thing goes well with your purchase.
  5. I bought these struts as a stop gap while I had my Koni struts re-built. The Sachs standard struts were on my SC for about a month and probably travelled 1000klm. Looking for $200.00 PM me for pics and/or info
  6. Eibach 5 x 130 Suited more for a modern Pcar with wheel bolts. Come with 10 wheel bolts to attach spacers (2), threaded inserts for securing wheel, hub centric. . Will fit early models. Never used $150.00 PM me for pics
  7. They look like the ones Mark. Do the sliders work ? Are they from Autotecnica ? What height are you (requiring to lower them) ? Can you PM me with your location. Ill have to get a quote on transport. I don't suppose you need any front strut inserts or wheel spacers ?
  8. Hi Mark, Im looking at their cloth comfort seats that are ADR complaint plus their rails, is that you have ?
  9. Ive been looking at the seats offered by Autotecnica in Victoria, on line. They offer great value and are ADR compliant, there seat rails are also ADR compliant. Has anyone had any experience with their seats and the company in particular in regards to after sales service and good practice ?
  10. I have another car.......A ford Mondeo wagon, not so great in the hills but a good mule and daily.
  11. Further to the above, I visited the crash shop today (as I do every Monday) to get a report on progress. The quality of work being carried out is excellent, progress is very slow, this is due to the wait for parts from Porsche. My car is a 3.2 Carrera, the left hand front guard and the right hand strut assembly are both ex Germany, no stock here in Australia. These parts are due this Wednesday the 28th, thats 5 weeks since ordering , the car still has to be painted. A few more weeks wait yet I guess. I am posting this so that PFA members are aware its not just about the insurance but the scarcity of the parts therefore a large time delay in getting the car back. Of course new Porsche parts are preferred which my insurer (Shannons) prefers to pay for. Dansk are out of stock for the fender, as an alternate supplier. The use of original manufacturer parts possibly explains why Porsche parts are so pricy, they can get away with it with the insurers.
  12. So is there another Merc on the horizon for you ?

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