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  1. KMs seem to make a big difference in either price or desirability of GT cars I think. A car like a turbo, not as much. I think it is because these are generally second or third cars.
  2. Well spotted, I didn't twig. I wonder how they are going to do the Warranty extension?
  3. For a two year old car it is expensive and white wouldn't be my first choice. Also well done @NevB for selling the touring and RS so quickly. Pandemic, what pandemic. Another new one to market. Check out this 2017 Porsche 911 GT3 991 Auto MY18. https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2017-porsche-911-gt3-991-auto-my18/OAG-AD-19133324
  4. Yes, this is as I initially thought and as the cars reach the end of their new car warranty you need to be aware of this when purchasing.
  5. Looking at the wording of the Warranty, it could be argued that the Warranty stays on the car even when the non approved dealer owns it, but they can't claim on it. Then when sold to a individual the Warranty can be claim again. The issue would still arise when it came up for renewal as the non approved dealer couldn't get it renewed and the individual buyer would once again need to find the last private owner who had the Warranty in their name. It's messy, really messy and I wouldn't want to have to deal with that.
  6. With the added security that comes with comprehensive warranty cover, you can now look forward to many thousands of kilometres of stress-free driving pleasure from your Porsche. Should you choose to sell your vehicle privately, the Porsche warranty extension is transferable* and may add to the attractiveness of your Porsche to prospective purchasers. *The warranty is not transferable to another party (e.g. a licensed motor vehicle dealer) if that party acquires the vehicle for the purpose of resale. https://www.porschebrighton.com.au/Warranty-Extension You could have bought a car on consignment or Porsche Australia haven't been informed of Duttons owning it.
  7. The warranty is cancelled as soon as the car is sold by a dealer outside of the Porsche Dealer network. Did your touring stay in the state?
  8. Someone has until November to buy the car and put the Porsche Extended Warranty on it, otherwise you can roll the dice on an aftermarket warranty. The car doesn't look to have any options so for me is just too dear and unappealing.
  9. A real run on cars to market. This is optimistically priced though for a MK1. https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2015-porsche-911-gt3-991-auto-my15/SSE-AD-6830806/?Cr=1
  10. New one at PCM. $299 plus ORC appears to be the go to price for "leggy" km cars. Check out this 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 991 Auto MY18. https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2018-porsche-911-gt3-991-auto-my18/OAG-AD-19160137
  11. Now up. Check out this 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 991 Manual MY18. https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2018-porsche-911-gt3-991-manual-my18/OAG-AD-19161545
  12. New one. Check out this 2017 Porsche 911 GT3 991 Auto MY18. https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2017-porsche-911-gt3-991-auto-my18/SSE-AD-6828920 Yes
  13. I see that the Classic Throttle Shop still has their two manuals for sale that aren't listed on Carsales. Over priced too.
  14. I know of the owner through another forum and put him on to this car new as it was a cancelled order. He also has a touring for sale. Check out this 2018 Porsche 911 GT3 991 Manual MY18. https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2018-porsche-911-gt3-991-manual-my18/SSE-AD-6098407
  15. To be fair though, nothing above an advertised $300k price appears to be moving. It is only the bottom of the market in both .1 and .2 selling.

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