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Stepo

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    Melbourne
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    3.2G / 944S2 / 996.2 Coupes

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  1. Agreed is looks nice, but would think $15k over realistic unless things are moving quicker than I can keep up with?
  2. ^ IMO that looks shit........but I once got in trouble for having an opinion Embrace those headlights!
  3. I also leave mine plugged in as they just cycle through and monitor when no charging is required. Take care if you drill the hole bigger as the material is thin and the drill bit may grab and rip the ring apart if too much pressure is applied. An older drill bit may be more forgiving, there isn't much to hold onto, I was successful with one unit and ripped the other, had to recrimp a new eyelet. Maybe try opening up with a round file slowly.
  4. For those looking for an S2 museum piece and funds to justify - $90k: https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/porsche-944-1989/oag-ad-19572981/?utm_campaign=search-alert&utm_source=notification-center&utm_medium=email&csn_atid=ee4e3cab-5b72-4ae8-afb4-1ad92a838384 20,000 k's and five owners
  5. Drilling a hole in the side of the block? Sounds like there were never plans to rebuild that engine, even if it was a simple fix Reminded me of your dyno test on Harry, wheels rubbing........get the grinder out and cut those rear wheel lips away........balls of steel, love your work!
  6. No doubt you’ve watched The Castle Jason...........Dreamen, but I like your enthusiasm
  7. I think I paid $450 for mine, someone that came recommended and drives a 996 himself. There are plenty of cars getting around with bubbles in the rear screen, I asked him why this was the case in this day and age, answer was.........cheap film and adhesive used. It's your baby, get some local recommendations, I wouldn't be concerned over a little higher price for your pride and joy.
  8. Get it done, anything that reduces the chance of skin cancer and increases the years we have on this planet for driving Porsches is a must. I don't know what % mine is but it's darkest legal. Any plastic film will block the UV rays, darker obviously increases heat reduction. I had even considered clear on the screen but didn't have the balls.
  9. 30% more for C4S?.........I do like those nice wide hips but can't see much more of an advantage over the series 2 C2. When you look at early G series with the M491 option, they do command a premium and look the goods (justified limited supply). In 964 everyone wants the C2 over the C4, maybe saving that little extra weight to shave a few milliseconds off their track time When I was looking for my 996, C4S well outweighed 996.2 manual coupes but a quick scan now shows an even playing field of similar low numbers, cabs are a different story. I know yellow is the new black based on recent PFA purchases, but surely this is being optimistic: https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/2003-porsche-911-carrera-cabriolet-996-auto-my03/SSE-AD-6483601/?Cr=12 yeah low k's but auto cab
  10. ^ Good on you for rocking the lights............nice shot!
  11. Limited pics and no real description but it has relatively low k's and a series 2 manual coupe, worth a look if you're in the hunt and local Bris https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/porsche-911-2003/sse-ad-7046534/?utm_campaign=search-alert&utm_source=notification-center&utm_medium=email&csn_atid=22e307e4-cd6d-4e24-8cfd-89f722265a2d
  12. You can say that again, top bloke!

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