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Scott SS964

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About Scott SS964

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  • Birthday 10September

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  • Location:
    Mt Martha
  • Ride/s
    GT3 CS 997.2 / 993.1 C2

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  1. I've entered again in the 993; it was great day out in a great seaside town i'd encourage people to come down.
  2. that will be the one Sold in the last 2 weeks from SA was sitting on at 260K for ages the came down to 210 upon sale I don't disagree however i just couldn't bring myself to put my hard earned into one; I'm sure i'm not the only one either.
  3. 😀 maybe, looking to scratch an itch with a 997.2 RennSport
  4. Hey everyone I am putting my 2010 997.2 GT3 Club Sport up for sale. It's a Carrara White with Platinum wheels - 33,000kms on the clock. Full Factory warranty until April 2020 Full Porsche Cars service History No Over revs Its 1of 36 997.2 Club sports delivered to Aus for years 2009 - 2011 (ref 40 997.2RS's delivered to Aus in this model) Options list - P03 - Sports Bucket seats (folding carbon race seats as opposed to fixed) 003 - Club Sports Package 140 - Dynamic Engine Mounts 474 - Lifting System Front Axle (this has been replaced under warranty) 579 - 6 Point Belt Passenger Side 639 - Sport Chrono package 870 - Universal Audio Interface XLG - Storage Bin Lid in Alcantara and Porsche Logo Genuine reason for sale and yes I'm staying in the 997 fold if i can achieve a sale. Looking for $250K pm me if you have any interest.
  5. I hope you keep her mate as I'm enjoying the evolution and the stories however i for one know what it feels like to lust after others having to make room to make things happen. Good luck.
  6. You stirrer now tell the real truth.... 😂 move
  7. Fair enough perhaps a slight generalisation and extremely negative for me however this is a valid opinion. Most Baby boomers (not one but close😁) I know that have been succcesful are in cash these are the people that have grown up foregoing luxury items when younger 20-30's working hard toward owning there own home (lets agree that it has been a success bench mark for most people of this era) Your point i'd say should read like this - No matter what age you are, exit if your in debt or its your super as its likely that no one is going to buy your inflated assets in the short to medium term. For those in cash even if you've got these so called inflated assets you're about to get some fine pickings that will potentially increase your wealth over the long term; perhaps? Let the market's play out; good luck to you all.
  8. Includes all 997.2. .2 builds were from August 09 MY10 models so to speak
  9. 997 GT3 Australian New Zealand delivery numbers I was asked to by a few people to repost this as they couldn't find my previous post on here Further information for your 997 GT3 analysis - The breakdown of Club Sport v non Club Sport versions - 997.2 GT3 only (sorry) information supplied by PCA (Porsche Cars Australia) Firstly I'd like to make mention that numbers below include NZ cars as well. The Australian numbers are as follows for years 2010 and 2011 GT3 Total - 53 Club Sport (003) Option - 36 Touring - 17 Interesting to note GT3RS V GT3 World wide there were 2200 997.2 GT3 Sold compared with 1600 997.2 GT3RS In Australia there were 36 997.2GT3CS sold compared with 40 RS's
  10. Further information for your 997 GT3 analysis - The breakdown of Club Sport v non Club Sport versions - 997.2 GT3 only (sorry) information supplied by PCA (Porsche Cars Australia) Firstly I'd like to make mention that numbers below include NZ cars as well. The Australian numbers are as follows for years 2010 and 2011 GT3 Total - 53 Club Sport (003) Option - 36 Touring - 17 Interesting to note GT3RS V GT3 World wide there were only 2200 997 .2 GT3 Sold compared with 1600 GT3RS In Australia there were 36 997.2GT3CS sold compared with 40 RS's
  11. I concur my wife much prefers to venture out in the 993, it's the noise and the feeling of speed that she doesn't like; the 997 GT3 seems to be more acceptable where as my previous 996.2 GT3CS was nope not going in that anymore 😁😂 My feeling is that the GT3 with the CS package is a more collectable style of car, after all they are seen as the racer for the road the homologation special etc..is given. Personally i buy the CS option for the race car feel as i don't daily the car so when I'm in it I want the feeling. Based on this my feeling is that there will be associated value add now, but more so into the future. This is true, you do need to wait and be ready to pounce when your ideal spec presents itself.
  12. GT3 pricing opinions sought, kind of related to market watch, not really 997 specific my question is around how others view the GT3 factory club sport option. Option 003 - Club Sport Package comprises roll cage bolted to the body behind front seats, six point racing harness,fire extinguisher and prep for battery master switch. People that usually spec the Club sport package, additionally spec the sport seats as well either fixed our folding. Do you find it desirable or indeed essential when looking to purchase a GT3 or not fussed? When assessing a cars value do you (assuming other factors are reasonably equal ) - add $ for a car with the Clubsport package, Or not? Let’s hear some thoughts ?

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