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  1. twro

    Introduction to Summon

    Thanks @mwc964. Yes we make the sale process easier for both sides. For the buyer of the car the easiest way to describe it is they get a similar service as you would expect from a quality prestige dealership, but not what you would normally get when buying from a private seller, for example; Summon help to ensure the funds transfer, transfer of ownership and key hand-over is done in a trustworthy & timely manner We'll deliver the car to the buyer's house, clean, full of petrol We'll help with additional requests such as transportation interstate
  2. twro

    Introduction to Summon

    Hi @wobaby the app will be a Mobile Web App for customers to use - so won't require a download from the app store/s. This is currently in development, in the meantime we're providing the functionality and content using email/sms/WhatsApp (whichever is the customer's preference)
  3. twro

    Introduction to Summon

    We will help sell any brand of car, currently focused on prestige cars over $50k in value. So yes, a well restored classic kombi we could help with (DM sent) Although we'll take on any brand, we have a preference for Porsche!
  4. For those of you wondering who is responsible for those new green banners that have started appearing on PFA, look no further! Summon is a new business, founded in Melbourne. We aim to give car owners an alternative to selling a car privately (a hassle), or selling to a dealer (costs $$). If you're thinking about selling a prestige car (preferably Porsche!) and would like to learn more, please enquire at www.summon.com.au Or AMA with a comment below
  5. A sweet upgrade; https://uncrate.com/porsche-classic-carplay-stereos/ PORSCHE CLASSIC CARPLAY STEREOS Compatible with models dating all the way back to the 911 of the '60s, Porsche's Classic Communication Management systems bring model features to vintage rides. The standard PCCM fits 1-DIN slots and has a 3.5-inch touchscreen for Apple CarPlay support. It also supports DAB+ digital radio, and audio playback via SD, USB, AUX, and Bluetooth. For 996-generation 911s and 986-gen Boxsters, the PCCM Plus is a 2-DIN solution with a 7-inch touchscreen, both CarPlay and Android Auto support, and all the other functions of the standard model.
  6. Thanks for clarifying, yes that makes sense
  7. @NBTBRV8 and also the dealer needs to pay GST, so take off another $27k to reach their wholesale price. And need to factor in some costs; let's say costs of $5k for storing, staffing, real estate etc, so wouldn't that mean a wholesale price of $218k? ($270k sale price - $20k margin - $27k GST - $5k costs)
  8. @DJM this yellow T appeared on Carsales today listed at $189,000 - very much priced for a quick sale (the next cheapest manual is $215,000). Does the risk of the mods really outweigh the benefits? If so, why would anyone do them? (speaking from a non-modder)
  9. New listing at Duttons, a Dealer Demo (?!) 964 Targa with 2,433km on the clock; https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/porsche-911-1990/oag-ad-18632760/
  10. I wonder how insulated this will be by the Govt / banks' "six-month repayment holiday" for small business borrowers? A lot of high-end vehicles are put through businesses, and this would mean no interest or loan repayments on the P-car for six months.
  11. You know what they say; “Happy wife, happy life”!!! DM me if you’re interested
  12. Thanks a lot @Niko! @Peter M it has 66,751 km, apologies will update the Post
  13. For sale, our fantastic condition 987 Cayman, great value for $52,900. The car is in Melbourne. Only two owners, the car has full service history, and has always been garaged (no hail damage!) 66,751 km on the clock This car has Sports Chrono Plus, PDK and striking 19" Carerra S II wheels. Genuine enquiries only - please DM me.
  14. I wondered too. Maybe inspired by this, but as the Club Coupé was made for USA and Canada markets I’m guessing they’re all LHD. Here are photos of a Club Coupé - looks amazing! https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/po18/the-porsche-70th-anniversary-auction/lots/r0024-2006-porsche-911-carrera-s-club-coupe/703775

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