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Ozvino

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About Ozvino

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    Ferry's Protegé
  • Birthday 9October

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  • Location:
    Heidelberg, Victoria
  • Ride/s
    991S, 928 S4, 924 Turbo

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  1. Darwinism - as my mother always said, money and taste are mutually exclusive hes gone to some serious effort to make it look that shit
  2. Fully sick mate look at the sellers location - Bogun epicentre
  3. Numerous Porsche 928 S4 Parts for sale - these came from my 1989 S4, caveat emptor in regards to can they fit onto another model 928, google is your friend. they are located in Heidelberg Victoria. Postage would be possible (but a challenge), I can wrap them up if needed. 1. GTS Type Spoiler to fit an S4, made from ABS but Fibreglass coated. This bolts straight onto the existing spoiler mounting bracket of an S4, no modification or drilling to the car is required. Currently painted 347 Danke Blau but an easy repaint. Has just a couple of surface scratches that are easily sanded out. Note that one post bolt has broken off, it was removed from my car like this (it was secured with the 3 bolts) however the post needs to be drilled out & replaced if you want all 4 bolts attached. This is a high quality german aftermarket part $250 2. Original/genuine 928 S4 Door Sills. These are good condition, the "928" numerals are still reasonably clear and clean. Only one very small crack on the back side of one end. No structural cracks $75 3. As new genuine Scuttle cover (some people call this an air conditioning cover), this sits adjacent to the wind screen wipers at the back of the engine bay. Includes the firewall rubber seal and a new "Shell" sticker correctly placed. This unit is essentially brand new and has no cracks. Note that the cutout is present for the intensive washer fluid bottle $50
  4. Tell the dealer that Porsche needs to buy you an iphone - seriously. Like you said, you paid $300k plus for the car and at the time you had that functionality. I would be asking for $1500 to cover the cost of an iphone
  5. that strategy, just like car storage, has a limited life.......ask me how I know 😎
  6. clearly his wife has told him to sell it and he has complied by listing it for sale
  7. SOLD I have sold my 928 off-market and as a result I am selling off some parts that are no longer needed. I have a set of genuine Porsche Cup 1 wheels for sale. They are in very good condition, with no kerb rash and all present as very clean. The faces have been refinished at some stage, in the original silver colour - the barrels are clean and have no damage. These were on my 928 and are a perfect fit for an S4. I believe they may be from a 968 or 964 Turbo however do your own due diligence on size, I am not a wheel fitment expert - Google/Rennlist is your friend. These are not easy to find for a 928/968. Compared to reproduction wheels these genuine cups are very light and track exceptionally well. They are as good a fit as you can get for a late model 928 in regards to the offset and will make the car handle as it should - I sourced these to replace replica wheels that caused the car to tram-track. Wheel Sizes as follows: Front 7.5" x 65 offset (17" wheel) Rear 9" x 55 offset (17" wheel) The wheels have Continental tyres fitted (front 225/40/17, rear 255/40/17). These tyres have only 3000km on them and present in excellent condition however I bought them in 2011 (they were manufactured late 2010). They have been stored inside a garage and seen little sun so they are in very good condition - however given the age, caveat emptor. The wheels will come with both silver and coloured wheel caps. Wheels are located in Heidelberg, Victoria. Pickup or freight - If you arrange freight I could have them individually wrapped for pickup. Thx Dave
  8. You will read about people using Volvo engine mounts - my advice is avoid them. I bought a pair and the fit was awful; the factory hydraulic mounts are expensive but the way it transforms the ride is amazing - the car idles and drives a lot smoother with new mounts, very noticeable
  9. Go with factory - pay the extra $$$ and put a new pair in, they will likely outlast you
  10. Nice work Simon, as usual. For an accountant you have a lot of style 😏 it would be good to see some more of your video work along with the great shots you take
  11. Photos don't do this car justice - immaculate is an understatement, anyone in the market should take a look as this car

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