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Well I am not in the market for it, but its an interesting one to watch right now! 991.1 GT3 is now starting to hit the market with price tags that begin with a 2. i.e. http://www.carpoint.com.au/all-cars/dealer/details.aspx?R=OAG-AD-13752859&Cr=6 $299k drive away in NSW http://www.carpoint.com.au/all-cars/private/details.aspx?R=SSE-AD-4705738&Cr=10 $275k in VIC, late build/delivery car with the engine issue fixed from new SO, how far prices will tumble, will no doubt be relative to how well the 991.2 is received, which is going to be good I am guessing. I am sure at some point there may even be pricing overlap between 997 GT3 and 991.1 GT3 So who is tempted???
Newby so go easy. I am looking to fulfil my lifelong dream of owning a porsche very soon. I have kind of settled on the 997 Series II and i want PDK I have read a UK article (http://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/long-term-tests/porsche/porsche-911-carrera-used-997-long-term-test-review-2015/) in which they swapped out the standard buttoned steering wheel for a paddle version. I drove the paddle version of the 991 at Stuttgart last year and that it was tI really want. I have been told by a mechanic that they can replace the triptronic button set up with paddles but not the PDK set up with buttons. Does anyone have experience on this issue and, if so, what is the position? The follow up question is how difficult is the button set up? the article seems to rate is a pretty annoying. Cheers and thanks in advance.
http://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/porsche-cayman-2011-13907697 "The ultimate expression of a Porsche drivers car" This year old MY12 Cayman with over $20K in factory options including Porsche's bullet-proof, seven-speed dual-clutch automated manual (PDK) for faster acceleration and fuel economy, the highest grade 19" Turbo II wheels and P-Zero types. Combined with the Sports Chrono & Launch Control options this car is claimed to reach 100km/h in 5 seconds. Registered until end of November 2013, with factory warranty and road side assistance for a further 2 years. This car just completed it's first service by Porsche, no service required for a further 12 months or 15,000km's. The Cayman best personifies the Porsche tradition of high performance from a compact, lightweight package; if you want to own the purest vision of a Porsche sports car, there is no substitute for the Cayman. Options include: - PDK Gearbox ($7K option) - 19 inch Turbo II Wheels ($8K option) - Power Seat Package with seat and mirror memory - Sports Chrono PLUS ($4.5K option) -- Sports Display with Lap Timing System -- Launch Control -- Sports Mode -- Sports Plus Mode - PCM with Satellite Navigation - Bluetooth - ParkAssist Serious buyers only.