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  1. Hi all After selling my 944 S2 recently, I'm now cleaning out the garage of various parts I've collected over the years. Let me know if you are interested in anything. I'm happy to provide further photos upon request. Located Brisbane southside. Happy to post assuming it is worth my time. Parts available: 968 CS steering wheel (as new, not a mark on it, these are AUD$1100+ new) $700 - SOLD Coolant reservoir tank (good used condition) $50 - SOLD Steering shaft (suit rebuild with high temp bearings) $120 Engine mounts (pair, used but not leaking) $100 Intake & exhaust camshafts to suit 944 S2 (ok used condition, the exhaust cam has a small chip in one tooth, may suit regearing) $200 Shifter linkage & arm (good condition) $100 Shift lever (good condition) $50 - SOLD Leather shift boot (with shifter frame, good condition) $50 - SOLD Alcantara shift boot (without shifter frame, good condition) $30 Headlight switch (works well) $30 Window switches x3 (used but working) $15 each - SOLD Coolant metal tube near exhaust headers (solid but bit rusty) $10 Power steering feed hose from reservoir (new) $40 Window slot seal (left side, for bottom of window, new) $100 - SOLD Window channel seals x2 (for top of window, new) $100 each - SOLD Window guide seals x4 (for inside door frame, new) $80 for the four - SOLD Window regulators (right door - appears new) $100 & (left door - appears used) $50 - SOLD Rennbay window regulator rollers x2 sets (upgrade over standard items, new) $50 - SOLD Side window glass with tint x2 $80 each Hatch blind (good used condition but no spring tension) $100 Hatch gas struts x2 (gas pressure good, but electrical contact on one doesn’t register) $20 Radiator thermo switch (new) $30 - SOLD Coolant temp sensor (new) $30 - SOLD DME relay (used, working when removed) $30 - SOLD Magnetic engine oil drain plug (new) $20 - SOLD Power steering adjustable tension bracket (used but working) $20 Left door trigger mechanism & seal (new) $20 - SOLD Door check stop (new) $30 - SOLD Rear bumper body frame decals (black, new) $10 - SOLD Sunvisor clip (used) $10 - SOLD Heater/AC control unit (likely not working) $20 - SOLD Blower motor resistor (unsure if working) $10 Door plastic kick plates x2 (used, minor cracks) $20 each - SOLD
  2. 1989 Porsche 944 S2 Australian delivered to Hamiltons of South Yarra on 3 July 1989 (one of 128 Australian delivered S2 models) Matching numbers car Factory 3L M44/41 engine, 208hp, 155kw, 280nm Stone Grey Metallic (LY7U paint code) Black Porsche script seats 5 speed manual Original 16in Design 90 wheels (recently refurbished) with Michelin Pilot Sport 3s with plenty of tread (plus one extra D90 wheel/tyre as a spare) KM’s: 200,800km Price: $38,000 Background: Full service history from new with original Porsche log book, fully documented records and binder several cm’s thick with receipts. Extensive history over the years with Porsche specialists including DHM Auto Solutions, Buchanan Automotive and BWA Auto. I have a spreadsheet documenting the last 20 years of servicing and am happy to share with interested parties. Approximately $70,000 spent on maintenance in the last 20 years Two Porsche keys, original toolkit and air compressor, space-saver spare wheel, 968 CS steering wheel, new genuine Porsche floor mats Always garaged and regularly washed. Gyeon quartz coating applied to paint Extremely well maintained and very reliable Very healthy engine with excellent compression – tested recently at 180, 178, 181, 180 psi The connecting rod bearings have been replaced less than 45,000 km ago and the car has excellent oil pressure. Serviced every 12 months or 10,000 km since new (all the way back to 1989). Extensive preventative maintenance performed, much of it within the last 5,000 km. This includes ALL major work that are common problems on these cars. All fluids and consumables recently replaced. Nothing to spend. Just jump in and drive. Any inspections welcome. Everything works on the car including common neglected points such as the clock, sunroof and the hatch release button. Much of the suspension has been upgraded to the highly desirable 968 CS specification. This includes the larger 968 CS sway bars, larger 30mm solid torsion bars, Koni height adjustable dampers (Paragon kit) with Racer’s Edge camber plates, KLA strut brace, 968 front control arm rear mounts & bushes, rebuilt ball joints etc. Original parts will come with the sale including the factory steering wheel, front and side amber indicators etc. I have owned for the last 3 years and it still puts a smile on my face every time I drive it. This car has been my pride and joy and is a very reluctant listing. Only offering for sale due to a growing family. I will be back in another Porsche at some point in the future. Notable maintenance in the last 5-10,000 km: Oct 2019 – AC system overhaul Oct 2019 – Gauge cluster refurbished (excellent night lighting now) July 2019 – Rear hatch resealed Feb 2019 – New clutch + CV joints + shifter + gear linkage Jan 2019 – Refurbish steering shaft Nov 2018 – Replace engine mounts (genuine Porsche) July 2018 – New 968 control arm mounts May 2018 – New intake and exhaust camshafts, timing chain + guides + cam position sensor, new front engine seals, rollers, water pump, thermostat, cam + balance shaft + power steering + alternator belts + all fuel lines + various hoses + air filter + fuel filter + brake booster Mar 2018 – New DIN65 battery June 2017 – New exhaust system May 2017 – Clutch master + slave cylinders Sep 2016 – New windscreen Mar 2016 – New radiator Note: The above is only a snapshot of some of the more significant recent maintenance items. My spreadsheet documents everything from bonnet shocks to power steering hoses, heater control valves to hatch pins, new dust boots to diff seals etc. This car has not been left short of ongoing and preventative maintenance and will serve its new owner well for many years to come. Interested parties feel free to message me should you wish to obtain further details. Located Brisbane southside Regards, Justin
  3. Volkswagen chief warns ‘sacred cows’ need slaughtering Herbert Diess tells top managers that radical change is needed to survive industry upheaval. Be interesting to see whether changes extend into Porsche. From an article in the Financial Times online:https://www.ft.com/content/8ba1dde4-3869-11ea-a6d3-9a26f8c3cba4
  4. Hello Members, This is odeta stuikys rose. I love Porsche cars and luckily my friend is selling his 2008 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S for $30,000 but I want to make sure, $30,000 for 2008 Porsche 911 Carrera 4S are fine for it or not. Please suggest me best advice for this because your advice will be fruitful for both of us. Thanks
  5. This is a project I was fortunate enough to be involved with. It's essentially a small series of videos based on a variety of different enthusiasts and how their life/passion is influenced by cars, bikes etc. The work that's gone into these videos is amazing and I thought I'd get a thread up on here as no doubt it will be of interest to anyone interested in engines + wheels! https://www.shannons.com.au/club/video/driven-series-trailer-coming-august-2018/ Here is the final product;
  6. Quality Aussie Porsche/Owner videos from Nulon: (short only 5 min each) _ Owners may be PFA members?
  7. Hey everyone I wanted to get your opinions, and possibly your feedback, on whether or not I should get paint protection film or paint protection ceramic coating. I live out towards Penrith, and a majority of my drive takes me through backroads full of stones and rocks, and I was wondering what you would recommend for someone who is trying to keep the paint clean on his Macan. I've done a bit of research on them both, so I am fairly well read on both products, but I would love to get a second opinion from someone who has actually gone and gotten either paint protection film or ceramic coating. Cheers!
  8. http://poddtoppen.se/podcast/1247694648/spikes-car-radio Not a Video, ask your kids how to get it
  9. http://www.graysonline.com/lot/0003-3419928/motor-vehiclesmotor-cycles/1983-porsche-911-sc-targa-manual-88-003-miles-indicated https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/portsea/cars-vans-utes/porsche-911-1983-3-0sc/1169218268 Hello all, I have limited time to sell my car , I’m off to the USA so I have elected to auction it, as I simply just don’t physically have the time to show people. I purchased the car from a collection in the UK, It was one of 8 in the collection. it’s a factory RHD it’s got a full steel wide Turbo Body. It looks tough, It really has a great presence , It sounds great as it pumps out beautiful 911 tunes through it's Ssi exhaust. corrosion isn’t an issue with this car. No oil leaks either...Hasn't dropped any. “ Auto Coupe “ just replaces shift bush and had a play and it’s shifting nice now. It fires straight up and really jumps to life, Its very straight, Paint is Very good, Targa roof has 2 small blemishes (front and trailing edge 5c piece size) a trimmer can sort. Interior is good. Stops and handles well, Has been a fun car, if you want a good car at reasonable money jump in the car and shoot to Dandenong South tomorrow and check it out. Will not disappoint! Must sell don’t miss out
  10. Hi there everyone, Excuse any ignorance or noobish-ness in this message but I am wanting to buy a Porsche Boxter (either 1999/2001-2003) in November this year and want to set aside a monthly budget if I needed cash for upkeep / something going wrong with the car. My question is to everyone mostly anyone who has owned this: Is the upkeep of the car expensive and what would you look out for when buying a used version of these models? Did you encounter many problems and is it even worth it? I am so new to this but so in love with this car, really hoping anyone can help me. So appreciate your help
  11. Hey Guys/Gals chasing down a rear reflector to suit my 1982 911 SC. Don't want to name and shame anyone but was promised one a while ago but no result. Quite happy to pay the market rate.... Any tips on useful internet sited to find like items would be appreciated.
  12. Hi guys, it is Jason from JC Classic Car Restorations. It was great to meet a few of you on Sunday at Sandown. I was asked by a few people about freshening their cars up due to chips and just general road use. Ive just finished repainting a gentlemans 10 year old Porsche . He wanted to purchase another Porsche to have that feeling of a new car, I believe in only doing the highest quality when it comes to refinishing cars. For $25k "not a full restoration" we were able to fulfill his desires and repaint his car and save him money on buying another car. Ive had 22 years experience in the car restoration business. We currently have customers from around the globe that send their pride and joy to us to be restored. To name one, we have a Aston Martin DB4 that we are currently building for Mike Simcoe , the CEO of GMH global car designs. We pride ourselves on customer communication during the restoration to create a smooth experience for the customer and the build. If any of you are on Facebook you can have a look on our business page and view the quality we provide. Feel free to contact me directly on 0439701098 0387403606 we are located in Mt Evelyn Victoria Kindest regards Jason http://m.facebook.com/JC-Classic-CAR-Restorations-301619859892415/?ref=bookmarks
  13. I'm a huge Friends fan and this episode has PORSCHE http://fullepisodes.biz/friends-s07e22-season-7-episode-22-the-one-with-chandlers-dad-s7e22-with-english-subtitles_6b689c3ef.html
  14. Hi all, I'm moving overseas for a couple of years (just planning on storing the car while I'm away), but need to divest of a few things that I've had in the garage. Starting with... 4x Simmons rims, to suit 911SC or Carrera - PRICE CHANGE> $1000 Rears - 16x8 Front - 16x7 I've used these for SuperSprints at WP, SMP, etc (maybe 8 or 10 times?) on a 1980 911SC. Rims are used but no issues with them, no cracks or damage aside from the usual scuffs, grime etc. Fitted with Toyo R888's, 225/45 and 245/45, approx 70%(?) tread left. Comes with 3x Simmons centre caps, 2 in perfect condition, 1 fair to poor. Pickup from Bronte 2024. cheers Al
  15. Hey folks! Wanted to share this and invite you guys to a movie screening. It is a project that I've been working on for the past two years. It started off as a 5 minute YouTube video and grew into a full on film for the cinema. This film is unlike any other videos that you may have seen floating around the internet, it captures the many unseen characters of Akira Nakai, a Japanese Porsche racer and wide-body 911 builder travelling to Australia to build Southern Cross, the first car Down Under. It tells the story of how it feels like to go to a 12 hour endurance race with him in Japan together with the extended RWB family from around the world. Kind word of caution: If you're after period correctness, this is not for you. If you're after clinical and rubber-gloved workshop floors, this is not for you. If you're expecting to see lab coats, clean tartan, fedora hats, wine and cheese at the races, this really isn't for you. What to expect: A film with a lot of dirt and grime, a heavy car crash and a tin shed with 7 RWB Porsche's to the colour of Skittles and a workshop floor littered well worn slicks, tools and fibre-glass in the air. Film website: www.RWB.film PFA Members: The cinema is largely free-seating, however I have allocated the rear-most rows to PFA and my foreign guests (including Nakai-san). The rear 4 rows are the best seats in the house, and group buy is available with free movie t-shirts for you guys. So let me know as soon as possible. Thank you Kerry and Orlando for allowing me to post this up! NB: Did I mention we cut up Porsche's too? Chern. (chern@rwb-australia.com)
  16. 9 inch touch screen Pcm with Reverse camera, Navigation, Bluetooth hands free, Usb, Front camera, plays video & music files, Internet hot spots, obd diagnostic....etc
  17. Parts are in Melbourne: 235/40ZR18 Sumitomo HTRZ III tyres x 4 can sell in pairs. plenty of tread. $100 each Genuine Factory Painted Yellow Centre Console as new 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster with matching ashtray. The ashtray alone costs a few $$ and is rarely included. Great to brighten an otherwise rather dark interior purchased from PCM. Has all the right cutouts etc as opposed to ones from USA. $800 Standard Black Centre Console used 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster with matching ashtray off 997 TT SOLD Used hand brake 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster Black leather, good condition off a 997 TT $300 Brand new hand brake 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster Black leather, new condition purchased from PCM. Standard leather.$500 Used Porsche Double DIN radio for 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster. Porsche may need to code for your car. 2 Available $300 Used 986 S exhaust for 986 Boxster. Muffler assembly with tips only. Pipes were cut pre muffler by exhaust shop. $300 Boxster door sill covers. One used great condition, one new with plastic over metal part. Sold as pair. $200 Pair of used leather sports seats from 997S. These will suit a fair few Porsches including 997.1 997.2 987.1 987.2 911 Cayman Boxster. Includes side airbags. Great condition. Electric adjustable back with manual lift. $1900 SOLD Used Cayman 17" Genuine Porsche wheels with continental contact sport tyres $900 Used 997.1 steering wheel for use with circular airbag. No tears or marks. $300 Used Alcantara GT3 steering wheel from 997.2 GT3 with circular airbag $700 SOLD Also have this: Audi TTRS exhaust system from APR $2000 http://goapr.com.au/products/apr_exhaust_cast_downpipe_25tfsi-au.html Website says will also suit Audi RS3 Steve
  18. MezgerMan

    Help wanted

    My local independent Porsche service specialist has diagnosed me with a problem. Apparently I can't stop myself buying P-cars. Does anyone know how to fix this problem? #sellthehouseandbuyabiggergarage
  19. We have been following the Macan for some time and after going through our "lengthy" evaluation process we placed our order today for a 2016 Macan Turbo. ? Went light on options but here's the build: 2016 Porsche Macan Turbo Rhodium Silver metallic 20" RS Spyder wheels Headlamps lighting in black with PDLS Shadow trim in high gloss black Tow bar Porsche Crest embossed in head rests of front seats Ventilated front seats Brushed Aluminun scuff plates with illuminated model emblem Lane change assist 3 Zone AC Digital Radio Piano Black interior (instead of brushed aluminium) Few other things thrown in and a little discount. Delivery in May/June 2016. Very happy with PCSS cheers
  20. Headed out on the 25 June for my first Track day in the 911 at Lakeside Speedway in Queensland. I prefer my mountain roads and spirited street driving, but as with many before me, am realising to explore the car's limits, its better to do it in a controlled environment. The 993 3.6 was rebuilt at the beginning of the year, so I was keeping my engine in mind while racing (and hence short shifting). For those that dont know my car, it was driven regularly on Eastern Creek by the previous owner, with a setup reflecting regular track use (polyurethane bushes, solid strut mounts, brake balancer). It really felt at home on the track and allowed my noob ass to get away with some very bad transitions. A lot was learned on the day, many things Id never experienced before on the street, heat cycling of tyres being the biggest. Any feedback, commenting, good or bad is appreciated

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