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  1. Hi there I've just bought an 4S convertible and will pick it up this week. My dealer has sent me a pretty unexpected form, a "Non Export Agreement". It says that there was a $15,000.- penalty which I would have to pay if the car was exported outside of the USA within 12 months of the initial purchase date. Porsche apparently doesn't like Europeans to buy cars in the USA which could be attractive for them due to the favorable exchange rate. I live and work in Europe and Seattle and the dealer probably thought that I plan something like that... I've protested but the dealer insists that every buyer of a Porsche in the USA has to sign this agreement. I just can't believe that. Is that true? I think it's an unacceptable restriction which probably not many of us would be willing to accept. If I buy and pay a car, I want to do with it whatever I wish. Did all of you 997 buyers have to sign such an agreement? Thanks for your quick and appreciated replies Cheers, Mike
  2. Ok.....sitting down....??? The PCM System kit is $4,985, with installation it is $ 5,855. Oooops, that's a bit more than I thought :eek: Thanks for this information Nick
  3. Hi there Just bought a 997 4S convertible without navigation. I'm thinking about adding nav and know that Porsche sells komplete kits. Does anyone know the costs and whether installation is a DIY thing or not? I restore classic Porsche and have some knowledge about electronics. Thanks for your appreciated help and tips, Mike
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