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Happens all too often. It'll be a Hilton or Marriott eventually.
Oh. I am sorry to hear that. I have been on this side of the Bay too long. I used to be in SOMD during the first 38 years of my life. I need to visit again.
Sounds like a road trip! I can't wait for warmer weather as I have 2 Boxsters...one may go for the 911, though. I certainly will make a day trip there. Kids are older, but sounds like something they may like, especially if I throw the Tiki Bar in. Last I was there was '83?
That is great! Also, CRAZY! I was just minutes from Solomons...looking at this car! I'm hoping another trip and I'll be driving it home. I never knew they had them at the Museum. Born and raised in MD, but need to go there! Love the pic! I'll buy lunch one trip down, you have helped on MANY threads. Not far at all.
Sounds like heaven, and heading to another! I'm not far south, just over the bridge from Annapolis. Yell if you are ever this way, I'll buy you a crab cake!!
Congratulations! It's apparently in your blood! What area? Parents were from Hazelton.
I will! Do you have your own shop? Are you in PA?
YOU ARE FREAKING INCREDIBLE! THANK YOU!! I feel the purchase has to happen. 4 times in the past week I have looked at the clock, no kidding at all, it was 9:11.
Yes, I'm sorry. I was referring to Oil Pressure. I am looking at a car for possible purchase. Last week it was at a steady 2, but at 1.25 today at idle. Like you said, I'm not sure of what is in there either.
Thank you JFP in PA! Where is your shop? (I am in MD) Is 1.25 bars okay at idle temp in your opinion?
Thank you, DBJoe996. That was kind of what I was thinking. I had heard 2000 was a transition year, but thank you for the thought it's probably original. I heard that Porsche replacements included an "AT" in the model number, which this lacks. I agree, I'll offer with the reduction of the solutions being performed. Wish me luck! ? Thanks!
Jack5j posted a topic in 996 Series (Carrera, Carrera 4, Carrera 4S, Targa)Hello, I am looking at a 2000 996 that supposedly had an engine replacement (date/mileage can't be verified, or that it happened). Based on the model number of M96/0466Yxxxxxx, I guess it probably was? Any way to tell if this would be a single row vs the possible double row it came with? Considering but concerned as the car has been sitting for quite a while since (possible) engine replacement. Thank you for any input.
Thank you! It has been at my indy's getting a few things done and timing has been reset. Apparently, all codes are gone now, except a IACV found broken during a smoke test. Of course, I get the IMS fears running through my head.