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    Hamilton, New Zealand
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  • Present cars
    Mini Cooper S
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    911
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    BMW M5
  1. It was wrapped from brand new according to the master Porsche dealer who sold it.
  2. I am looking at buying a 2010 997.2 which has very low kms. The previous owner did not like the factory grey colour (not sure why he bought it new in that case) - so he has wrapped the complete car in a very nice looking, but of course totally non standard, white with a metallic fleck in it. The dealer who is selling it says that it can be removed, but I am worried about damage to the paint underneath. The service records are complete and the garage that has serviced it is not worried as it is mechanically fine and has had very little use. What do you guys think? Worth a punt or leave it alone?
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