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  1. One thing that comes to mind, engines seem to have ovaling of the bores and perhaps other issues. Is this something I should anticipate with a higher mileage car? I saw the reliability thread and it sounds good, but it may be beneficial to have a new block (1.2k plus machining/sleeves/pistons) or a good used engine (dont think i saw one lower than 5k) Ready to go if the engines tend to fail. One thing is I love to buy things with the intention of keeping them forever. If bore ovaling is something I will encounter no matter what I'd like to be ready, and there's no better
  2. You guys might think I'm crazzy. I'm a full time college student with two part time jobs. I've saved 10k but I don't want a poor example, unless it's all repairs I can do myself. I deffinately have a particular style and the 996 fits those requirements. There was a boxster for sale locally for 1500 with body damage perfectly concelable with fender flares/wide body kit, but I'd rather spend 10k or more on the car I really really want. The boxster seems mostly cheap, and for people who want to say "look at my porsche". I'm sure this is an overgeneralization amd so
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