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Robert Krause

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About Robert Krause

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    Olivebridge, NY, USA
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2016 Cayman
  • Future cars
    None
  • Former cars
    1981 911sc coupe
  1. I just bought a 2016 Black Edition Cayman and love everything about the car EXCEPT: After three neck surgeries I am limited in my neck rotation and can not see traffic coming from a side road that is to the right and close to parallel to the road I am on. I can move the rear view mirror each time I run into this problem to see down that road, but am hoping there is is a better solution. Is there some small mirror, that I would think does the opposite of what a blind spot mirror does, that would extend my rear vision on the right side further right? Ideally, it would just stick on to the exist
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