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  1. Thanks for the reply, Great.... NOT!!! :( Cheers R
  2. Thanks for the reply, Still really tight?!? And still feels fixed to the steering column? Cheers R
  3. Hi Y'all, Was wondering if anyone knows how to remove both top and bottom plastic steering wheel covers on a 1978 911SC. I've removed the 2 screws either side, but am reluctant to force them apart anymore than I have, especially after seeing the price for replace on Pelican Parts :( Thanks in advance! Cheers Roni
  4. Love to know who got it???? Still left-hand-drive too!!!! NICE! B)
  5. I too had the same prob. (noise over bumps from right rear) I was lucky it was under warranty though, and my dealer replaced BOTH control arms.....DONE, fixed the prob. Hope all goes well! Cheers
  6. I had the same problem just after I bought the car. Took it back to the dealer, they "glued"? the pads (front), and the noise went away???
  7. x2 One of the nicest 987's I've seen (classy and tasteful) IMO anyway! :)
  8. Hi All, Probably been requested before, but I cant seem to find it anywhere? Has anyone got the Option Code list for the 986 - Australian Delivery? I have the Option list for the US spec model, but it's slightly different to ours. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Cheers :)
  9. DO IT!!!!! :thumbup: Dont be scared..... buy one from a Porsche dealership and pay the extra for the extended warranty if you want piece of mind! Best thing I ever did, I was a die hard Miata fan (had 3 over the years), since I bought the Boxster.....I never looked back. Good luck!
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