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12rayne

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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2000 boxster
  1. Oh, you're gonna like this car, indeed, at our age, you "need" this car. Any trip, be it a short trip to pick up Chinese take-out, or a 200mi sunny day blast through the hills is just full of smiles. I've had porsches for 35 years, and I still feel 21, after a few 'redlines', every time I drive mine. I bought my latest to celibrate my youngest kids' college graduation. After my years of family austerity (see broke), doing my 'dad' thing, I got a little piece of my youth back. This also involved retirement, so we have more time to enjoy driving. Address the standard problems Boxsters have and drive it in a fearlessly... and with some anger .
  2. We love you guys. Dead battery; so I need my radio code. 1999 boxter, CDP 2065, ser#x5020137 thank you, Steve
  3. I've had my 99 boxster 2.5 from coast to coast the last few years and have gotten as high as 30mpg, but 80-90 mph highway usually gives me 25-27mpg. Around town/some highway, gives me low 20's. I have noticed that I get better mpg back east (93 octane sometimes), possibly altitude, or fuel. I get the worst mpg in California (91 octane) and I think it has to do with the road surface, or mabe the fuel itself. In any case there is a real differance from one part of the country to another, my driving habits are pretty consistant. I have gotten the same results from my Audi so I know it's no fluke. Anyone think the fuel alone could be responsible? Temp., road surface, octane, whatever, I see a noticeable differance.
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