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About Chuck996

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  • Birthday December 3

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    Myrtle Beach, SC
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    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    1999 996 Silver Cab - Graphite interior - Both Tops
    1987 951 Guards Red _ Linen Sport seats - Lots of Goodies
    1986 951 Stone Metallic - Black --- Was very fast --bent in garage
    2011 VW Tiguan --- White - Tan - Wolfsburg Ed.

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  1. Wow --- I like it. I have a 1987 951 Guards Red .... Would love to duplicate the decal. Thanks, Chuck
  2. Agree with dcdrechsel ==== I have tried using a rebuilder - some work some don't. Watch ebay sometimes you can buy at good price. Remember to get new upgraded cylinders. Good luck, Chuck
  3. Same problem as post above. Took in to local Porsche dealer -- he told me I needed a new steering column -- cost in excess of $1000. At that point I decided I could live without cruise control. Everything else works fine.
  4. I used Leatherique and had very bad results and the co. said screw you. Do not use -- customer service and product quality bad. Just hate to see other Renntech's get taken. Chuck
  5. Would love to do that -- have fun and be careful. Going to drive to DC tomorrow in the 996 Cab. First road trip in the 996 in years. Chuck
  6. Buy the kit from Suncoast -- install ---- problem solved. The kit contains everthing you need and is easy to install. Chuck
  7. No doubt -- Ragg Top and its cleaner are the best on the market. Highly recommend. Chuck -- Artic Silver Cab - 1999
  8. Great looking car for $11,500. Problems appear to be minor. Get them fixed as soon as possible and have fun. Chuck
  9. I have removed my cats and did not notice much in the way of additional sound. Stock headers - hacked mufflers on 1999 Cab. Chuck
  10. When I first read this post -- I thought of the Eagles song. You standing on the corner. Glad you got if fixed without a lot of problems. Thanks for the update and write up. Chuck
  11. Krazyk ---- Looks just like mine. Great minds think alike...... Chuck
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