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  1. I am looking at a 99 c4 for sale, but wondering how to tell the difference? Besides the badging, is there any noticable differences? Vin? ect. How can you tell besides the wider rear fenders ( which is hard in pics)?
  2. I saw a hardtop that mimicks the Cayman. I prefer the 911, but a boxster with that is nice... Albiet you want suspension mods, a hardtop is nice. It has the look, and you can take it off in nice weather. I suggest skipping the suspension mods (factory FTW!), and going with a hardtop
  3. If you could buy a 99 with 9200 miles or an 01 with 40000 miles for the same price, what would you do?
  4. Also, the car has 9200 miles on it. Being a 99, Would it be easier to expect that it will have an RMS Problem?
  5. I was wondering, I am going to look at a 99 996, and the owner (dealer) states that it has a 3.6L engine. I thought the 99 only came with the 3.4, or am I wrong? The dealer has expirience with porsche's, and sells only high end cars, carrera GT, MC12 ect.
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