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About tns4

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  • Birthday 08/14/1967

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    San Antonio, TX
  • Porsche Club
  • Present cars
    2001 Boxster S, Headers, Eibach lowering springs, 22mm spacers, poly motor mounts, K&N air filter, rear spoiler.
  • Future cars
    2001 911 Turbo
  • Former cars
    69 Shelby GT350, 1970 Buick GS conv. 1970 Corvette conv. 1985 Grey market BMW M5

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  1. Just wanted to salute Porsche, just hit 134000 miles, decided to change the plugs and they looked perfect. The only mechanical problem Ive had is the alternator going out. the car sees red-line everyday, multiple times a day and never skips a beat. I have never had a car that was so bullet proof. beside 9 sets of rear tires, one clutch and a set of brakes, no problems or issues. Kudos to Porsche

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