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Phil3

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  • Present cars
    1998 BMW M3 sedan (5 speed)
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    Porsche Cayman S or 996 Turbo.
  1. I currently drive a '98 BMW M3 sedan, and am new here, with the intent of replacing the BMW with either a Cayman S or 996 TT. Different animals I know, but since I am moving from very fast sport motorcycles to cars, I would like my new motorsports interest to be pretty quick, as well as having a top notch chassis. The 996TT should satisfy that. My question is how reliable is a 996TT that has around 50,000 miles? I expect maintenance to not be inexpensive, but RMS failures, and other potential breakdowns are of concern. Under my care, the car would see kid glove treatment and superior maintenance, but wonder about previous care. How difficult is it to find a sterling example of this car? Is it possible to find such a car for no more than $60,000? And if I could ask, what is it about the 996TT that you like the most, and the least? I would better know then if the 996TT is a good fit for me. Thank you. - Phil
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