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littlemyron

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About littlemyron

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  • Birthday 04/12/1965

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    I like all forms of transport,
    I work for the transit company parts are my thing.
    love my C4S.

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    Mississauga Canada
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2002 911 C4S Tip Green with tan-mint.
    1995 Lincoln Mark VIII - Mint highway car.
    2000 cavalier 2dr- beater car.
  1. thats the info I am looking for, :) the car is in storage and I plan to fix it before spring. Thanks "Porsche certified" means any Porsche dealer should be address your issue. Even if you were not the original buyer the certification is transeferable and stays with the car. The key here is I do not know if the certification carries across the border. I would find out. This is very interesting, so I had a look at the certification papers from the dealer and noticed the service manager and pre-owned manager did not sign the inspection paper. It reads this inspection is in
  2. thats the info I am looking for, :) the car is in storage and I plan to fix it before spring. Thanks
  3. Hi, I did search the board but did not find any rad replacement info. I am new to this sight. Thanks
  4. Not trying ot be sarcastic, if it is certified, you should have no issue bringing it in! I am Canadian and bought the car from a private seller in Boston. The dealer that cert the car told me there were no leaks , I am upset but they are in Boston and I do not want to deal with them any more. Thank you
  5. Hi, I have become the owner of a 02 c4s in forrest green with tiptronic. it has 19k miles and looks mint.Porsche cert in Nov08 I am noticing a strong coolant ador and steam from the front drivers side after my sunday morning drive. :cursing: There it is a wet rad in the front bumper on the driver side. I am looking for some advice on replacing this rad please. thankyou:
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