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    Porsche 911 SC
    BMW E46 M3 Cab
    BMW E39 523 Touring
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  1. Hey Guys, thanks for all the comments.........I'm in the UK and things over here are a bit uncertain economically (probably similar to the states by all accounts), would really like to get a TT before march but may be prudent and wait a couple of months (although trying to finalize a contract at work which may make budgets available a bit sooner :thumbup: ) On a side note do any of you guys know the rules regarding a UK firm working short term in NY for a US company? Got a project to complete over in NY and our engineers would be fitting out FTSE NY for a couple of weeks, have heard ther
  2. Thanks XLR82XS for the advice, mush appreciated. :thankyou: DM
  3. Thanks nmlss Have been looking at the usual trading sites but will focus more in the new year. Just wnated to get an idea on the 996tt specific issues I should look out for. Unfortunately I'm a bit anal with things and do a fair bit of research before committing.........then again teh phrase 'impule purchase' would not be out of the vocab of my other half when I want something and get a bit of a b*ll*ck***....lol Thanks.
  4. Hi Guys Thanks for the responses, I agree good time to buy!! Will check the 2nd gear threads..... Thanks
  5. Hi wross996tt Many thanks for the pointers. ust wanted to get an idea of any model specific issues that I should look out for. Will check out the sites you suggest. Thanks again DM
  6. Hi Guys New to the forum so HI to all.... Can you point me in the direction of any buying advice as I'm looking to buy a 996tt in the new year and want to try and be as clued up as possible. (Apologies if this is an easy search on the forum - have tried but failed) Got an E46 M3 at the moment and got my 911SC ('79) back recently which has sparked off everything in me that the M3 does not. Don't get me wrong, the M3 is very accomplished but just does not get me excited like the SC does................HENCE the 996TT (always said that if I got another 911 it would be a TT or GT). Any a
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