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  1. Whatever the case may be of its order on the production line, I would try to not forget that your car is a machine that is meant to be driven. Letting it sit is actually bad because it dehydrates the car's rubber seals, guibo (if it has one, not sure on these cars), o-rings, and bushings. While it may be interesting to find out whether Jerry Seinfeld's car is in fact the latest production 993, I wouldn't stop driving the car is a result of it. You bought a high performance driving machine. Use it! :thumbup: Finally, I would pay attention to the digits that come before the last digits whic
  2. eBay car buying is never a good idea unless you or someone you know can look at the car before your purchase. Also, this car clearly needs a ton of work. Knowing how bad prices are for parts, I would stay away from this one. If you really want a 993, wait this one out for a better example. PPI is ALWAYS a good idea, even after having a ton of research under your belt. Good luck with the search!
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