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    Porsche 996 C4S 2003 Arctic Silver
    BMW 520d 2008 Black
    Chevrolet Corvette 1982 White
    MGB Roadster 1973 Dark Red
    Jaguar XKE 1971 Black
    Ford Mustang Fastback 1966 Black
    Lincoln Continental Convertible 1962 White
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  1. Thanks for the kind words - I love my C4S - My son has done some more videos of the C4S and I have an before and after exhaust sound video on order which he will do when we get better weather in this neck of the woods ! Regards Sigfus
  2. Hi Welcome to the Forum - Congratulations on a great purchase, awesome color combo and excellent Roadtrip !! Your C4S looks loaded with goodies and sits proudly on beautiful rims ! Although there is always room for improvement ! Like the sidelights and if you dont have the PSE then the Fister mod for the exhaust is an excellent choice ! I have also installed the 997 shiftbox and find that was money well spent ! Good luck Regards Sigfus
  3. Thanks - I am under the impression that I bought an excellent fighter jet for the streets I have done some mods now and have gathered lots of photos and videos of Carrera 4S on my Cardomain page if you want to check it out ! Regards and thanks again Sigfus
  4. Because of popular demand my son has made a Porsche Rough Cut video with NO MUSIC just the way it was filmed with glorious Porsche engine and ambient sounds Porschephiles enjoy !! Sigfus "A good product must be respectable. Design is not fashion" Butzi Porsche, Designer of the 911 http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3365599
  5. Hi Dennis This one is for you !! Sigfus "A good product must be respectable. Design is not fashion" Butzi Porsche, Designer of the 911 http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3365599
  6. Thanks for the tip - I have looked it up and it seems like quality kit for the money - Definitely on my shopping list Regards Sigfus
  7. My mats are in excellent condition it's just the screw in fasteners that keep popping out The hole in the floor is a bit to big now from large POI sliding into the seat Does anyone have a solution to affix those screw-in-fasteners to the floor ?????? R- Sigfus
  8. Hi The drivers side floor mat is on the loose and keeps sliding to the front ! The Velcro fasteners are in good shape but the bottom part that screws into the carpet does not hold anymore which can be rather annoying when one is trying some fancy footwork ! Has anyone got a fix for this problem ? Regards Sigfus
  9. Thanks for the confirmation I totally agree I just love the design of the C4S - with out putting down any of the others Even before I got mine, my favorite was always the C4S, I would have been hard pressed to choose between the 993 and the 996 The 996 was available, I fell for it and just love it !! Regards Sigfus
  10. Hi Glad you like the video The song is Grounds for divorce with Elbow Regards Sigfus
  11. Hi Thank you all for welcoming me to this great forum, for your well wishes and compliments on the Porsche video that my son made. It only took a couple of evenings to film and he edited the whole thing in one afternoon. A father and son project which we had a lot of fun making. I did the driving, polishing and supplies, he did the rest from a-z !!! A recommended activity for one and all Regards Sigfus P.s. When I was 18 I was working on my Z28 Camaro and burning rubber !
  12. Number one would be the Subaru Brothers - always trying to prove them selves Just take it with a grain of salt and do your own thing !!! Regards Sigfus
  13. Ironically the song is called Grounds for Divorce with Elbow Awesome video, who is the score by?
  14. Thank you, no I wish I was that good ! My son (18) made the video from a-z, filming, editing, directing etc I am a very proud parent Regards Sigfus
  15. Hi I just put up a Porsche page on Cardomain.com and see that there are about 2350 Porsche pages there with the most being 944 (778) and 911 (736) I was wondering how many RennTech members also have a page on Cardomain ? Regards Sigfus
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