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  • Present cars
    2005 carrera s
  • Future cars
    993 turbo
  • Former cars
    1991 911 carrera
  1. Am looking at a 993 with over 110,000 miles on what I am told is the original clutch, is this possible? I have test drove the car and there is no slippage or noises from the clutch. I am just trying to figure out how much longer I have before a new one will have to come into play? Car is as clean as they come and has been very well serviced its whole life. Would love some feedback. Thanks.
  2. Need someone with some knowledge on the 05 carrera s clutches to please let me know if its possible to get to 80,000 miles without replacing it. Want to purchase the car but the dealer is saying the clutch has never been replaced and it should be good for over 100,000 miles. The car shifts smooth and can't feel any slippage. Don't want to buy the car then have to replace the clutch right away. Also is there anything else major that I should look for on this model? Need some help thanks.
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