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  1. We already know that the Cayman S will sell for $58k. Would anybody car to speculate about the price of the Cayman (base) and when will it be available?
  2. Keep in mind that Porsche is releasing the Cayman S. July 2005 Car & Driver is eluding to a non S version of the Cayman, sighting that it is unusual that A) An "S" model would be released without a base model, and B) the hardtop coupe is priced higher than the cabrio. Perhaps you can expect to see a Cayman base in the near future with a price point more in line with what you were expecting. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> mbodo; Thanks for taking the time to post this information. It seems like good news to me....
  3. Tool Pants: Can you please let me know how to get the DVD you mentioned in your post? Regards; Moses
  4. LVDell: I live in Caracas, Venezuela and unfortunately is a little bit unsafe here. But your logic is better than mine; now that you mention it, it is indeed easier to brake the window than to go trough the soft top. So maybe, I will give the soft top a chance. James: Could you please be more specific as to why the soft top is so high maintenance? Looking someplace else for a sport car is out of the question. I consider Porsche to be the only sport car brand that deserves the investment necessary to purchase their products. I can see myself driving my Boxster 20 years from now and sti
  5. I've always liked the Boxster, but cabs are not an option in my country because the soft top would be cut and my head unit and other electronics robbed in less than a week. I have waited patiently for many years for a Boxster coupe and for a moment there I thought the wait was over. When I saw the Cayman I was overcome with joy because to me it looked like a Boxster coupe and I was very pleased with the overall look of the car. However, I was shocked to learned that it was more expensive than even a Boxster S, which I think is odd since cabs are always more expensive than coupes. I know many
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