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Hi all, i was wondering if anyone knows the weight of the techart formula II wheel, size 22x10.5 i am considering getting a set for my 04 cayenne S. but i'm shipping overseas and they charge by weight so i want to have a general idea thanks in advance
ahlan b kil el libneniye.... Rammi the car has a saudi license plate, and looks like it's been sitting in the dessert for a while, i can't see how a car with Saudi license plate could stay in lebanon for 3 years without moving, the lebanese customs rules are that you have to take the car out of the country every 6 months. and the car can stay a maximum of 2 years then it has to have it's Trip ticket renewed. if you're interested in porsche wrecks like the one in the attached pictures, there's a lot here in dubai and i work with a lot of people who can assess the extent of the damage... Hi Nehme, The car is in saudi arabia. i work in saudi arabia, i travel once a month to lebanon. Don't be afraid of the sand. It is not a problem. The air is so packed with sand I have to wash my car every other day here! I am getting this car, will fix first the mechanic part, then will do the 997 conversion. cheers
thank you all for your contribution :) i think i can get the car for $5000 I want to bring this puppy back to life! it is a shame for a Porsche to sit there in the dust. A friend of mine suggested to do the 997 conversion on it
The thing is that if i buy one from the states i will have to pay $16,500 for shipping and customs, and $4000 in registration... if they're selling for $28,000 in the states, it would cost me $48,500... I do not want to spend that much, i have time and patience to fix this one up... :) I need to know what parts are obviously needed. is there a radiator behind the bumper on the left ?
Hello there, I live in Lebanon, in the middle east. A 2003 Carrera 2 Cabriolet sells here between $35,000 and $40,000. There is a 2003 Carrera 2 Cabriolet, it has been in an accident on the front left fender. It is owned by a millionaire that owns maybe 30 cars. It was damaged in 2007 and hasn't been fixed ever since, instead he just bought another one! It just sits there in his huge land and teases me so i asked if he would sell it to me. It has only ran 35,000 KM , six-speed manual , and has the hard top too. How much should i pay for it ? Since it has been sitting there for 3 years without firing up the engine, what is it that should be done to the engine? I attached some pictures, and was wondering if i could get some help estimating what parts i need and how much it would cost me. Thanks in advance!
Hi Loren, thanks for helping all of us out! I have a 1998 Boxster, i'll be changing the battery, so i would like to have the radio code ready just in case :) CDR-210 Type R3297 Serial # V5015158 Thanks in advance, Best Regards!