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    Pace, FL
  • Porsche Club
    PCA (Porsche Club of America)
  • Present cars
    2013 Boxster S (981)
  • Former cars
    924 Turbo, 944, 928S, 996 Cabrio
  1. 26: New 1981 924 Turbo (which I could ill afford). It had impressive turbo lag but otherwise was a fine, fun car. Had it 2 years, found my wife with its assistance, got married, then sold it to buy a house in SoCal. Sold for a new '84 Nissan King Cab pick-up. Huh??? Later, had a 928 S4 and currently have a 2003 996 C2 Cabrio....
  2. For logray: Thanks for taking the time to look into my replacement engine serial #. Like many others on this thread, I too am not losing sleep over the issue. This is my sunny day car (and there are typically plenty of those here in FL) and I usual run it pretty hard on the back roads....I'll just keep enjoying it!
  3. In response to the above, here's my replacement engine's serial #: 03AT66566755 If anyone can determine if this has the 13mm or 22mm nut I'd be HUGELY appreciative. Thanks!
  4. First post to this most excellent forum! Previously owned '81 924 Turbo (bought new when I was young & single!), and '89 928 S4 bought 1993 and sold in 1997. So I've been without for many years until my recent purchase of a '03 996 C2 cabrio (which required significant negotiations with the wife as we have 3 in college now!). I've had it now for about a year and am most assuredly a 911 devotee! I'm the 3rd owner; the 2nd owner bought it as a CPO and blew the engine, which was replaced by the Porsche dealer with a 2005 engine in April 2007. There is now approx 12,500 miles on the '05 e
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