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    07 Infiniti G35S
    87 Porsche 951 (348 RWHP)
    01 Porsche 986
    66 Ford Mustang GT
  1. By the way, I have 102K miles on this 986. Any help would be appreciated.
  2. I have problems, unfortunately. A couple weeks ago, driving home when the tranny started slipping in my 2001 tiptronic. Crap! Crawled a few blocks home and had it towed to a repair shop. Did a maitenance service on the tranny and no joy. Talked to Porsche dealer here and said $6800 for a replacement. ****! Went out and got a used one from automotix, or some such name. Had it installed and the thing started leaking tranny fluid right away. I need a tranny that will work. The car is worth about 12K, but I am already into in for 1.5K and with another tranny replacement it will be another 4K on top of that. This is what I hate about old Porsches and I have had many. Getting rid of them is a royal pain in the *** when stuff starts to break. I mean really? A tranny for a 2001 Porsche, which are supoosed to be bullet proof for 3-4K ?? What should I do here, any suggestions?
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