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    1999 Boxster
    2000 Audi S4

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  1. Wonder how old they are and how little no I can keep em for. I just put in new rubber last year. Got maybe a few thousand on the S02s. But pretty good deal. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. My son enjoyed riding in the convertible far more than the coupe. Headroom. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  3. S04 here. DD and weekend car. Have nothing but good to say. Most of the performance of the PSS for a fraction of the price. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  4. S04 here. DD and weekend car. Have nothing but good to say. Most of the performance of the PSS for a fraction of the price. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  5. We came from a similar move. 99 Boxster to a 2009 Cab S. It wasn't by choice as my wife's car was totalled by a driver in the hospital parking lot. We chose the PDK. Came from a MT Boxster. We got most of the good options. Sport Chrono. Nav. Heated and Cooled seats. If we were able to find a C4S, we would have gone that route, but we got a screaming deal on our S. 997.2 is definitely the way to go unless you can squeeze a 991. Only reason is it is easier to add a backup camera.l, as the rear view is pretty blocked.
  6. There is a control module that it connects to. It mounts to the side radiator bracket.
  7. Buy it for parts. Brakes, suspension, body, etc. Easy to make your money back or upgrade another 997
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