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  1. All of the above. Or, to put it another way, I don't know if anyone specifically deserves to be a Porsche owner or enthusiast, but as the owner of two vintage 356s, and (serially) two modern Porsches, I love the look of the car but don't own them to be flashy, and I love how they drive, but am not really interested in racing. However, I don't look down on those who customize their cars, who race them, or who like to tinker. (OK, I look down a little bit at those who try to make standard 911s look like GT3s and whatnot). A modern Porsche is generally a high-reliability car, very safe (if dr
  2. Thanks Victor, I'm enjoying it more since I let the 1st one go.
  3. Good idea, let me go for a beer before continuing with the blog. Here the wife and I at the Oktober fest enjoying the german best!
  4. Thanks for your advice, I immediately e-mailed Phil, unfortunately he doesn't have a car for me, but we will be in touch.
  5. Thanks for the add!

  6. I love this blog! Thank you all for your answers and good suggestions. I don’t understand why people modify the truth when is so easy to go on-line and get a record of the vehicle. The more I think about this first purchase experience the angrier I get and thanks to this blog, the wiser I get. Is difficult to describe how I feel the seller thinks, but is something like this: - Since you don’t have the means to purchase a brand new car out of the dealership, you don’t know anything about used Porsches and this used car is the only car you disserve, is perfect and is the right price.-
  7. HI every one! I have been a Mercedes guy since I can remember; my wife drives one and I have a 1970 280SEL coupe garaged. Unfortunately last November I manage to kill my 300SD which was my daily driver. With only 275,000 miles it was in perfect condition. I lost control of the car one rainy night and I ended up destroying the front suspension, engine and gearbox against a very tall sidewalk. While looking into replacing my car, my brother offered to me his used Boxster, but had to back up on his offer because my sister in-law needs a kitchen renovation urgently!! We all know how it goes
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