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  • Present cars
    2005 996 Turbo S Cab (Exclusive)
    2006 Carrera GT 1112
    2007 997 GT3 RS
    2007 997 GT3
    2008 997 GT2 (Exclusive)
    550 Spyder - a fine reproduction (replica)
  • Future cars
    1994 964 Turbo
    1997 993 Turbo
    917 Werkzcars fine replica
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    Many
  1. Thanks for your kind reply I see such a scheme is very common in the U.S but I believe now a days these marketing scheme is phasing out. We don't have mark ups nor we have to pay any kind of premiums in our region. I never experienced this with of the porsches I have bought and currently own; in exception with the first porsche that I bought when I was living in the USA. Actually, I have been thinking about several options: whether to buy a 993 turbo and get it modified into 993 RSR by Ninemeister in the Uk, a 917 LMK from Werkzcars in australia and get a 6 cylinder engines to make it as authentic as possible (which will cost and take alot of time) , or wait for the new turbo. Personally, I have been in contact with alot specialized vintage racing companies in germany for 917 project. What you think? Regards Correction> 2 6 cylinder air cooled
  2. Thanks for your kind reply I see such a scheme is very common in the U.S but I believe now a days these marketing scheme is phasing out. We don't have mark ups nor we have to pay any kind of premiums in our region. I never experienced this with of the porsches I have bought and currently own; in exception with the first porsche that I bought when I was living in the USA. Actually, I have been thinking about several options: whether to buy a 993 turbo and get it modified into 993 RSR by Ninemeister in the Uk, a 917 LMK from Werkzcars in australia and get a 6 cylinder engines to make it as authentic as possible (which will cost and take alot of time) , or wait for the new turbo. Personally, I have been in contact with alot specialized vintage racing companies in germany for 917 project. What you think? Regards
  3. Im interested in the purchase of a mint 993 T and modifying it to a 993 GT2. I have been searching the net for OEM 993 GT2 kits but don't seem to find any. I would like a reliable renowned shop or company that would assist me in doing the complete setup (if possible). (alternatively) I was also impressed by the 993 RSR from Ninemeister in the UK, though I don't know how much would such a car cost. Anyone who is with extensive knowledge and 'know how' about the 993 could advise of which would be a better choice? I would really like to own a unique powerful 993 variant. As for an original 993 GT2, I believe they are way over priced; some sell from Euro 240k and more. Thanks
  4. Im curious on whether Porsche will unleash the 991 turbo within the the first half of next year? will there be a significant premium over the current 997.2 turbo model? Thanks
  5. Are those Fabspeed tips? they look nice. God bless :)
  6. Thanks for the info. Highly appreciated. Would you happen to know how much the hazet (OEM) one would cost? Regards
  7. I have the nut. Im looking for the torque. Sadly that porsche did not supply this with the car. Thanks
  8. Battery has always been the issue. Porsche don't seem to find a replacement Gel battery like BMW did. It would be the ideal solution. I would recommend that you change your battery, buy a Porsche trickle charger and keep it connected at all time when the car is parked. Regards
  9. Congra! it happened to me many times. An excitement that you cant come over nor control....all the best :)
  10. I would like to increase my '08 997 GT2 engine HP ( a package not just the ECU) though with out being exposed to any future risks and yet not affecting the engine's life span. Im quite familiar with most the German car modification suppliers but they are costly vs. the HP/torque they deliver. Any ideas or recommendations? What about Protomotive? please advise. Thanks
  11. Does anyone know from where I can out source it and how much it would cost? Thanks
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