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    2008 997 C2S
  1. I'd love to do mine in black, but my interior is in Cocoa, I just don't think that would mix right... Still love the interior though.
  2. I'm from L.A. too, it's a differnt culture out here when it comes to cars. (I hope I don't get flamed for this but...) Few cars out here have nice rims. Might be due to the pot holes from the cold weather... So this is problem is probably a derivative of that... Frankly most people treat their cars like $hit out here. They bang car doors into the cars next to them in parking lots and things like this. I'm like Vincent in Pulp Fiction when it comes to never @#%&ing with a man's car, so it irkes me out... I'll just enjoy the car for awhile and perhaps refinish them all at some point or upg
  3. Thanks guys, that's helpful. The indy I'm going to have service it basically gave me the same advice, i.e. drive it for a year or so and see if you do any more damage.... Besides, I've got to replace the tires and get a oil change and break fluid flush. Thinking if I spend anymore my wife will kill me... I'm not much of a DIY guy, but it's worth looking for Wurth, when I need to have it done. Thanks again!
  4. Hi All, Just grabbed my first P-car, 2008 C2S with arctic silver and cocoa full leader interior. It's quite gorgeous and with only 6,700 miles and still under CPO till 5/14, I'm really excited. It's one blemish, however, is some curb burn on the right rear wheel. It has the 19" Carrera Classics. It's problematic since the car looks brand new otherwise.... I live in Salem, MA and have called around some of the local indies that service P-cars, but folks haven't had great success with matching the color. They think the folks that refinish them do a great job, just not with getting the color ex
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