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  1. I recently bought a 2005 Boxster S with 76,000km (47,000 miles). The used car dealer said the cluch had been slipping and smelling, and that he replaced it with a new clutch before selling the car to me. This is my first Porsche, so I have no past experience to tell me what the clutch is supposed to feel like. But when I took it to a Porsche centre for service they told me that it picks up too low in the pedal travel. They also said it's slipping, which must be fairly slight because I can't sense it at all. So I went back to the used car dealer to get it fixed under warranty, and they asked me to come back in January "to show them the problem". So here's my question: assuming there is something wrong, as the Porsche centre says, how can I prove it to a sceptical used car dealer?
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