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Finally a question I can answer: 23, a 1956 356 Super Speedster!

Steve

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Hi everybody..Great site !! :jump: I just joined and recently bought my first Porsche. Only took 43 years!!

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53 1999 996 Cab. Some thoughts: You only come this way once, might as well walk (drive) around with a smile on your face; Age is just a state of mind (accept for the recent knee surgery, that was definitely a physical manifestation); she's cheaper than having a mistress (so I've heard) unless you lose the IMS.thumbup.gif

That's except for the knee surgery (which I did have to accept if I ever wanted to be able to get in and out of the Pcar again).

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i like your thoughts 99911:) Well said! fk it. Life has too many burdens as it is. Might as well lighten the mood with a little WOT on an open highway from time to time:)

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16(1983 944), 23(1986 944), 24(1987 944S), 25(1967 912), 32( 1988 944S and 1999 Boxster)

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I was 41 in 1999 when I bought a new Guards Red 996. I had a '79SC after that and 11 years later I just bought a "like new" Glacier White 99 996.

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@20 yo Carrera 964 MY90

@30 yo Carrera 4 996 MY00

Edited by Doohan

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38, MY02 996TT, back in 2008.

Considering a '59 356 cab or a '69 911. Or maybe a 1983 911 cab, white and Turbolook... So many options, so little money...

Edited by laalves

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