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Boxster 986 @ 37

Boxster 987 @ 42

And already planning for the new Boxster 981 in 2012

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1996 : 39 y/o : '61 356 Roadster

2002 : 45 y/o : '59 356 Speedster

2004 : 47 y/o : '01 Boxster S

2010 : 53 y/o : '04 996 C4S Cab

Still own three of the four. The Boxster met a sad fate on the pointy end of a rogue SUV.

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33 (a new 911)

Now I look back and think I was pretty young at the time!

b-man

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1985 928S @ age 45

2000 Boxster @ age 48

1999 996 C4 Cabriolet @ age 50

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First in 1990 at age 30....a 1989 944

Second 2011 at age 51... a 1999 996

Third coming up this week.... a 1986 944 to prep as a track car.

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27 years old

2003 996 C4S

planning on getting a 928 or 968 soon

Bought my Second (89 944) @ 28

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22. It was a 1966 911 and was 6 years old at the time. :)

Edited by HalM

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First one, white 1974, 911 coupe, 26

Second, black 1980, 911SC coupe, 30

Third, guards yellow, 1982, 911SC Targa, 33

Current, silver 1999, C2 coupe, 51

I got the bug racing HO cars in the 60's with all my buddies, 908, and Ford GT-40. My first speeding ticket was doing a dealer trade swapping a car from Santa Clara to Livermore (there was a dealer there in 1976) written up for 75 was doing over 90. I was 20 and they paid ME to drive the cars. When I bought my first my mom said, "it's about time, you loved those things since you were a kid". Still do at 55.

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16 - (914-4 project car) got from my brother-in-law (gone)

32 - (69 911E) 73RS clone project car (sill have)

41 - (914-4) track car (still have)

41 - (996) DD (still have)

Hopefully one day a 356 :)

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Started drouling at @ 14 took the first plung at --- 25 - 994 Turbo, 27 - 911 SC, 30 - 911 Cab, 32 - Boxster, 39 - 996 Cab... and still going!!! And they keep getting better.....

Edited by still1graphics

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