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DesignTek exhaust was just about 2000 miles old in this picture.

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post-26847-0-96337400-1289436428_thumb.jpost-26847-0-46709400-1289436412_thumb.j My 30th Birthday cake last August, for some reason I'm in a Turbo :)

In the picture it was made from I was actually in my first Porsche a 986 Boxster.

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DesignTek exhaust was just about 2000 miles old in this picture.

this looks more like modern art than a Porsche exhaust system.... Very nice !

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Nice looking car. I always had a soft spot for convertibles. I could be wrong, but i bet you haven't had much of a chance to put the top down this year ?  :king:

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post-26847-0-52664500-1289436174_thumb.j

DesignTek exhaust was just about 2000 miles old in this picture.

this looks more like modern art than a Porsche exhaust system.... Very nice !

Thanks. With the heat the colour changed from chrome to this goldie colour, the exhaust is now about 5000miles old and still looks this good, ok I do polish it up sometimes....

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Nice looking car. I always had a soft spot for convertibles. I could be wrong, but i bet you haven't had much of a chance to put the top down this year ? :king:

Like once a year, I've even got caught in the rain with the roof down and driving fast does not stop you from getting wet :) I was thinking one day to get a Smart top control unit. Which opens and closes the roof while driving ahhh the luxury.

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Nice car JamesD, GT3 wheels compliment it very nicely. Are you over here?

http://forum.porsche...d.com/index.php

Yep I'm over here,

Dublin 7

I've had the wheels refurbished by guys called AutoSmart they'll fix small scratch's and dents, that and there mobile as in they come to you.

I was going to change the colour to matt black or gun metal but decided the original colour suits them best.

I'm too in Porsche Club Ireland only problem I find with them is they always hold there events on Saturdays when I work :)

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My conv top operates while driving. Note to oneself, when driving at speeds in excess of 50mph, do not operate the convertible top as it acts like a scoop for the on rushing air and renders the vehicle unstable ;-)

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Nice car JamesD, GT3 wheels compliment it very nicely. Are you over here?

http://forum.porsche...d.com/index.php

Yep I'm over here,

Dublin 7

I've had the wheels refurbished by guys called AutoSmart they'll fix small scratch's and dents, that and there mobile as in they come to you.

I was going to change the colour to matt black or gun metal but decided the original colour suits them best.

I'm too in Porsche Club Ireland only problem I find with them is they always hold there events on Saturdays when I work :)

I'm in the club too. Same prob, work a lot of weekends but have done a lot of track days etc. Car is in getting some mods at the moment so going crazy. I'm Dublin 3 way.

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