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Hello all, My name is andrew, and I am new to this forum. I just purchased a 99 boxster with 51k miles yesterday. I have been searching diligently for the past few months for one that would meet my stringent service history requirements. I had a search within 500 miles of my home in Western NC. I found this one a scant 300 miles away.

I am excited to hopefully contribute some automotive knowledge to this community.

My history:

I have been involved in the automotive industry for all of my adult life. I have worked on many design projects as an indipendant contracter for both private sector and the big name auto companies. I spent many years working with aftermarket companies developing turbo kits for the import scene. I currently work on eliminating reliability issues through design and process analysis. I have been a very active on other forums in the past.

Previous notable cars:

1966 Ford f100 (built 460)

1994 Eclipse GSX (highly modified for drag racing) Running mid 11s in the mid-late 90's

1996 Eclipse GSX (ran low 10s on street tires and daily driven)

1995 Mustang GTS ( fully built made 1300whp)

1995 Nissan Skyline GTR ( called the double disco)

1997 240sx with rb26dett swap

1995 BMW 850ci (6speed)

1989 BMW M3 (set up for road race)

1997 318ti with a s52 m3 swap

2001 M3 Dinan modified

2007 toyota FJ cruiser TRD edition

2000 Ferrari 360 (tubi exhaust)

2003 Infiniti G35 supercharged

1991 Sentra SE-R (fully built GTIR swap making mid 400hp)

2001 civic with k24 swap supercharged

Thats all that I can remember, It is in no particular order.


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Hello Andrew, Let me be the first to welcome you to the forum. I had a Boxster and loved it. Enjoy the new ride. :)

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Welcome! I'm also new to the great Boxsters, always deramed to have a Porsche, just bought 2 months ago a 1998 Bosxter Sport Pack 85K kms! So fun to drive, so fun to work on it, and a very nice looking car! what's more to say! very nice, so welcome!


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