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Cayman or Cayman S

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Hello,

I am recently divorced and have always wanted a Porsche. The Cayman is great looking sportscar, but I am perplexed about wheather to purchase a Cayman or Cayman S model. Are there any known issures? What options should i get or avoid? Should I purchase a gen 1 or gen 2? I would not mind tracking the car occassionally, but it will be used as a "weekend" car but will be a daily driver at first. Any advice would be apprieated.

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