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Midwestern 911s needed for Car and Driver magazine story

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Hi all,

My name is Jared Gall, and I'm an editor at Car and Driver magazine. I'm trying to track down a pair of 911s for a story we're doing, and I'm hoping some forum members might be willing to help out. I'm looking for two cars, a naturally aspirated 996 coupe and a naturally aspirated 997 coupe. Lower mileage is preferable, and the cars need to be photogenic. We’d need the cars at our office in Ann Arbor Michigan for two days, one next week for driving and one the week of August 12 for a photo shoot. If you yourself can’t do it, I’d appreciate any leads to people who might be able to.


Jared Gall

Senior Editor

Car and Driver

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heck - i've been dying to take a long road trip in my 07 S. a shame you cant do all the driving and photo shoot in same couple days.

here is a picture. i think she is very photogenic. 21k miles. arctic silver with terra-cotta and black deviating dash.


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