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vgangam

Finally took a chance and bought a 996!

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Good morning everyone!

 

Just wanted to throw a quick post out there. I finally dove in and bought a 2004 996 C4S Cabriolet. 

 

It only has 105 000km. Manual. Clutch, IMS and RMS was done in 2011. Alternator was just done a few weeks ago too. And has the Carrera Power Package.

 

I've only driven it a couple of days but I'm absolutely in LOVE!

 

I bought it as is, but spoke to the shop before buying it. The rear brakes aren't in spec and need to be replaced and one of the front strut mounts has a small crack in it. It's going in tonight to get all fixed up so I can really enjoy! :)

 

I've already done a bunch of reading. This forum is amazing BTW!

 

It's bone stock right now, but I'll probably do the PSE speed cut out as soon as I get the car back on Friday.

 

I'll post a picture when I get a chance!

 

 

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Good morning everyone!

 

Just wanted to throw a quick post out there. I finally dove in and bought a 2004 996 C4S Cabriolet. 

 

It only has 105 000km. Manual. Clutch, IMS and RMS was done in 2011. Alternator was just done a few weeks ago too. And has the Carrera Power Package.

 

I've only driven it a couple of days but I'm absolutely in LOVE!

 

I bought it as is, but spoke to the shop before buying it. The rear brakes aren't in spec and need to be replaced and one of the front strut mounts has a small crack in it. It's going in tonight to get all fixed up so I can really enjoy! :)

 

I've already done a bunch of reading. This forum is amazing BTW!

 

It's bone stock right now, but I'll probably do the PSE speed cut out as soon as I get the car back on Friday.

 

I'll post a picture when I get a chance!

Welcome to world of P Cars.

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Thanks! :)

 

I've only had the opportunity to drive the car to work and back but I can't help but smile after every drive :)

 

Looking forward to a long enjoyable relationship with my first p-car!

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