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Very nice! Enjoy. The 991 GTS is one hell of a bundled package. I love my 2014 C2S PowerKit Cabriolet. I'll turn 20,000 today going to Road America for the IMS and Tudor races.

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Very nice! Enjoy. The 991 GTS is one hell of a bundled package. I love my 2014 C2S PowerKit Cabriolet. I'll turn 20,000 today going to Road America for the IMS and Tudor races.

20,000! Nice!

This car was loaded up. Full leather. 18-Way seats. The works. I was all set to buy a 2013 C2S, but then saw this one.

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Very nice! Enjoy. The 991 GTS is one hell of a bundled package. I love my 2014 C2S PowerKit Cabriolet. I'll turn 20,000 today going to Road America for the IMS and Tudor races.

20,000! Nice!

This car was loaded up. Full leather. 18-Way seats. The works. I was all set to buy a 2013 C2S, but then saw this one.

 

I custom ordered my car in September 2013. Took delivery in early March 2014. Car is stored mid-October till mid-March in my heated garage. I only get out on sunny weekends, but I do get my miles in! Did 1,500 miles this past June during my trip to Porsche Parade.

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That's great. I had a 911 from 2004-2008 and sold it for a new 2008 BMW M3. What a mistake. I was more curious as to what all the fuss was about back then. I quickly sold it, bought an SUV and just waited. I finally got around to looking for another sports car this year. I test drove everything. I had a deposit down on a Ferrari F430 Spider, but it failed the PPI miserably. That scared me off F cars for the time being. I drove the new Jag F Type - both the R AWD and S - and one of them would probably be sitting in my driveway if the ride hadn't rattled my teeth loose. I liked the Audi R8, but I just can't get over the fact that it will have a complete internal makeover next year. Can you spell major depreciation?

I was then torn between the C4S and C2S. I liked the drive feel of the C2S much better, but the fat *** of the C4S visually. Then I saw the GTS. RWD, with the fat ***. More than I wanted to spend, but it was perfect. I would have likely ordered one in the new carmine red, but silver doesn't suck. It's loaded up, with full leather (I'm not a fan of Alcantera), 18-way seats, etc.

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I drove a customer ordered Boxster S from 2006 till 2013. Had about 60,000 miles on it when I sold it to my neighbor down the street. In 2009 I bought a 1997 993 Turbo with 32,000 miles. Drove it for 4 years and 40,000 miles and sold it in 2013 for 50% more than I paid for it!!! It now lives in Poland with it's very happy new owner.

 

Took the proceeds of both sales, and bought the 430 HP 991S. Very happy. And very happy to have owned the 987 and 993 in the past.

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