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  • 4 weeks later...
I was at the Porsche dealer in Newark, DE on Wednesday and they had one sitting in the show room.

It had a do not touch sign on it.


They also had a do not touch sign on the one in Herb Chambers Boston showroom. When I walked between it and the window they yelled across the room at me. That will probably be my last visit to this dealer even though it is 6 blocks from my work.

What a difference from Penske in Scottsdale, AZ. Penske group had a showroom of new Ferrari, Maseratti and Porsche. They preferred you not to touch the high end Ferraris, but they greeted everyone in quiet tones and loved to talk about the cars. Now they have the Penske museum(free) a block away from North Scottsdale Porsche.

The folks at Herb Chambers couldn't even tell me the HP, torque or suspension upgrades of the new BMW Z4 M on the lot. Some people just shouldn't be allowed to sell cars.

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