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geedee said:
That is some choice for your first Porsche, congrats, Your Turbo is a beaut.. ENJOY... (-: Excellent pics too, Thanks for posting.

Many thanks @[link=https://www.porscheclubgb.com/forum/Profile/84205/]geedee[/link]

 
What a stunning car!

I love the colour combination with the interior.

Congratulations and happy motoring.

Tim

 
I'm back into 911 ownership with a 2018 991.2 Carrera 4 GTS. This is actually my 3rd 991 having previously owned a 991.1 GT3, and a 991.1 GTS prior to that.

Car has a high spec, including PCCB, Techart decklid, rear wheel steering, and carbon bits and pieces amongst other things. The colour is Graphite blue metallic.

 
Hi Nigel,

The car looks stunning and it sounds like an amazing spec. The colour looks absolutely lovely.

I have a 991.2 C4 GTS (manual) and love it.

Congratulations on the new car and enjoy. đź‘Ť

Tim

 
This is my latest 991.2. Endurance Racing Edition. I have been hankering after one for a while but with only 17 currently in the UK, (my OPC gave me that figure, 235 were made worldwide most went to the US), choice has been limited. I managed to find a well looked after example and i love it for what it is, how it drives and what it was built to celebrate. I think the bold styling is just like marmite and i love that to. It will be off to be ppf'd before it gets any more road use.

I have had several Porsches over the years which included two 924's, two early 911's an sc coupe and a cabriolet. More recently a white Boxster25, a 991.2 carrera S night blue metallic, a white metallic 992 turbo S, a grey metallic 992 Gt3, a PTS 992 Gt3, a 992 crayon targa GTS and now the performance racing edition. Im in R11 and looking forward attending events next year.

Alan

 
Here’s a pair of 991.2 Carrera Ts! The GT Silver one has my four 20” Carrera S wheels inside it, and it has the carbon bucket seats!!

Mine is the modified Racing Yellow T. [:)]

 
That looks like a lovely car Alan, didn't even know of the Endurance Racing Edition until your post. Found the spec info here, looks pretty smart: [link=https://press.porsche.co.uk/prod/presse_pag/PressResources.nsf/Content?ReadForm&languageversionid=633611]https://press.porsche.co.uk/prod/presse_pag/PressResources.nsf/Content?ReadForm&languageversionid=633611[/link]

Also, what an impressive list of previous Porsche's you have there!

 
Nigel99 said:
I'm back into 911 ownership with a 2018 991.2 Carrera 4 GTS. This is actually my 3rd 991 having previously owned a 991.1 GT3, and a 991.1 GTS prior to that.

Car has a high spec, including PCCB, Techart decklid, rear wheel steering, and carbon bits and pieces amongst other things. The colour is Graphite blue metallic.

That looks beautiful Nigel, some subtle mods too make it look even more unique. I love Graphite Blue, looks quite grey in your pictures but as the name suggests I believe it looks more blue under brighter light?

 
Hi Alan,

Congratulations on the Nick Tandy British Legends Edition. It is a fantastic looking car and I love the links to Le Mans.

Great to have you in the WhatsApp group with the other British Legend owners.

Enjoy the new car and see you at a meet soon.

Tim

 
Eagle1972 said:
Hi Alan,

Congratulations on the Nick Tandy British Legends Edition. It is a fantastic looking car and I love the links to Le Mans.

Great to have you in the WhatsApp group with the other British Legend owners.

Enjoy the new car and see you at a meet soon.

Tim

[/Hi Tim thanks, i have my ticket for the 30th]
 
Collected my Endurance Racing Edition back from Creative FX in Bromley. Now fully ppf'd and ceramic coated, amazing work, 5 star service. I can definitely recommend them for anyone wanting to protect their paintwork.
 

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