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thirteeneast PCGB Member
2019/07/07 13:23:19 (permalink)

Wow 996

Finally seems the 996 gets some love.
After fourteen years it appears that these cars are really starting to appreciate in price.
Oddly enough though not really the c4s
Anyway funny how all the so called experts had it wrong.
Car enthusiasts=✓

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    Richard_Hamilton PCGB Member
    Re: Wow 996 2019/07/07 15:11:53 (permalink)
    Not sure if you had anything particular in mind, but I saw this earlier in the week:

    IMHO it doesn't get much better than that.

    1989 3.2 Carrera Sport in Guards Red/Linen & Audi RSQ3
    2012 Cayman 2.9 PDK, 2006 Cayman S, 2000 996 Turbo, 1998 996 C2, 1994 993 C2
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    thirteeneast PCGB Member
    Re: Wow 996 2019/07/07 15:15:09 (permalink)
    Nicely done not ott.
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    StillWorking PCGB Member
    Re: Wow 996 2019/07/13 08:58:17 (permalink)
    Looks lovely. The wheels looked 2 tone - grey centres and silver rims? 
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    TheOriginal996 PCGB Member
    Re: Wow 996 2019/07/21 00:13:33 (permalink)
    lovely colour - not forest green is it... saw one when i was choosing mine in 2002 at Lancasters Colchesrer - and it had tan interior.. i though it was too much of a risk to buy such a combination... silly me
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