M40WSTMines an 11 plate 987.2 2.9 with 64k on the clock. I did 6.5k Miles last year. When I bought mine I went based on wanting a 987.2 only went for the 2.9 as on the road performance I couldn't tell much between that and the 3.4. As for miles they all ranged from 39k to 54k, I looked for how often it and been serviced and miles between services. Some cars had been used a lot earlier in life and not a lot in recent years the first year I did about 4k miles but the car was driven almost every other week for a week to and from work (16miles a day) so gets driven frequently. So for me it was more important that a car had been used rather than sitting stagnant in a garage, these cars are there to be driven.
...maybe best to ignore it all and simply use it...
cobnutWhen we trade I'm hoping for a 987.2, 10 years old max (although you can't get much older), with no more than 40k on the clock, used regularly every weekend but not commuted. So, pretty easy then.
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