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Dave jones
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2020/02/02 21:59:21 (permalink)

New car

my spec pled5m80 anything missing 

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Re: New car 2020/02/03 02:04:28 (permalink)
Looks comprehensive to me 

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Re: New car 2020/02/03 21:44:26 (permalink)
Big Spec. Most choices are obviously personal but in terms of finding things useful I really value the lane change assist as it gives complete confidence if no light is illuminated on the mirror then there is nothing in you blind spot - invaluable in a cab where the rear quarters offer no visibility unless you are lucky enough to have x Ray vision. I wouldn’t bother with key less entry as half the time it won’t work or at least not quickly enough. I’ll be interested to see what the rear light option looks like as this wasn’t available when I specced. Oh, and if you’re precious about the paint work as sadly I am then I‘d recommend PPF on the entire car ~ ideally before you pick it up.
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Re: New car 2020/02/03 23:03:30 (permalink)
Full ppf has been added.the rear lights look fantastic I will post a picture when it comes 
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Re: New car 2020/02/04 08:14:30 (permalink)
How exciting for you Dave, when do you expect delivery?
It looks like a great spec to me, I really like the colour it suits the shape of the car, and with hindsight I wish that I had added the Sport Design side skirts. That aside, I am absolutely delighted with my 992, in my opinion it is a massive step forward from the previous 991, the whole purchase and ownership experience for me has been fabulous so far.
I hadn’t used my car properly for a few weeks until the weekend and it still put a massive smile on my face when I got in it and started it up. You are in for a real treat, I’m sure that you are going to love it.
Don't forget to share some photos of your 992 on here when you get it.
Martin
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Re: New car 2020/02/04 18:47:35 (permalink)
With leather, I would go for vented front seats. Quite an expensive option granted, but it's one that once you've had it, you'll wonder how you ever did without it. Makes longer journeys more comfortable and is useful in all seasons too.  
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Re: New car 2020/02/22 22:17:10 (permalink)
Hey Dave.  I had a look at your spec, has it locked yet?  Personally I would not spec the Power Steering Plus option unless you have tired both with and without and are happy with the lack of feel.  I had it on a 991.1 and a 991.2 and had it removed from both cars, (its an easy software fix).  
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