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Re: Fantasy Macan GTS (Daydreaming!) 2020/03/27 12:23:28 (permalink)
I've actually seen this cabin in the flesh on a Carrara White GTS and it looked ace, but not sure about it on a dark blue vehicle - and its an extra £2k+!!!! 
 
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Clive
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Re: Fantasy Macan GTS (Daydreaming!) 2020/03/27 12:28:26 (permalink)
I have (had) been looking at 992 Cabriolets and really wanted a light interior. This one looks pretty good to me although I am really careful in keeping interiors clean
 
 

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Re: Fantasy Macan GTS (Daydreaming!) 2020/03/30 20:58:08 (permalink)
Hello Clive, 
Ahh- I missed the fact PASM was standard on GTS. It's a surprise they don't list it at 0.00 just like PDK rather than merely include it in the small print!
Perhaps they get more folks to spec it with air by listing it as the only option?
Suggesting a daydreaming fantasy configuration is quite a good idea as you don't know what you might learn!
Perhaps Mojave beige two tone would look quite classy with the Night Blue metallic as an alternative to Agate Grey?
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Re: Fantasy Macan GTS (Daydreaming!) 2020/03/31 09:09:19 (permalink)
ralphmusic
Show us the interior Clive..
 
I came up with this..
 
http://www.porsche-code.com/PLB3T9X5
 
Carmine Red, lots of contrasting silvery external bits (pity about the black grill) and light interior. Lots of other stuff to add still..
 
Next up is how much can we spend on a Panamera Sport Turismo?




 
 
Another vote for Ralph's Carmine Red, Clive sorry but your wrong both inside and out this is really nice, while the traditional Guards may be for sports cars Carmine looks right on pretty much anything. Good choice Ralph 😊

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