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Re: Are Spyders Becoming Extinct At OPCs! 2023/11/20 21:55:12 (permalink)
that link dont work and take me to a 718 SPyder.

Porsche Centre Portsmouth
Porsche 718 Spyder (MY23) (982)Porsche Approved Pre-Owned
Exterior colour GT Silver Metallic
PDK (Automatic)
Previous Owners 1

£99k is my limit and I want every thing for that.
might buy a GTS now

Radio ? NONE.
Cup Holder? NONE
Air Condidioning? DITTO
A pure roadster. Reduced to the essentials
Still the fastest...
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