MotorheadI'm surprised you should say that Rob. As a PH subscriber, I'd have thought you'd have noticed that there are a couple of posts indicating possible deliveries in October and December. https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&f=231&t=1816318&i=1040 Jeff
flat6Wow 7 years since Rob started this plucky following for a car that was shunned by many who wanted to have one based but on the looks but couldn't get their head around the roof being rudimentary and serving only to keep the rain (not wind) out. But the forum (we called it a forum not a thread after it lived beyond a year and was even the target for being shut down for being so long) promoted the joy of driving and owning the 987 Spyder and here we are with Porsche's 3rd generation and this forum still running alongside it. If I was to return to Porsche I would like a Spyder. Ideally I would have liked to have kept the 987 Spyder when I went onto the 997 Turbo but i'm not that blessed. I wonder where my 987 Spyder is now. RE60 HDK. Anyone on here got it? I remember doing the deal to get it and convincing the dealer to swap some Spyder wheels on it from a Cayman R as the Spyder had Turbo II wheels on it which was a deal breaker for me on a Spyder.
flat6I remember back then when so many 987 Spyders were available. Look how rare the blue ones are.Cliff - well done Tracy :-)
Motorhead1250kg is a lightweight is it D? Cars from different eras - and comparing apples with pears perhaps - but just bear in mind that a Caterham weighs-in at about 530kg.! Jeff
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