daro911 Someone bagged a cheap if somewhat oddball Spyder Hammered at £29000 sold (£33350 incl commission)
Sandy59Looking forward to seeing your Oslo Blue Spyder, I think it's a great colour, I'd never seen it in the flesh either so was a bit nervous esp when past the point of no return.The colour does appear to vary quite a bit in different lights etc, but over all I think it looks pretty cool, silver wheels will also be nice. In reply to GoldJono incidentally on previous page, not quite up to speed on the posting on here !!
iansrVery nice blue ! Can’t decide about the contrasting black though.
daro91105/11/2010 where the Spyder story all began in Los Angeles
flat6daro91105/11/2010 where the Spyder story all began in Los Angeles I remember when it was launched. The motoring press didn't get it. Many a Boxster owner didn't get it. All I could see was a car that would tempt me to buy my first open top car and for all the right reasons. Haven't had an open top car since having a Spyder. To me it made perfect sense. Something a bit different, a bit visceral. Glad to see the following is still going strong
Steve BrownI don’t want to be picky, but wasn’t the Los Angeles debut in 2009? My car was registered May 2010 and I recall that the first ones in the UK were around March 2010?
flat6Well spotted. I wasn't looking at the date in the post, just remembering the launch of the car. Mine was a 2010.
kitchensflat6Well spotted. I wasn't looking at the date in the post, just remembering the launch of the car. Mine was a 2010.He has been drinking again.. nice to see you Cecil young Maurice still ripping up the gravel
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