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Re: RE: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/06/16 22:17:05 (permalink)
Just joined the club and put a post in the new members sub section.

I added the details of my car to my profile just after joining up and paying the membership, does this mean that my car will be automatically put on the register or do I need to PM someone specific?

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Re: RE: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/06/17 09:35:54 (permalink)
Welcome James.
 
You should PM Kevan Sutherns [buddy] the Cayman Register Secretary for an answer to your question. Alternatively, email him on cayman@porscheclubgb.com .
 
Jeff
 
 

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Re: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/06/17 09:46:43 (permalink)
Thanks Jeff, will email him now!

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Re: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/06/26 14:16:16 (permalink)
Hi All,
Just joined the Club Last May 2019, with my first Porsche ever a Cayman S 987; therefore never been on a meeting, but it is my intent to be an active participant...
 
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Re: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/07/12 08:42:32 (permalink)
Hi,
 
The mystery email above is dead! The whole register thing isn’t particularly clear at all, any pointers?
 
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Re: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/07/12 08:58:00 (permalink)
Hi Andrew,
 
Kevan's Club email address definitely is that given above. You could try PM-ing him on buddy or phoning him on his contact number given in Porsche Post 07733 318671.
 
Jeff

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Re: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/07/13 10:54:09 (permalink)
Kevan’s address is kaput :)
 
cayman@porschclubgb.com (cayman@porschclubgb.com)
Your message couldn't be delivered. The Domain Name System (DNS) reported that the recipient's domain does not exist.
 
The register page on the main club site is a bit barren too. I will try a PM!
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Re: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/07/13 11:12:57 (permalink)
Andrew718
Kevan’s address is kaput :)

 
I received an email from Kevan ( cayman@porscheclubgb.com ) a few days ago to which I was able to send a reply with no problems.
 
 I’m not 100% sure whether Kevan needs to add you to the Cayman Register himself but I do know that if you edit your Forum Preferences you can select Cayman as your chosen register.
 

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Re: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/07/13 11:17:07 (permalink)
Andrew718
Kevan’s address is kaput :)
 
cayman@porschclubgb.com (cayman@porschclubgb.com)
Your message couldn't be delivered. The Domain Name System (DNS) reported that the recipient's domain does not exist.
 
The register page on the main club site is a bit barren too. I will try a PM!




I just spotted an error in the email address you’ve quoted, there is an “e” missing from ”porscheclub”.
post edited by AndrewT - 2019/07/13 11:18:11

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Re: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/07/13 12:50:42 (permalink)
Andrew - well spotted! I think me spelling it correctly might make quite a difference.... !!!
 
 
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Re: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/11/13 10:06:43 (permalink)
Hi,
 
New member locating in R27, Northern Ireland, Warrenpoint.
 
Plan to attend meetings every few months time permitting.
 
I'm 49 but have noticed on the various Cayman FB groups, etc. that Cayman prices are now bringing Porsche ownership within reach or younger car enthusiasts (say under 30yo) who traditionally didn't consider Porsche as being accessible.  That must be changing the Porsche demographics - is it also being noticed within this Porsche Club?
post edited by Andyoz - 2019/11/13 10:40:19

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Re: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/11/13 13:54:38 (permalink)
Welcome Andy,
 
As you say, Caymans have become more affordable and that makes them more attractive to younger buyers. One problem is that compared with say a hot hatch, on-going maintenance and repairs can be rather expensive and you have to question whether some buyers take this into account when making the purchase and subsequently skimp on tyres, maintenance and repairs. Thankfully Porsche Independents can help to keep costs down but parts are always going to be an expense.
 
Enjoy your Cayman and the benefits of Club Membership.
 
Jeff

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Re: Cayman Register Members on this Forum? 2019/11/13 13:59:10 (permalink)
Hi Jeff,
Yes, personally I waited until I was in a place where I could take the hit on any big maintenance costs and still enjoy the car.  They are certainly worth it!
I had planned to get a 987 gen 2 but it's hard to view alot of examples from here in N. Ireland so when my mint Gen 1 appeared I couldn't resist.  It's an 06 and engine number falls within the range of ones with stronger IMS bearing.
Andy 
 
 

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