vitesseNo worries about the unhappy bank account then?-couldn't get a more public outing of 911T purchase after the Porsche Post article and association with ladie's shoes!
FudgieWould of popped along today but have my daughter for the weekend plus had to come into work this morning :(Will have to check out the R31 club details, when is club night? R16 is on Wednesday nights which isn't good for me and most of their events seem to clash with other stuff I have going on, so only been to a couple of events in nearly 2 yrs.With ref to the 911T review in this months Porsche Post, I found this vid far more entertaining https://www.topgear.com/car-news/supercars/video-porsche-911-carrera-t-vs-gt3-touring also love the GT3 Touring, both cars right up my street, manuals with no overblown spoilers etc.
Simon991 Am intrigued by this Porsche Post issue. I only rejoined PCGB on Friday, so hope that I can get my hands on a copy of the edition featuring the new Carrera T...
rob.kellockDelighted to say that I collected my 991 Carrera T yesterday morning from the very nice people at Porsche Centre Bolton. To say that I am pleased with it would be a dramatic understatement. It is everything I hoped it would be and more. The little details on the car help make it special - the dark metallic grey mirrors match the wheels, the rear grill and even the P O R S C H E badge on the back. I've not driven it very far yet but first impressions are very positive indeed, it is really lovely to drive. The manual gearbox is much better than I was expecting or than reviews would suggest, it's a positive and short shift. Ride comfort is superb and the technology all seems to work well. Very, very happy! Thanks to Phil Graham for welcoming me to the Register.
rob.kellockThanks gents. Will certainly post on the owners thread. Simon, I think you will pleased when you get your keys!
rob.kellockIt is an utterly brilliant and engaging road car, I rather suspect you will love it!
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