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BJ InnesMy advice would be to try a 718 CS with a sporty spec and PDK. It's a better car than the 981. Bye, I'm now rushing for the Anderson air raid shelter....... Incoming! Brian PS. You should not have sold your 987 Black edition. An excellent base car for modifying to enjoy on track days.
JohnCRI loved my CR (PDK) and piled on the miles. When I came to change last September I looked at options and settled for the 981 GTS (manual). it feels every bit as special as the R, with a fabulous soundtrack and something of a last stand for both engine and gearbox. A bit like me really. I look forward to every journey, whether it be to the shops or the Alps.
cartledgeMoving my 2011 Manual 987 S Black Edition on a year ago was in hindsight a real mistake. I miss that lively little car. I’ve owned 993’s and most recently a 997 GTS but the little Cayman ticked more boxes for me. I’m in a position to mend my error and am looking for another Cayman. I’m keen to learn from current owners that have made the move from a 987S to more recent models. How do you feel about newer 981’s or even 718’s having owned both. Glad yopu made the switch? What are the real world benefits to you of tghe newer models? Thanks for any advice/opinion.
JMR I thought I'd do the "Porsche thing" last year and get the open top sports car out of my system.It's not worked, I'm already thinking about what to replace it with, and how many more Porsches I'll have
Steve BrookesJMR I thought I'd do the "Porsche thing" last year and get the open top sports car out of my system.It's not worked, I'm already thinking about what to replace it with, and how many more Porsches I'll have This is quite normal behaviour after you've had your first one.
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