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Offline dodger

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I believe 911's are dirt cheap to maintain compared to an Aston.



Offline leburpor

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stretch a bit more, you might get a 997 Turbo ;) Think about all the maintenance costs you'll save, and getting a car that handles far better than an AM and significantly quicker!



Offline Brenton

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stretch a bit more, you might get a 997 Turbo ;) Think about all the maintenance costs you'll save, and getting a car that handles far better than an AM and significantly quicker!

The stretch is the AM :eek:

996 Turbo / GT3 is also being researched



Offline leburpor

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The stretch is the AM :eek:

996 Turbo / GT3 is also being researched

996 Turbo hands down.. if you are considering an AM, I wouldn't think a GT3 was gonna be in play?



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Offline Brenton

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Why not an M3 or C63??
M3 well a couple of our mates drive them, need somthing different
C63 I haven't driven one but I from what I have been told they don't handle as well as the M3, also there is time for that when I grow up.

Both great cars but way to practical



Offline 986986


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For what its worth I looked at a few as well as 997 S's

The Vantage was absolutely gorgeous in every way..... lovely to drive, great sound, achingly beautiful to look at and very practical........ so I went and bought a 997 S




Offline leburpor

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yeah, a 997S is good fun too!

Brenton, M3, C63, 996T or 997S....  go test drive a C63! for those that say it doesnt handle so, what were they referring or comparing to? if you were to compare to the M3, it's gonna come down to the driver cuz although the M3 might handle better it's not THAT much better than a C63. Plus.. the C63 sounds fully sick mate! heheh..



Offline dodger

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For what its worth I looked at a few as well as 997 S's

The Vantage was absolutely gorgeous in every way..... lovely to drive, great sound, achingly beautiful to look at and very practical........ so I went and bought a 997 S

Daily driver ?
Manual or tip ?
Any regrets ?



Offline futurism


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ive driven none of them
but a 996 gt3 is what appeals to me
as long as its not yellow like most of those for sale seem to be
and I would prefer one with the roll cage and track style seats, becausue I am a wannabe boy racer
The engine in them appeals to me a lot more than the turbo

And, not being a dick, but isnt an Aston perceived as an old man car like you are mentioning a c63 is?



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