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Offline 9911


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Back on topic, I think you'll tire of the slush box quickly.

As said earlier, would pay $70k for a nice manual and knock back a $50k tippa.

Do yourself a favour and get a Porsche approved check done before buying. It's usually a pretty thorough check and you'll be able to knock the owner down on price a bit if there are any repairs due.

Also be cautious of clutches in 997. They're about $4k to replace



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