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    #46
    E92 M3

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      #47
      Originally posted by IMOA View Post
      Extendable to 15 years. Needs to be serviced but not with Porsche but if there hasn’t been a Porsche service in the last 12 months before renewal it just needs an inspection. If you’re friend got told no extension it’s likely the dme report.
      Gotcha. That’s good piece of mind. Was always impressed with how Porsche doesn’t shy away from their warranty with track use. I think in my mates case it’s some minor mods. Headers and maybe some suspension mods. If it was going to compromise your extended warranty, you just wouldn’t.

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        #48
        I'm sitting on an R34 GTR and the goal is to convert it into a Porsche GT3 or some sort that would be considered desirable to the market going forward (not depreciating). markets are crazy at the moment, R34 values slightly decoupled due to pending US import demand compared to the whole of the used car market being inflated at present.

        whether that presents itself as a 997 or 991 im not sure at this stage and i definitely don't yet know enough about the Porsche market to move on it.
        Last edited by burn is weird; 11-11-20, 11:36 AM.

        Oo___oO

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          #49
          I was thinking R34 because of the upcoming US approval and had a quick look at carsales. Fuck me, I knew they had gone up in value but I had no idea it was that extreme.

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            #50
            hahah
            JZX100 chasers are now $50k.

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            2017 Subaru Impreza Hatch - for the grind
            2015 Cervelo S2 - for the fitness
            2005 Honda Accord Euro - for the wife
            2010 BMW S1000RR - for the sanity

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              #51
              Buy a good 996 series 2 and ride the porka wave.
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                #52
                Originally posted by trent from punchy View Post
                hahah
                JZX100 chasers are now $50k.
                what the fuck I was about to suggest a white JZX100 manual but last I looked they where about 20k!
                I climbed Mt Druitt

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                  #53
                  I've seen a few NSXs on the wharf lately Shirley that ticks most of the boxes.
                  I climbed Mt Druitt

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                    #54
                    Originally posted by bigshipengine.jpg View Post
                    I've seen a few NSXs on the wharf lately Shirley that ticks most of the boxes.
                    Yeah saw a red NSX being driven on trade plate in the Lane Cove area. Very tasty up close. Didn't realise how small they are.

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                      #55
                      Good luck finding a drivable NSX under 100k
                      www.markpakula.com
                      2017 Subaru Impreza Hatch - for the grind
                      2015 Cervelo S2 - for the fitness
                      2005 Honda Accord Euro - for the wife
                      2010 BMW S1000RR - for the sanity

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                        #56
                        Have you seen some of the other suggestions?

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                        I climbed Mt Druitt

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                          #57
                          Originally posted by trent from punchy View Post
                          Good luck finding a drivable NSX under 100k
                          You make a good point :

                          https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/det...-6864595/?Cr=0

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                            #58
                            Mitsubishi 3000GT / GTO?

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                              #59
                              Originally posted by bigshipengine.jpg View Post
                              Have you seen some of the other suggestions?
                              I'd suggest a 997.2 would make a better daily than an NSX, though, at about-ish the same price.
                              Soft roaders represent an excellent compromise between the needs of the hardcore 4x4 user and the convenience of a city hatchback. Its clear to see why they have become so popular in todays society.

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                                #60
                                Originally posted by Spammy View Post
                                Buy a good 996 series 2 and ride the porka wave.
                                In a similar thread a few years back I posted a link to a nice 996 series 2 on carsales, the poster didn’t buy it but another pfer did. They sold it 3 years later and made a profit including all expenses - rego, insurance, maintenance, tyres and fuel. That would also include interest in the current climate.

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