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Picked up a new addition to the garage today (Non-Riv)


Rob J
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I'm excited as this is the first 911 I have owned. Have wanted one for a while, and have been searching for the right one.

Here's what I got.

2007 911 Carrera 6sp manual

Meteor Gray w/ Full leather black interior

39k miles

The car is in pristine condition.

http://luckydriversportcars.com/used-cars/340311-2007-Porsche-911Carrera#.U8SKaVbw7Ro

I am excited to start putting some miles on it.

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Rob, Congrads on the Porsche. I have had several raced several and still have 2 a 73 RS 3.4 hot rod and a 1990/93 one of 2

RUF BTR C-4 a 205 MPH street car. I just sold off 3 Rolls Bentley cars as they break constantly. The 2 Porsches I have a total of 26 yrs and nothing has ever broke or let me sit. I have only done oil changes and valve adj .

Your going to be very impressed. Plus you should get very good MPG too! Again Congrads!

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I'm excited as this is the first 911 I have owned. Have wanted one for a while, and have been searching for the right one.

Here's what I got.

2007 911 Carrera 6sp manual

Meteor Gray w/ Full leather black interior

39k miles

The car is in pristine condition.

I am excited to start putting some miles on it.

In order to put a nailhead in this, it would have to be reconfigured to mid-engine, correct? :confused:

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I'm excited as this is the first 911 I have owned. Have wanted one for a while, and have been searching for the right one.

Here's what I got.

2007 911 Carrera 6sp manual

Meteor Gray w/ Full leather black interior

39k miles

The car is in pristine condition.

http://luckydriversportcars.com/used-cars/340311-2007-Porsche-911Carrera#.U8SKaVbw7Ro

I am excited to start putting some miles on it.

I had a 2007 911 and enjoyed 60,000 miles of trouble-free driving. Then the water pump broke and it overheated. It's a known issue, as is the problem with the intermediate shaft bearing. Both should be replaced before they fail catastrophically. A nailhead is much more reliable.

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