I have some important information for you - highly confidential and sensitive!<br><br>Where, exactly, did you say you live? Feel free to PM your full address. heh heh<br><br>[color:red]Alec</font color=red>
Other than they're made by one of the finest auto manufacturers in the world, and the dealer support is reputed to be exceptional, and they're reported as one of the "most bang for the buck" autos, and that they're loaded with some of Porsche's latest technological refinements, and that the drivability is spread across a broad range of uses, and I would buy one in a heartbeat; no, I can't say much about them. <br><br>Other than "if you are able, don't wait!"<br><br>[color:red]Alec</font color=red>
Correct on all points. I plan to do it soon. Just trying to research some of the finer points though prior to purchasing. Since I am l looking at used, I am trying to decide between a 1999 or a 2000 model. Always wanted a Porsche since I was a kid, looks like the dream is going to finally gel.<br><br>
Loc: Bay Area, California, USA
Never had some with Porsches on 'em though. All mine have other themes such as beer steins or cartoon characters. I used to have some jammies when i was kid that had hockey players on 'em but no cars.<br>Oh wait. Forget it.<br><br>
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