Thread: Do you flash?
View Single Post
911ctS 911ctS is offline
Registered User
 
911ctS's Avatar
 
Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: morro bay, california
Posts: 895
Send a message via Yahoo to 911ctS
Quote:
Originally posted by ZAMIRZ
That's a very poor stereotype. It was the same case with your car when it was new too, the 996s haven't fallen into enthusiast's hands yet, they are just the hot new porsche on the block. Wait a few years and you'll see them flashing as well.
Yes your right, that was pretty bad one. Just got all worked up over the last few experiences i've had. To make it right...yes i have had long conversations with owners of newer 996's and boxters at supermarkets, stop lights, etc...but in almost every case, these particular people had an older 911 tucked away at home. I agree in a few years these people will get bitten by the CPS (Chronic Porsche Syndrome) bug and be flashing in no time.
__________________
_____________________________
Clint Smith
www.RebelRacingProducts.com
1970 911T ----> RGruppe RS/R (mexico blue)
1995 993 becoming an RS (gran prix white)
Old 01-06-2004, 11:18 AM
  Pelican Parts Catalog | Tech Articles | Promos & Specials    Reply With Quote #34 (permalink)