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im no longer the owner of a porsche

the porsche gods no longer have me to deal with. as of tonight my 924S is in someone elses hands. problem did turn out to be the DME relay just as i had thought. i might return to the pcar world someday, but not anytime soon. im too poor at the curent time and have too many other projects, one of which is a near mint 85 IROC-Z that my dad used to autocross. if i do get another porsche itll be a 944 or 951 tho!

ps i think ill still hang around the boards though.

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Old 02-27-2005, 08:19 PM
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You are showing signs of common sense, we are worried about you. That IROC-Z can't need Porsche upkeep dollars, what are you gonna spend your newfound money on?

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its going towards credit cards... most of it anyways. its better that i finially got it off my hands. as i was going over it before i sold it i noticed more and more things wrong with it. to tell you the truth i wouldnt have bought it for as much as i sold it for ($800) but i also dont have any money to put into it. wheter it went to a good home or not, i dont think it did. it was a younger kid who didnt drive it, didnt look under the hood and thought it went from 0-60 in 15 seconds.... so yeah i think its a lost cause now.
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That's what is great about young kids - all emotion and desire - easy to take advantage of. I'll bet you even offered him candy to seal the deal!!! LOL!!!

But seriously, I hope the kid has good luck with your P-car.
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Dont know whether to say I'm sorry or congratulate ya.
You will be amazed with the extra $$ you'll have in your pocket with the Camaro. Everythings about 1/4 the price of a P-car.
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I have a 924 you can buy for real cheap. . .

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So you have been taken by the DARK SIDE and have lost the soul of the P-car for a IROC ( Itialian retard out crusing) I can see the p-car power fade in you, FOR SHAME another 924S lost, OMG and its a 1988, I WANT THOSE PISTONS. I most go I feel weak
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So you have been taken by the DARK SIDE and have lost the soul of the P-car for a IROC ( Itialian retard out crusing) I can see the p-car power fade in you, FOR SHAME another 924S lost, OMG and its a 1988, I WANT THOSE PISTONS. I most go I feel weak
Hey now, some of us Italians wouldnt be caught dead in an IROC.
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well the IROC is just my fun car... my daily beater is a 944 knock-off a 2nd gen rx7 :-)

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