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|10th June 2008, 14:21||#31|
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The car posted here is a LHD with german plates.so maybe it was brought in for demo and now taken back.Dont think its been bought by someone in the country.
|12th June 2008, 11:15||#32|
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IMO, the car in the pic is probably a GT3, but it has got the wrong wheels, why would anyone want to spec their car with these wheels instead of the orignal 19" design on the GT3. The brakes are ceramic types, which can be ordered on any Porsche 991 911 model and standard on the GT3. And no one pointed out that its missing the front splitter.
Also, the 997 Aero kit is not the same as the GT3 kit, it does look similar, but it isnt, especially the rear bumper.
|12th June 2008, 11:41||#33|
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Welcome to 2008. I guess you meant 997.
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