...I do not know either! :-)

  • I just find myself seeing and questioning things where I probably would have slipped verbally to anyone else in the past.

    Our 996 Cabrio, for example, I could not drive enough. It wasn't worth anything anymore anyway and it didn't matter what was on the speedometer in the end. Satt over 200'KM have become it from which I regret no KM. With the Aston Martin Rapide or the BMW i8 were unwound virtually every year various tours. (Depending on the luggage and admittedly, I have always spared the 911 more).

    Now I must professionally the next week to Hessen and consider and consider.

    - Do you take the 997 "S" Cabrio with the revised engine, so that it gets some real distance, which is also just standing around?

    - Will the customers see it? No! Good. Unfortunately, I have to pay attention to that, regardless of the car.

    - Where do I park? I don't want any dents and/or scratches. So parking spaces checked and reserved!

    - Then come but also about 1,400KM on the speedometer and the current 80,000KM are clearly exceeded.

    - And actually he stands just, freshly waxed and with pajamas, in the garage at home very well.

    Do you also have such a unicorn, which you treat unnecessarily like a raw egg? No idea why I tick so completely different with the....

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    Grüße aus dem Geestland

    1976 Chrommodell 911S 2,7
    1985 3,2'er mit G50
    1990 964 C4
    1992 964 C2
    2001 996 C4

    2002 996 Cab. seit April 2020 mit über 206.000 KM bei ERSTEM Motor
    2007 997S Coupe Top Tipse

    2007 997S Cabrio revidiert von Cartronic

    2008 997S Coupe
    2009 Cayenne S

  • Maintaining your car and being happy just looking at it is one thing. But driving it is "THE" kick, in my opinion. So, take the Porsche and enjoy every KM! Because those are the emotions you remember.

    Greetings "The Don" Andy

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    Gruß "Der_Don"...und er brauste davon :drive:

  • Hi Mario,

    Driving! They are driving-vehicles :)

    Greetings Dirk

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    Wer fliegen will, muss nicht nur Flügel haben, sondern muss sie auch gebrauchen.

  • I only have unicorns here, some must always believe in it. Just drive, they also break down when standing, and: For whom do you want to preserve the car? For the next generation? Taking it to the pyramid won't do you much good either, true to the motto: Have it all now. :kwink:

    :grin_weg:

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  • I only have unicorns here, some must always believe in it. Just drive, they also break down when standing, and: For whom do you want to preserve the car? For the next generation? Taking it to the pyramid won't do you much good either, true to the motto: Have it all now. :kwink:

    :grin_weg:

    ....exactly that's what I mean.

    There are so many fun people standing around here, but there mustn't be a fly on this one! I become probably strange.... k:empathy :lol:

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    Grüße aus dem Geestland

    1976 Chrommodell 911S 2,7
    1985 3,2'er mit G50
    1990 964 C4
    1992 964 C2
    2001 996 C4

    2002 996 Cab. seit April 2020 mit über 206.000 KM bei ERSTEM Motor
    2007 997S Coupe Top Tipse

    2007 997S Cabrio revidiert von Cartronic

    2008 997S Coupe
    2009 Cayenne S

  • I also find animals in the wild much more beautiful than in the zoo. So off to the road ;)

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  • I only have unicorns here, some must always believe in it. Just drive, they also break down when standing, and: For whom do you want to preserve the car? For the next generation? Taking it to the pyramid won't do you much good either, true to the motto: Have it all now. :kwink:

    :grin_weg:

    ....exactly that's what I mean.

    There are so many fun people standing around here, but there mustn't be a fly on this one! I must be getting weird.... k:empathy :lol:

    True, I also wait and maintain more than I drive.

    Philosophically, it's like this: you've done the build-up and fulfilled all your childhood dreams. You instinctively know that if you start selling now, it will never be the same again, because the immortality craze of youth is long gone. One also suspects that one has far too much and can no longer cope with all the material. I think in the Sermon on the Mount (?) it says: "Blessed are the dispossessed, for theirs is the land." In other words, possessions weigh you down.

    :pfeil: So you're not getting weird, you're just getting older. k:empathy

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  • I have just asked myself the same question. We are going to a wedding at the Baltic Sea (Eifel to Heiligenhafen) for the weekend in early July.

    I'm not taking the Porsche. About 1,400 highway kilometers in the vacation season bring the car at most more stone chips on the front and are not really fun. I prefer to drive the 997 on the country roads in our area and take the Audi for the highway.

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