The GT3 and RS avoidance thread!

The GT3 and RS avoidance thread!

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M4TT C

98 posts

116 months

Monday 3rd February 2014
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heelntoe said:
One more for the list... seems recent too as was serviced last spring as per the service book.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AVI6HFohq0
That one was on Copart for sale around October last year, was at 7K for ages and I bid on it to get the engine only, eventually sold for around 18K

g7jhp

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5,885 posts

176 months

Monday 3rd February 2014
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heelntoe said:
One more for the list... seems recent too as was serviced last spring as per the service book.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AVI6HFohq0
Shame nice looking 997.1 GT3 Comfort with Ceramics in Meteor Grey.

WPOZZZ99Z7S794180 (2.58 on YouTube)
Porsche Centre Cardiff serviced. Could check job 40986 (2.55)

TOENHEEL

4,501 posts

165 months

Monday 3rd February 2014
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Anyone with info on orange 997.1 RS please get in touch via pm if you would prefer to keep it off the forum, I am basically compiling my own list of orange 997.1 RS to avoid looking at so will be very helpful.

grale23

141 posts

110 months

Tuesday 4th February 2014
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V8KSN said:
FOUND IT!



Well found sir !!
Should be on insurance register then....judging by Police presence .

agtlaw

4,982 posts

144 months

Tuesday 4th February 2014
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grale23 said:
Well found sir !!
Should be on insurance register then....judging by Police presence .
Insurance categories are applied to vehicles "written off" by the insurer. You could own a GT3 RS worth £90k, crash it, make an insurance claim for £40k and it would not be a category anything (because it wasn't written off). A stolen car is temporarily a category Z car - but otherwise I can't see the significance of your comment regarding the police.
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rash_decision

1,330 posts

115 months

Sunday 9th February 2014
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Avoidance??

How many guys here married a virgin? I'm sure a few wives or girlfriends have been banged a few times before we got our hands on them.....................

TOENHEEL

4,501 posts

165 months

Sunday 9th February 2014
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Haha fair enough if we're talking front wings etc but quarter panels and re shelled cars are another matter entirely.

mollytherocker

14,339 posts

147 months

Sunday 9th February 2014
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rash_decision said:
Avoidance??

How many guys here married a virgin? I'm sure a few wives or girlfriends have been banged a few times before we got our hands on them.....................
Maybe, but theres a difference between that and someone who has worked as a pro for 5 years!

rash_decision

1,330 posts

115 months

Sunday 9th February 2014
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mollytherocker said:
Maybe, but theres a difference between that and someone who has worked as a pro for 5 years!
Really!? The only difference with some is that money changes hands, doesn't make it a bad thing! Pmsl.
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TOENHEEL

4,501 posts

165 months

Tuesday 11th February 2014
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Come on lads surely people have more info than this!!??

GreatPretender

25,970 posts

152 months

Monday 17th February 2014
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Yellow 996.2 GT3 CS. Previously on the registration, P11 GTE.

Has been in a big shunt.

g7jhp

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5,885 posts

176 months

Tuesday 18th February 2014
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996.2 GT3 (2004) White - Reg No: CN04LPE / VIN: WP0ZZZ99Z4S691433



Thread on PH.

Edited by g7jhp on Tuesday 18th February 09:00

Mitch911

160 posts

107 months

Tuesday 18th February 2014
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GreatPretender said:
Yellow 996.2 GT3 CS. Previously on the registration, P11 GTE.

Has been in a big shunt.
Do you know the chassis number?

jackwood

2,287 posts

146 months

Tuesday 18th February 2014
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g7jhp said:
996.2 GT3 (2004) White - Reg No: CN04LPE / VIN: WP0ZZZ99Z4S691433



Thread on PH.

Edited by g7jhp on Tuesday 18th February 09:00
Why is this car to be avoided? Do you know that it has been in an accident? Or just because it has had a colour change?

g7jhp

Original Poster:

5,885 posts

176 months

Tuesday 18th February 2014
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jackwood said:
g7jhp said:
996.2 GT3 (2004) White - Reg No: CN04LPE / VIN: WP0ZZZ99Z4S691433



Thread on PH.

Edited by g7jhp on Tuesday 18th February 09:00
Why is this car to be avoided? Do you know that it has been in an accident? Or just because it has had a colour change?
This thread is highlighting cars which cars may not be Cat C/D but may require a closer look. I suggest you refer to the 5th comment on the linked thread.




unclepezza

768 posts

81 months

Tuesday 18th February 2014
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nigelonich said:
Probably hit some standing water on the entry running the OEM tyres (cups) :-) One can only imagine on how this happened?


jackwood

2,287 posts

146 months

Tuesday 18th February 2014
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g7jhp said:
This thread is highlighting cars which cars may not be Cat C/D but may require a closer look. I suggest you refer to the 5th comment on the linked thread.
Got it. Thanks.
Jack

jackwood

2,287 posts

146 months

Tuesday 18th February 2014
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g7jhp said:
This thread is highlighting cars which cars may not be Cat C/D but may require a closer look. I suggest you refer to the 5th comment on the linked thread.
Got it. Thanks.
Jack

g7jhp

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5,885 posts

176 months

Tuesday 18th February 2014
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jackwood said:
g7jhp said:
This thread is highlighting cars which cars may not be Cat C/D but may require a closer look. I suggest you refer to the 5th comment on the linked thread.
Got it. Thanks.
Jack
And if a car has had an accident it may still be a good buy if it's properly repaired and the price reflects the history.

We're trying to ensure people are aware of history and can make an informed decision. smile