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brake wear light on/off
boxsterd - 3 months ago

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Re: brake wear light on/off
jg atl - 3 months ago

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yea, 8 laps of watkins glen or 10,000 miles of steady highway driving. :-) *NM*
grant - 2 months ago

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Re: brake wear light on/off
carlos in Montreal - 3 months ago

104

Re: brake wear light on/off
MarcW - 3 months ago

121

Re: brake wear light on/off
boxsterd - 3 months ago

111

Re: brake wear light on/off
MarcW - 3 months ago

98

Re: brake wear light on/off
Pedro (Weston, FL) - 3 months ago

107

Light comes on well before it's urgent
Boxsterra - 3 months ago

121

Re: Light comes on well before it's urgent
MarcW - 3 months ago

118

Not to nitpick but
Boxsterra - 3 months ago

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Re: Not to nitpick but
MarcW - 3 months ago

75

Whether it came to be or not, I'd be thinking about the brakes the whole way. *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

78

It's not an issue. That's my point.
Boxsterra - 3 months ago

74

I'm hearing something different here. The light is intermittent.
grant - 3 months ago

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Re: I'm hearing something different here. The light is intermittent.
boxsterd - 2 months ago

45

It will nto be metal on metal tomorrow. That said, the best way to guage how long you have...
grant - 2 months ago

49

Porsche fatigue, pull me back from the edge
Bill S - 2 months ago

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Re: Porsche fatigue, pull me back from the edge
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Re: Porsche fatigue, pull me back from the edge
Bill S - 2 months ago

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Re: Porsche fatigue, pull me back from the edge
db997S - 2 months ago

32

Re: Porsche fatigue, pull me back from the edge
MarcW - 2 months ago

36

2004 Cayenne Turbo stuck with reverse on dash won't start
Pkcayenne - 2 months ago

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I have no experience with that problem or that tranny.
grant - 2 months ago

49

Re: I have no experience with that problem or that tranny.
Pkcayenne - 2 months ago

47

Typically ZF has better documentation than Porsche or Audi
grant - 2 months ago

48

Re: Typically ZF has better documentation than Porsche or Audi
Pkcayenne - 2 months ago

49

I would guess 10 minutes or so would do the trick....
grant - 2 months ago

47

Re: 2004 Cayenne Turbo stuck with reverse on dash won't start
MarcW - 2 months ago

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Re: 2004 Cayenne Turbo stuck with reverse on dash won't start
Pkcayenne - 2 months ago

46

For 981 DIY'ers ... URL
Pedro (Weston, FL) - 2 months ago

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Re: For 981 DIY'ers ...
Roger987 - 2 months ago

48

Thanks, Pedro.
Laz - 2 months ago

43

Thanks Pedro
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

58

PS - I always wondered what that grommet on the trunk lid was for.
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

49

Thanks, Pedro *NM*
MikenOH - 2 months ago

55

Re: For 981 DIY'ers ...
Vince - 2 months ago

56

Pedro... your icon
Tcar - 2 months ago

143

It's the least likely smiling smiley *NM*
Pedro (Weston, FL) - 2 months ago

50

NBC--buyers remorse from some early Mustang GT350 owners URL
MikenOH - 2 months ago

221

Darn! Maybe I should cancel my order for a new 718 S
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

61

I understand building a car for a particular price point
MikenOH - 2 months ago

58

Don't look to me: took my turn by taking possession of a 981 on the US release date, June 28, 2012! *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: I understand building a car for a particular price point
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Re: I understand building a car for a particular price point
MikenOH - 2 months ago

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Re: I understand building a car for a particular price point URL
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Re: I understand building a car for a particular price point
MikenOH - 2 months ago

54

I have a friend down here with a GT350. Amazing track car. He cancelled his MSRP GT4 order! *NM*
Gary in SoFL - 2 months ago

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Re: I understand building a car for a particular price point
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

44

Re: I understand building a car for a particular price point
MikenOH - 2 months ago

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Re: I understand building a car for a particular price point
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

41

Re: NBC--buyers remorse from some early Mustang GT350 owners
db997S - 2 months ago

53

re: Square cars & square holes
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: NBC--buyers remorse from some early Mustang GT350 owners
MikenOH - 2 months ago

55

No cooler so as to add lightness. *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

51

Although it could be to subtract heaviness.
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

53

Re: NBC--buyers remorse from some early Mustang GT350 owners
MarcW - 2 months ago

58

some 718 pics from the Geneva Automobile Salon URL
frogster - 2 months ago

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Re: some 718 pics from the Geneva Automobile Salon URL
Roger987 - 2 months ago

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Re: some 718 pics from the Geneva Automobile Salon
MikenOH - 2 months ago

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Re: some 718 pics from the Geneva Automobile Salon
Gary in SoFL - 2 months ago

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Re: some 718 pics from the Geneva Automobile Salon
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

41

One opinion on self driving cars Video Attachments
Laz - 4 months ago

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Re: One opinion on self driving cars
Guenter in Ontario - 4 months ago

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What happens if the GPS system goes down?
mikefocke, '01S Sanford, NC - 4 months ago

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In this case an early adapter could turn into a late one... if you know what I mean.
MarcW - 4 months ago

134

Good pun and analysis. *NM*
Laz - 4 months ago

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Re: One opinion on self driving cars
Roger987 - 4 months ago

111

It's official URL
Roger987 - 4 months ago

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Re: It's official
Roger987 - 4 months ago

113

But Roger, aren't you missing something?
Guenter in Ontario - 4 months ago

114

Good point using the ski gondola analogy. *NM*
Laz - 4 months ago

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More on driving in snow/ice
SteveJ (2010 987 base, manual trans) - 4 months ago

111

I too am not worried we will be seeing self driving cars in the foreseeable furture...
MarcW - 4 months ago

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Re: One opinion on self driving cars
Petee_C - 2 months ago

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Awesome maybe if you could be assured there would be no road construction... URL
MarcW - 2 months ago

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Re: One opinion on self driving cars
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Re: One opinion on self driving cars
MikenOH - 2 months ago

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I see things going perhaps a different way...
MarcW - 2 months ago

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Will self-driving cars have highly visible all-around warning signs, like student driver cars have? *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: Will self-driving cars have highly visible all-around warning signs, like student driver cars have?
MarcW - 2 months ago

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Serious query. They could be perceived at best as any other human-driven car bumbling along.
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: Will self-driving cars have highly visible all-around warning signs, like student driver cars have?
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

43

Speaking of self driving cars and safety URL
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

43

Then 'self flying' airline planes would really blow your mind eye popping smiley *NM*
Gary in SoFL - 2 months ago

50

That could potentially be literally true. sad smiley *NM*
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

50

Fuel efficiency at a price. NPC URL
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Well, now I remember why I do not like working on cars much anymore...
MarcW - 5 months ago

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Maybe all it needed was the battery disconnect-reconnect? *NM*
Laz - 5 months ago

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No. The water I think is the source of the beep. Also, the radio has been really bad of late...
MarcW - 5 months ago

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A good place to work makes all the difference
grant - 5 months ago

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Agree. Almost indispensable is at least a good quality floor jack...
MarcW - 5 months ago

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Yes, and "good quality" is generally misunderstood
grant - 5 months ago

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Re: Yes, and "good quality" is generally misunderstood
MarcW - 5 months ago

134

Re: A good place to work makes all the difference URL
Petee_C - 2 months ago

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That's a vry nice setup
grant - 2 months ago

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Well, I decided to try to get something out of removing the door panel so I left the car...
MarcW - 5 months ago

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Update: Car at dealer and SM called me to let me know the tech could find...
MarcW - 5 months ago

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How old is this car ( that glue)
grant - 5 months ago

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The car is a 2002 so it is or will be come Jan 19, 2016 14 years old...
MarcW - 5 months ago

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That would pretty much explain it.
grant - 5 months ago

140

Talked to the tech today. He said the same to me as he told the SM...
MarcW - 5 months ago

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And here's a postscript...
MarcW - 5 months ago

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Dry is good! *NM*
grant - 5 months ago

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Spoke too soon. Heavier rain over the last couple of days and the passenger side...
MarcW - 5 months ago

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Its inevitable that some water gets through the glass opening. dont most doors drain to the sill? *NM*
grant - 5 months ago

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One would or should not be surprised that some water gets into the door. That is why there...
MarcW - 5 months ago

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Has the original issue reoccurred? *NM*
Laz - 5 months ago

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Yes, the passenger door bottom -- after the door membrane was re-glued -- and ...
MarcW - 5 months ago

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I mean the beep. *NM*
Laz - 5 months ago

122

Yes, at least once last night. I kind of thought it might have been because I pressed the lock....
MarcW - 5 months ago

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Brain overload.... Png Attachments
dennisafrompa - 2 months ago

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Re: Brain overload....
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: Brain overload....
db997S - 2 months ago

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Re: Brain overload.... Jpeg Attachments
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Re: Brain overload.... Jpeg Attachments
dennisafrompa - 2 months ago

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Too funny... brain overload indeed. *NM*
MikenOH - 2 months ago

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Re: Brain overload....
BLKBOXS - 2 months ago

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Re: Brain overload....
dennisafrompa - 2 months ago

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If the ...
Pedro (Weston, FL) - 2 months ago

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Good to know: close quarter parking situations could give false readings, yes? *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

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Are the sensors located somewhere in the wheel well?
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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They're attached to the tire valves inside the rims. Jpeg Attachments
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: They're attached to the tire valves inside the rims.
Roger987 - 2 months ago

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Yes
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Hmm, my assumption has been there's a central receiving unit. Apparently it can be both ways:
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: Hmm, my assumption has been there's a central receiving unit. Apparently it can be both ways:
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Perhaps both direct & indirect can be classified as to differentiating individual tires or not. *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

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Maybe it depends on model and/or year. Also came across these items: Jpeg Attachments URL
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: Maybe it depends on model and/or year. Also came across these items:
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Considered the conservation when they're active. Less juice used transmitting a shorter distance.
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: Maybe it depends on model and/or year. Also came across these items:
Vince - 2 months ago

49

Another possibly relevant article, or at least educational: PDF Attachments
Laz - 2 months ago

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I've read that, with the 781, Porsche moved to the BMW system
Roger987 - 2 months ago

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Trick question. Calls to mind:
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: I've read that, with the 781, Porsche moved to the BMW system
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Re: Another possibly relevant article, or at least educational: URL
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Great! Certainly a learning experience for me; hadn't thought about this stuff before. *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

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Correction on Indirect system URL
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Always thought indirect system was kind of weird and somewhat ineffectual. *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

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It's better than no indicator but
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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You can order parts from the what...the interwhat...the internet??? Jpeg Attachments
SMILIN - 2 months ago

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Re: You can order parts from the what...the interwhat...the internet???
dennisafrompa - 2 months ago

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Re: You can order parts from the what...the interwhat...the internet???
Trygve (Oakland, CA) - 2 months ago

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Re: You can order parts from the what...the interwhat...the internet???
SMILIN - 2 months ago

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Re: You can order parts from the what...the interwhat...the internet???
frogster - 2 months ago

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first Frissen, then Howard. Who's next, the Trent? cool smiley
frogster - 3 months ago

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Re: first Frissen, then Howard. Who's next, the Trent? cool smiley
Bruce In Philly (2000 S Boxster, now '09 C2S) - 3 months ago

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Re: first Frissen, then Howard. Who's next, the Trent? cool smiley
db997S - 3 months ago

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Re: first Frissen, then Howard. Who's next, the Trent? cool smiley Jpeg Attachments
Frissen - 3 months ago

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has there been a skyler sighting?? *NM*
JMstamford,ct - 3 months ago

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Yes.....
Gary in SoFL - 3 months ago

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Re: first Frissen, then Howard. Who's next, the Trent? cool smiley
babamoto - 2 months ago

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Re: first Frissen, then Howard. Who's next, the Trent? cool smiley
frogster - 2 months ago

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more than anything - I would love to see a Just Chuck post... *NM*
JMstamford,ct - 3 months ago

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sad smiley *NM*
JMstamford,ct - 3 months ago

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Re: first Frissen, then Howard. Who's next, the Trent? cool smiley
Frissen - 3 months ago

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Re: first Frissen, then Howard. Who's next, the Trent? cool smiley
Frissen - 3 months ago

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Meredith still pops in here from time to time.
jg atl - 3 months ago

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Re: Meredith still pops in here from time to time.
dennisafrompa - 3 months ago

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Re: first Frissen, then Howard. Who's next, the Trent? cool smiley
Howard in London - 3 months ago

75

Ins bearing
oldnwizr1 - 2 months ago

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Re: Ins bearing
MarcW - 2 months ago

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Info and Solution
Pedro (Weston, FL) - 2 months ago

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Re: Info and Solution
MarcW - 2 months ago

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I think Pedro's failure rates are good for a 2.7 engine in 2002 as the OP described
mikefocke, '01S Sanford, NC - 2 months ago

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As i recall it was between 1-1.5% per year *NM*
grant - 2 months ago

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Re: Ins bearing
db997S - 2 months ago

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Re: Ins bearing
oldhoo07s - 2 months ago

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3 generations of IMS bearings.
mikefocke, '01S Sanford, NC - 2 months ago

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I think the 3rd generation started with the 2006 MY, and maybe even late manufacture 2005 MY *NM*
Roger987 - 2 months ago

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Re: Ins bearing
moresquirt - 2 months ago

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I think doing the DOF with clutch is prudent.
grant - 2 months ago

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But what if the cost is more like $7k for a used engine...
mikefocke, '01S Sanford, NC - 2 months ago

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Oh, i think its math. We simply need the right numbers.
grant - 2 months ago

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Good point. A decision made based on state of mind is for the individual in the situation. *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: Good point. A decision made based on state of mind is for the individual in the situation.
oldnwizr1 - 2 months ago

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Ah but when the cost is so variable....the math changes.
mikefocke, '01S Sanford, NC - 2 months ago

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Under drive pulley Mod,do u have to change to a smaller belt?
moresquirt - 2 months ago

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Re: Under drive pulley Mod,do u have to change to a smaller belt? URL
Pedro (Weston, FL) - 2 months ago

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Re: Under drive pulley Mod,do u have to change to a smaller belt?
moresquirt - 2 months ago

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Additional details on the 718 from C&D URL
MikenOH - 2 months ago

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Re: Additional details on the 718 from C&D
Roger987 - 2 months ago

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Porsche 718 and 718 S URL
Pedro (Weston, FL) - 2 months ago

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Re: Porsche 718 and 718 S
Roger987 - 2 months ago

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Glossed through this link & found nothing concerning low rear reflectors. For cars, at least.
Laz - 2 months ago

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Motor Trend Gushes Over the 718 URL
db997S - 2 months ago

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Hmm, what would stinger exhausts sound like on the 718s? *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: Motor Trend Gushes Over the 718 URL
decay - 2 months ago

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A somewhat different level of gushiness. URL
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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MT says it sounds like a VW Beetle with a tuned exhaust ?
Roger987 - 2 months ago

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Re: Motor Trend Gushes Over the 718 URL
MikenOH - 2 months ago

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The 'Ring time got my attention
SteveJ (2010 987 base, manual trans) - 2 months ago

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Re: Motor Trend Gushes Over the 718
Post Falls Rob - 2 months ago

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Finally
Roger987 - 3 months ago

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That's amazing. Great find. *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

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Re: Finally +1 more
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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i don't find the sound of the 718 very compelling
frogster - 3 months ago

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Oh, we'll grow to like it, just like water-cooling, etc.
Laz - 3 months ago

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Want to bet? cool smiley *NM*
Gary in SoFL - 3 months ago

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Maybe - as long as you don't include me in the "we"
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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I'd love to have a 66 912 again (mint condition!) even with 0-60 11+ secs, and its four-banger.
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: I'd love to have a 66 912 again (mint condition!) even with 0-60 11+ secs, and its four-banger.
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Used to love the smell of hypoy gear oil in the morning! *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

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HYPOID? NM
Tcar - 2 months ago

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Re: HYPOID? (edited) URL
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: i don't find the sound of the 718 very compelling URL
decay - 2 months ago

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Re: i don't find the sound of the 718 very compelling
frogster - 2 months ago

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Re: Finally
MarcW - 2 months ago

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Another comparison URL
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

72

Best demonstration of the contrast yet. 718 sounds hollow, and yes, hopped-up Bug-like. Jpeg Attachments
Laz - 2 months ago

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I didn't observe any difference...
Roger987 - 2 months ago

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Texas Boxster Graveyard.... URL
jlegelis - 2 months ago

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If Woody doesn't get it after a mishap URL
mikefocke, '01S Sanford, NC - 2 months ago

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Very nice Gary
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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"You talking to me...you talking to me?" winking smiley *NM*
Gary in SoFL - 2 months ago

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I am if you're the Gary with
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Pacemaker? *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: Pacemaker?
Roger987 - 2 months ago

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Saving the 'beans' for BRBS drinking smiley *NM*
Gary in SoFL - 2 months ago

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Ya, but the "bean bag" is already there.
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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NBC - They don't make 'em like they used to URL
Roger987 - 3 months ago

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Re: NBC - They don't make 'em like they used to
MikenOH - 3 months ago

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Re: NBC - They don't make 'em like they used to
Roger987 - 3 months ago

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Re: NBC - They don't make 'em like they used to Jpeg Attachments
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Wow
Roger987 - 2 months ago

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I've seen some amazing
mikefocke, '01S Sanford, NC - 2 months ago

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Not as quick as the Jag F-type
Roger987 - 3 months ago

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Oh, oh
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Re: Oh, oh URL
Roger987 - 3 months ago

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Wow, the GTS is 10 seconds faster than the Boxster S!?!?!
Boxsterra - 3 months ago

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Re: Wow, the GTS is 10 seconds faster than the Boxster S!?!?! URL
Roger987 - 3 months ago

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'twas a joke, sir *NM*
Boxsterra - 2 months ago

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Boxster withdrawal Jpeg Attachments
Roger987 - 3 months ago

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Re: Boxster withdrawal Jpeg Attachments
MikenOH - 3 months ago

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Re: Boxster withdrawal
richard986pei - 3 months ago

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Re: Boxster withdrawal
jlegelis - 3 months ago

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Re: Boxster withdrawal URL
Roger987 - 3 months ago

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Oops, posted the same link twice URL
Roger987 - 3 months ago

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Chill... Jpeg Attachments URL
Burg Boxster - 3 months ago

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Re: Chill...
Roger987 - 2 months ago

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For us Porschephiles, the Cayman's Bauhausian form-function styling has greater appeal, too. *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

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Another long ago observation (published PSI vs. in-car indications)
Laz - 3 months ago

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Re: Another long ago observation (published PSI vs. in-car indications)
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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More of Porsche's esoteric collective wisdom.
Laz - 2 months ago

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Re: More of Porsche's esoteric collective wisdom. Jpeg Attachments
Guenter in Ontario - 2 months ago

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Also, perhaps standard equipment was still being worked out close to actual production. *NM*
Laz - 2 months ago

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Pesky Temperature Indicator Failure? Jpeg Attachments
carlos in Montreal - 3 months ago

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Re: Pesky Temperature Indicator Failure?
MarcW - 3 months ago

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Re: Pesky Temperature Indicator Failure?
Howard in London - 3 months ago

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Re: Pesky Temperature Indicator Failure?
MarcW - 3 months ago

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If your car's menu allows for Oil Temp reading, you'll have some idea as to temps, until fixed. *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

51

PCM 2.1 stuck in Groundhog Day...not funny :-(
Howard in London - 3 months ago

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Hey Howard ...
Pedro (Weston, FL) - 3 months ago

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Re: Hey Pedro ...
Howard in London - 3 months ago

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Re: Hey Howard
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Re: Hey Guenter
Howard in London - 3 months ago

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Re: Hey Guenter
joris - 3 months ago

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Re: Hey Guenter
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Re: Hey Guenter
Howard in London - 3 months ago

93

Re: PCM 2.1 stuck in Groundhog Day...not funny :-(
BLKBOXS - 3 months ago

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Re: PCM 2.1 stuck in Groundhog Day...not funny :-(
Bruce In Philly (2000 S Boxster, now '09 C2S) - 3 months ago

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Re: PCM 2.1 stuck in Groundhog Day...not funny :-(
Howard in London - 3 months ago

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Speaking of Groundhog Day........ (At least in the U.S.)
jg atl - 3 months ago

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The dealer could do nothing...
Howard in London - 3 months ago

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Porsche has reluctantly announced the new name for the 718....
Gary in SoFL - 3 months ago

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Re: Porsche has reluctantly announced the new name for the 718.... Jpeg Attachments
Laz - 3 months ago

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Re: Porsche has reluctantly announced the new name for the 718.... Jpeg Attachments
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Interesting. Karmann made many, if not all the bodies for 912s, including my 66. *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

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Karmann started as a coach builder in 1901
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Re: Porsche has reluctantly announced the new name for the 718....
Gary in SoFL - 3 months ago

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Re: Porsche has reluctantly announced the new name for the 718.... Jpeg Attachments
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Re: Porsche has reluctantly announced the new name for the 718....
Gary in SoFL - 3 months ago

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Re: Porsche has reluctantly announced the new name for the 718....
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Re: Porsche has reluctantly announced the new name for the 718....
TTLATION - 3 months ago

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Re: Porsche has reluctantly announced the new name for the 718....
Gary in SoFL - 3 months ago

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Re: Porsche has reluctantly announced the new name for the 718....
MikenOH - 3 months ago

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Been meaning to post this for a while: no 981 steering wheel lock. *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

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That's correct. I think the electic parking brake is supposed to make up for it
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Good point. *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

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Only PITA with the locked parking brake
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

72

But the electric brake does not engage automatically unless you are on a slope. *NM*
Jeff (Philly) - 3 months ago

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That is correct
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Same thoughts here.
Laz - 3 months ago

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Re: Same thoughts here.
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Oops, to be clear, I meant Porsche fob hacking. *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

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Re: Oops, to be clear, I meant Porsche fob hacking.
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Gotta let my friend with my former 986 know. He's had intermittent issues with the fob. *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

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Re: Gotta let my friend with my former 986 know. He's had intermittent issues with the fob.
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Re: That is correct
Tcar - 3 months ago

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This is truly an all weather car...... Jpeg Attachments
dennisafrompa - 3 months ago

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Re: This is truly an all weather car......
Laz - 3 months ago

64

Clarification (too late to edit)
Laz - 3 months ago

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Re: Clarification (too late to edit)
Roger987 - 3 months ago

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No. However:
Laz - 3 months ago

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Re: Clarification (too late to edit)
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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It's great to see these cars with a little dirt/salt on them
Boxsterra - 3 months ago

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Case in point: today in the northeast.
Laz - 3 months ago

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Re: It's great to see these cars with a little dirt/salt on them
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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Re: It's great to see these cars with a little dirt/salt on them
Gary in SoFL - 3 months ago

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Re: This is truly an all weather car...... Jpeg Attachments
Laz - 3 months ago

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And when dry, surprisingly negligible salt residue: Jpeg Attachments
Laz - 3 months ago

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That makes sense since you drove through rain. Jpeg Attachments
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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The important thing was to wait until it had been raining hard for a long time. Png Attachments
Laz - 3 months ago

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NBC, but a great Peugeot Ad Video Attachments
Ed fromTampa ( formerly Long Island) - 3 months ago

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Well done; nice expansion on oft used themes. The hidden wolf is a great way to double the clicks. *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

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not very well hidden. *NM*
grant - 3 months ago

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Too early in the morning. The only wolf I saw was the guy in the video! *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

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Who needs an Aston Martin anyway. *NM*
Guenter in Ontario - 3 months ago

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"I know... About 30 years... "
Roger987 - 3 months ago

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Wolf is at 0:53 to the right *NM*
Naples986 - 3 months ago

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Ah, yes. Funny, originally only saw a white "something" running(?) to just to the left at about :47. *NM*
Laz - 3 months ago

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Re: NBC, but a great Peugeot Ad
dennisafrompa - 3 months ago

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Re: NBC, but a great Peugeot Ad
Tcar - 3 months ago

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