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Old 09-22-2010, 05:02 PM   #14
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They'll be oddities and curiousities, just like the '89 Speedsters were.

The 964 based cars tend to sell for a premium and most have lower miles, but as many 2nd and 3rd owners are finding out, while driveline parts are plentiful (they're just 964's under the skin), variant-specific parts such as windshields, tops and speedster humps are virtually impossible to replace as these were pretty much NLA as of the mid-90's, and Porsche never made a large warehouse supply to begin with.

They're museum pieces, not real cars to be driven. The new models won't be any different.

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