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Old 01-26-2006, 02:28 PM   #1
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Three 2004's for Sale

I am trying to help a fellow forum member locate a new car, and found the following 3 cars during the process. These have not been titled. I though one of you might have interest in these:

2004 Boxster, 5 speed, Guards Red, about 2,000 miles- high-high $30K's

2004 Boxster, Artic Silver, Tip., about 10,000 miles, was a service loaner car- low-low $40K's

2004 Boxster, Seal Grey, Tip., about 10,000 miles, was a service loaner car- low-low $40K's

All have black Leather.

The Porsche dealer is in Louiseville, KY. Contact is Mark Kennedy- 502-894-3428.

Hope this helps someone!

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Old 01-26-2006, 03:59 PM   #2
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Those service loaners are certainly ones to stay away from, no?

I'd thrash a boxster loaned to me, especially if I was used to far more power in my 911!
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Old 01-27-2006, 08:41 AM   #3
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not such a great deal compared to a 2005 987.
Much more power and deep discounts are still available on the 987's.
I think the prices on those 2.7's is going to drop a bit more, but then again not everyone that buys is informed about values.
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Ref: "I'd thrash a boxster loaned to me ..."

Which is probably why they are Tip cars in the first place.
You can't over-rev one, and no clutch to screw up doing burn-outs or power shifts.

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