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Old 10-18-2016, 01:25 PM
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Default New porsche owner from Gainesville, looking for 944/951 parts

Hi guys, just picked up a 951 to add to my car collection (S5, S2000, 420SEL), and am looking to get the car back up to an A+ condition inside and out. Will need quite a few little interior bits and parts. Are there any large Porsche junkers or people who are parting out 944s here in North Central Florida?

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Old 10-19-2016, 04:20 PM
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Not a member yet so I changed your thread title.
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Longwolf (Christian) from QW?
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Old 10-22-2016, 11:38 AM
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Yes, that is true; I am the same guy. Unfortunately I am now also here on Rennlist to bore you Porsche guys as well. Still have the S5, just picked up the 951 as yet another toy.
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Too funny. I'm the one that posted the D2 S8 and once I sold it, I ended up here with a 955. Just trying to get it sorted out with a bunch of preventative maintenance so it will hopefully be a "reliable" rig.

Good luck restoring your new Porsche!
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I was going back and forth on whether to buy another Audi, like a C5 A6 4.2 or A8/S8, and install a manual conversion.....or buy a classic sports car. The Porsche won out due to better parts availability, and the fact that I should continue my habit of buying impracticable cars.
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Originally Posted by Longwolf View Post
The Porsche won out due to better parts availability, and the fact that I should continue my habit of buying impracticable cars.
LOL ^^^ this. I was between a Honda Pilot and the Porsche. Well...here I am haha.

If if you're ever in the treasure coast area, PM me. Its always nice to mee another QW'er.
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Longwolf:

Although he's not based here in FL, George Buselick, email: [email protected]ogy.com 845-658-9593 - can get you ANYTHING you need...
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