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Old 02-07-2017, 05:28 PM
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Default 2016 991 gt3rs for sale

Year: 2016
Make: Porsche
Model: 911
Mileage (numbers only please): 775
Color: Gt silver
VIN: WP0AF2A90GS192692
Price (no $ sign please): $215000
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (Region): Canada
Body Style: Coupe
Transmission Type: PDK
2 or 4 Wheel Drive?: 2 Wheel Drive
Engine Type: Fuel Injection
Stereo System: AM-FM Stereo

claireview.ca/used/Porsche/2016-Porsche-911-9b3ae6790a0e08b92a497ccd3ec2c75d.htm
Paint protection film on front of car including mirrors since day one
Also have clear side markers that haven't had time to install
Had 2nd kid in august and both kids being under 2 barely have time to sleep let alone have time to enjoy driving.

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Classic color, looks great....GLWS
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Old 02-25-2017, 11:42 AM
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Just to answer some questions that members were asking
car is Canadian spec and I think it's 2.5% duty to import it into the US.
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Old 02-25-2017, 10:49 PM
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Not sure why this car hasn't flown out the window and someone grabbed it.

Importing a 2016 Porsche into the US is relatively simple and painless, save for the 2.5% duty and some other costs that likely won't exceed $1,000, plus shipping.

GLWS! (And enjoy the new additions to your family--there will always be more time to drive cars later.)
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Old 02-26-2017, 09:58 PM
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Thank you. Definitely b back in a gt hopefully sooner than later didn't know how much of a difference 2 vs 1 baby makes in having time to do anything but wouldn't change it for the world.
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Sorry for the ignorant question, but if I import the car to the USA will it necessitate a speedometer/gauge cluster change? I know the digital read-out is easy to change simply through the imbedded software (i.e. units), but I assume your speedometer reads KM?
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Originally Posted by F1tifosi View Post
Sorry for the ignorant question, but if I import the car to the USA will it necessitate a speedometer/gauge cluster change? I know the digital read-out is easy to change simply through the imbedded software (i.e. units), but I assume your speedometer reads KM?
The digital display is switchable from kph to mph.
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Originally Posted by F1tifosi View Post
Sorry for the ignorant question, but if I import the car to the USA will it necessitate a speedometer/gauge cluster change? I know the digital read-out is easy to change simply through the imbedded software (i.e. units), but I assume your speedometer reads KM?
It's a good question, not an ignorant one.

When I investigated importing a GT4 into the US, I was told (by sources I believed to be reliable) as long as the digital speedo can show MPH, which it can of course, no need to change the cluster (besides, the existing analog-looking speedo is nearly impossible to see, particularly if you're going at any speed). Unfortunately, the compliance letter you will need to obtain from PCNA, which is very easy, is often contradictory and may say something about changing the cluster. Indeed, I received two different compliance letters for the same car/same VIN and they said two different things. And don't bother trying to get PCNA to see the light and make it clear--not likely to happen. I went all the way to speaking with an associate general counsel responsible for compliance and it was no more helpful.

But you should be fine. Let me know if you'd like any more info on the process--I spent an inordinate amount of time getting up to speed (and it was still cloudy!).
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Originally Posted by HelpMeHelpU View Post
It's a good question, not an ignorant one.

When I investigated importing a GT4 into the US, I was told (by sources I believed to be reliable) as long as the digital speedo can show MPH, which it can of course, no need to change the cluster (besides, the existing analog-looking speedo is nearly impossible to see, particularly if you're going at any speed). Unfortunately, the compliance letter you will need to obtain from PCNA, which is very easy, is often contradictory and may say something about changing the cluster. Indeed, I received two different compliance letters for the same car/same VIN and they said two different things. And don't bother trying to get PCNA to see the light and make it clear--not likely to happen. I went all the way to speaking with an associate general counsel responsible for compliance and it was no more helpful.

But you should be fine. Let me know if you'd like any more info on the process--I spent an inordinate amount of time getting up to speed (and it was still cloudy!).
The three P cars I've sold to folks in the US, did NOT require cluster change.
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Are those U.S. dollars or Canadian dollars?
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Never mind, asked and answered in the other thread.
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Is the warranty country specific? or can it be serviced at any dealer in north america?
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Is the warranty country specific? or can it be serviced at any dealer in north america?
it can be serviced at any dealer. The warranty is for North America.
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