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Jonny99

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    1984 3.2 Carrera - 1970 Backdate

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  1. Toyo Proxes TR1. There's very little choice in this size and profile - it was either the Proxes or Pirelli Cinturato P7 at almost 4 times the price!
  2. Just had to find out what tomorrow is! Unfortunately I can’t make it as I’m home alone with my 9 and 12 year old daughters until my wife gets back from visiting her parents. Oh and before anyone suggests I bring them along, they flatly refuse to travel in my Porsche these days. The family car is a LR Discovery 4, so they are used to a LOT more room! Jesus, if my dad had driven a 911 when I was 12...!
  3. It’s probably more accurate to say that PS ‘managed’ the backdate. They had a client who wanted to achieve a similar look to the PS Retro Touring cars at a much lower cost. At that point in the past PS was selling backdate body kits through Design911 under the RS Teknik brand (no longer produced). PS helped source the donor car and recommended a garage to do the conversion.
  4. Just joined the forum as I’ve sold my 997.2 C2S and bought a backdated 1984 Carrera 3.2 Sport. The 997 was amazing, but too modern and with a PDK gearbox too similar to my automatic cars. I’d been looking for a classic 911 anywhere from the mid 70s to late 80s. I do love the look of the early 70s cars as well, but don’t have the budget for an original. Out of the blue I saw this car hit the Ignition Classics (Paul Stephens used car brand) web site, and it seemed to offer me my perfect combination. I’d missed out on a couple of cars during the past couple of months so I jumped on it pretty
  5. I’ve just installed this unit. On the face of it everything looks and sounds OK, however I seem to be having the following two issues - anyone else experienced these? DAB presets seem to have been lost, having been previously programmed in and worked fine. DAB ‘ensembles’ as they seem to be called appear to be all over the place. For example the ‘BBC DAB’ ensemble contains a load of stations except any BBC stations! The only way I seem to be able to find a BBC station is by doing an Intro Scan of every station that can be received, waiting for the BBC station I want to be reached and
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