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What You Need To Know About IMS Bearing Issues Before Buying A Porsche 986, 996, 987 Or 997

By   January 11, 2017

Porsche 986 Boxster

Porsche 986 Boxster

Currently, the best values in used Porsches are the 986 and 996 generation cars. Both the Boxster (986) and 911 (996) offer a good amount of performance with prices of both being south of $20,000. In fact you can find a clean running early Boxster for as low as $5,000.

While the 996 will run you a bit more, you can find clean running early examples of the 911 For under $15,000 and we’ve seen a few as low $10,000. While there are a few things that attribute to these low prices, there is one major reason that they are so affordable, the Intermediate Shaft Bearing (IMS).

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Porsche And Ferrari Rivals Documentary

By   January 6, 2017

Porsche and Ferrari

Porsche and Ferrari

Porsche and Ferrari are rivals, but how did it get to be that way? Most models are marketed to different segments, but from a performance stand point they are extremely comparable. We have made this documentary style video that covers the history of the two makes and just how they became rivals.

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Porsche 911 Turbo (997) – Daily Picture

By   September 6, 2016

Porsche 911 Turbo (997)

Porsche 911 Turbo (997)

It has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words. Because of this we will attempt to daily share a picture that we find interesting and post just a small amount about the picture.

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