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Question: Purchasing 911

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Old 10-25-2015, 08:44 AM
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Just joined forum to do research the 911. I want to buy a 911 between 2007 to 2014. I have found a 2007 turbo with 5000 miles or a 2013 c4. Both are within a $1000.00. On an investment stand point would the turbo be a better investment over the 2013?

I totally understand the hp 385 vs. 480, both have the same options except for the trans.

Can anyone give me some insight on the pro's and con's?

I really want to make the right decision.
 
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Old 11-20-2015, 10:57 PM
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If you are buyng for investment, go turbo

If you have the money to maintain and are looking for a fantastic drive, day in and day out, go turbo

If you are concerned that adding miles will devalue your Porsche, go C4
If you drive in winter, inclement weather, or are unsure of what weather you will encounter on trips that run up the miles, go C4

Drive them both, let them tell you which one speaks to you

Hope you don't have a two car garage
 
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