^ Nice collection.. Here's my '14 CS. I find myself driving it more than my turbo..
saabin wrote: ↑Thu Aug 06, 2020 4:07 pm ^I would be after a 981.
Lots of good buys, really depends on if you want a 987 or 981 and what your budget is. The base 981 is a good value now that some really like.
I've owned both a base 987.1 and a 981CS. The 981 is (obviously) much better and refined..
You could DD a Cayman easily if you are a single guy w/ no kids OR you dont need a lot of space to haul stuff. Gets a little tougher if you are married w/ a family. I fall into the 2nd category, but it's not my only car so no concern.. but I do enjoy driving it as much as I can :D
Cuda911 wrote: ↑Thu Aug 06, 2020 4:56 pmGuessing 2021 right now as I start figuring out the rules around RMDs from an inherited IRA.
Mark Dreyer wrote: ↑Mon Aug 10, 2020 6:48 pm Trying out the new forum. After 10 years of tracking a dedicated track car with a track support company, I’ve gone full circle, selling the 986S “Boxzilla” and purchased this dual street/track 14 CS. It’s fun having a few more ponies to help keep up with all the bigger hp cars nowadays. The trackside motorhome makes for a comfortable trackside experience also.
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Those two cars look absolutely nothing alike.