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      04-05-2012, 01:18 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by mdosu View Post
the M3 versitility is much valued by me. Though I will agree that the Cayman R and the GT3RS will deliver the best driving/track experience, I would hate it for a daily driver.

Maybe, you can sell the M3, buy a very cheap commuter car and then go for the P car.
You are right about the need for a DD, probably with either car for me. I have a lot of gear I need to carry around at times, and neither car offers much storage space. NOT that that is a concern, just an observation.

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$93k for the RS is a fantastic deal. wish I could have picked it up for that price when I was Porsche shopping. does it have CPO? if it does it's an even better deal
I would agree, but I haven't even gotten into the details yet as its probably premature.

I keep thinking about it though
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