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AndrewL

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About AndrewL

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    Porsche 911 Carerra
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    Northamptonshire

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  1. AndrewL

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    Loch Assynt
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    Ardvreck Castle (ruin) West Coast Scotland
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    Mountain pass to Lochinver
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    Ackergill Tower
  5. Count me in for a bacon buttie, I'll be there with my new ride - Andrew L
  6. Count me in for a bacon buttie, I'll be there with my new ride - Andrew L
  7. Exciting day yesterday picked up my new 911 Carrera gen2, jet black metallic paint, 370 bhp, twin turbo, PDK, and sport chrono. Customer service at Porsche Silverstone as usual brilliant.
  8. 100% fault free in 2 years and 8000 miles, loved the jet black colour, styling, sweet manual gear change and the Black Edition extras were good value back in 2016. Only regret was not adding PASM, my Cayman 2.9 Gen II had this option and it makes a difference to the ride quality, especially given current state of the roads these days. So as I say farewell with great memories of numerous road trips, I'm now getting excited for arrival of new 911 gen 2 Carerra, yes Jet Black again, but with turbos this time. I'm told it's one of the last 991.2 cars that had rolled of the production line as the factory re-tools for mission-e. Am I deserting the Cayman club - absolutely not, just having a bit of time out to enjoy a new toy. See you all at the next meet............with my new ride.
  9. Sounds good, will put the date in my diary. See you all after Christmas. Andrew L
  10. Everyone should do this road trip, great driving roads, castles, scenery, gin & whisky distilleries, warm hospitality, good accommodation and food. 500 miles starting at Inverness, you need 3-4 days to enjoy the trip. Going back next year to do it again.
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