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  • Cayman Market Watch Q2 2020

    Welcome to Q2 of the Cayman Market Watch, our regular feature primarily to provide you with a view of pricing on the Porsche Cayman market.  Aimed at helping those selling or buying to make more informed decisions on price.     Cayman 718      The not so new 4 cylinder turbo car introduced in 2016 seems to be a veritable bargain at the moment, prices for private sales of the base 2.0L car with average mileage and a few options are now around £28-30k.  Think what you

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    Car Detailing Products at The Piston Works

    Have you ever noticed that online shops selling car detailing products are rather a clinical affair, unusually aimed squarely at those more interested in the process than the vehicle itself.  Well, we're glad to say those days are gone, no longer does the petrolhead find themselves scratching their head wondering the difference between a citrus pre-cleaner and an all purpose cleaner or 'APC'.       Ladies and Gentleman, we introduce The Piston Works Emporium, a brick and mort

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    718 Cayman now available on your games console!

    Well finally it’s arrived, you can now drive your favourite car whilst your P&J is tucked up in the garage.  Yes that’s right folks, on your games console (probably Xbox only).     Forza Horizon 4 has released screen shots of the latest edition to the game in the shape of a 718 GTS, looking pretty true to real life.       We look forward to hearing how it compares to the real thing and whether it’s been a faithful reproduction of the real thing.     Let us k

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    The Slow Decay of Porsche Prices

    I suppose it's no surprise that like many a petrolhead, spending time cruising the classifieds is not a strange habit.  It could be likened in fact to a lady window shopping in her local designer outlet village and coming home with nothing but a receipt from Pret a Manger.  When you spend that much time hanging out in the classifieds and coupled with a bit of talk among those in the trade you start to gauge a picture.  So understanding the dynamics of used Porsche prices at the current time is n

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    The Cayman Breakfast Meet - Shuttleworth 17th March 2019

    So, the first official breakfast meet of the new year!!!    Sunday the 17th of March - hoping for some reasonable weather by then!     The Shuttleworth Collection Old Warden Aerodrome Bedfordshire SG18 9EP   9:30am until Midday      The restaurant will be open and serving breakfast, a full English with tea/coffee is £7.95    Entry to the venue is free however there is an admission fee for members wishing to visit the Collection

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    Official Cayman OC Desktop Wallpapers

    Shown just how proud you are by downloading and displaying our 4K desktop wallpapers!     Download Full Resolution 4K here    

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  • Spyder suspension on BS

    An impostor in a Boxster! 😃  I still hope you guys can help me out. I've bought a 987.2 BS Black Edition and am absolutely loving the car. I already did a few minor mods (SSK, front braces) but one big one I want to do in the spring is sport suspension.   I'm not the one to tinker with suspension bits so I'm looking for a great bolt-on. I've read a lot about the Spyder suspension and I'm leaning heavily towards it. If I understand correctly it's just springs and dampers, right? Or are

    D.J.
    D.J.
    987 Cayman (2006-2012) 2

    18" Road legal track tyres

    Having just destroyed a brand new (run in but still new) Potenza Sport tyre at Anglesey, I think the time has come for me to get a second set of wheels.    The problem I'm having is that I can't find many options for road legal track tyres in the correct 18" size. I could go up a profile to 45s and use the NS2R but I'm not sure if this would cause rubbing (I'm running 8.3 degrees of caster).    What are others using? 

    Lennym1984
    Lennym1984
    987 Cayman (2006-2012) 6

    Thoughts: 987s Design edition or 987.2s

    So I’m considering my next car at mo. Currently in a z4 coupe 3.0 which I absolutely love. But want to get something that’s a bit rarer or more powerful and better driving experience.   Whats everyone’s thoughts on 987 design edition vs 987.2s? What’s more likely to hold their value long term 3 years+ assuming car is maintained immaculately? Which would you go for if the price for each was the same, and condition was in the 90th percentile, and why? Lastly does

    Shuey Chow
    Shuey Chow
    987 Cayman (2006-2012) 25

    Clutch stuck down

    Anyone ever experienced this before? Awaiting roadside rescue from one of RAC's "trusted partners"! 🤬

    Ginginho
    Ginginho
    987 Cayman (2006-2012) 8

    Looking to buy first Porsche 987.1 or 987.2 or S

    Hi All.  I joined this forum to get some advice from owners who have been here and done it already.   Looking for Gen1 or 2 987, (or S).    What would you do if you were me?   It seems the options for me are:   1) ~£15K Gen1 70K-90K miles 2) ~£21K Gen2 60K-80K miles   I'm torn between them, do risk older and save £5K? I will be doing a full PPI before buying. Planning to only by from Trade, as this is a lot of money for me to make a mistake.

    futureechos
    futureechos
    987 Cayman (2006-2012) 118


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