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Neal King

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Welcome to the OC Neal! 


I'm sure you'll find plenty of help from members here when you have any questions.  Good luck with the search and let us know how you get on 👍

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On 13/02/2019 at 05:32, Daz said:

Welcome onboard. What flavour of Cayman are you looking to buy? 

Currently looking at 2012  one owner 987 with 23000 on the clock.

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Hi Neal,


Bear in mind the age of these cars, unless it's had a refresh you will likely need some bits doing to it over the next couple of years (think lower control arm, track rods etc). It won't need everything but factor in a control arm or two, and other bits for the future.



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Hi Neal,


A 2012 should not need too much doing to it, as long as the mileage is genuine and the service history backs this up. The service intervals are every 2 years, but if its had an oil change each year, that's even better.


Just check tyres, brakes and clutch. It may need new brakes soon, also good quality tyres are preferable, any chinese 'ditch-finder' brands are a sign of penny pinching.


Although at 2012 you are on the edge of the 981 model, maybe a better long term bet than a 987.








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