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Something quite informal, a meet up, meet and greet everyone and get some line up photos, maybe a coffee and breakfast and then a convoy drive on a specified route. That actually sounds more formal than I thought!
At this early stage i am open to suggestions on the location but some thoughts are
1. Brands Hatch
2. Shuttleworth Air Museum.
3.Silverstone Porsche experience centre. ( this is my current favourite, especially if I can arrange something with Porsche UK?, it's also fairly central so may get more people to attend with their R's)
Date wise again not yet set, I need to know an idea on numbers before I start to contact venues, won't be good arranging something with Porsche and only three of us turn up.
So if this is of interest to you, please let me know, either on here or email email@example.com
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Very good condition, no signs of damage, kerbing or corrosion but a small stone chip on one of the rear wheels (pictured).
Tyres are N2 Pirelli P-Zero, in standard sizes 235/35/19 and 265/35/19. Fronts approx 7mm tread depth, rears approx 6mm.
Date marks on tyres are 3717, 2317, 1618 and 1618
Porsche centre caps included.
More pics if required.
Collection from West Devon PL16 or you arrange a courier and I’ll carefully package them for collection.
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If you haven’t provided your t-shirt size then can you ping us a PM or reply below and let us know so we can send them out. @Budflicker @DavidH
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Selling my 2009 gen 2, black with grey leather interior.
Family expanded so no longer being used as it should. Would love for it to go to an enthusiast.
Car is also on Pistonheads.
Lower price through here for a quick sale, would be happy with 18,000 gbp.
The car had no expense spared, with over 5,000 gbp of work and parts fitted with future proofing in mind.
Carnewal exhaust (previous owner)
Bilstein B8 shocks/suspensions
Top Mounts Sachs Performance
HR Sport Springs kit for Cayman 987
Spyder tailpipes w/ black ceramic coating by Zircotec
Numeric Racing racing selector cables
Full coolant pipes replacement
Cayman R rear anti roll bar
A/C condensers replacement
New 4 brake discs
Fit new brake pads (Ferodo DS2500) and brake fluid
Tyres are new Yokos fitted last year 4x.
All works done by Autostrasse (Essex), Revolution Porsche and RPM Technik.
Contact: 07946267514, London area
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We have investigated the issues further and it appears to be a significant and more widespread issue. Until we can successfully establish contact with PorscheShop.co.uk we highly recommend to all members that you do not purchase any items from PorscheShop.co.uk. We have suspended the discount scheme we offer to our Premium Members with PorscheShop.co.uk effective immediately until the issue is resolved.
We obviously understand that the recent Covid-19 pandemic has caused many traders and businesses to be facing difficult trading conditions. Whilst this is terribly unfortunate and we would do anything we could to support business partners facing such difficulties, there is no excuse for poor customer service and and for leaving customers facing financial loss.
If any member has experienced problems with this particular trader, then please contact us discreetly via private messaging.
The CaymanOC Team
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Its looks like a 356, but just a bit wider, and much bigger wheels and a then there's that hump right behind the passenger seat...
It's a 356 body that's been lengthened and widened to fit over a 987 Cayman chassis. Created by the world renowned West Coast Customs, and it's featured on this week's episode of Jay Leno's Garage.
Ryan Friedlinghaus, the CEO of West Coast Customs, told Leno it took around eight months to build, and no expense was spared. All the glass had to be custom-made for this car and the bodywork is all steel. A great job by the looks and all without any fibreglass, to top it off (pun intended) it has a removable hard roof!
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The Cayman world has been graced by a new GT4 model, a few sighs of relief from the manual flat6 fan club there. A new 718.2 in the pipeline, and even talk from the sidelines of a possible comeback of the flat6 motors more widely. Whatever happens, we're certainly looking forward to seeing one or two of the new cars at a future meet. The Taycan is another interesting arrival and whilst not a Cayman, it was initially thought the car would be a 2 seat coupe/sports car and might be a sister of the Cayman, only with duracell power. It didn't turn out that way, but I wouldn't be surprised to see a follow up model of thank ilk soon.
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We stock all sorts of great products from quality ceramic coatings through to wash buckets and mitts etc.
Discount code to use at the checkout is CAYMANOC19
If you need any help or advice then get in touch 👍
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Beanoir™ posted a post in a topic,
As many of you know I started the Cayman OC back in November 2015 after realising that being a Cayman owner in a Boxster club just wasn't cricket (as much as the Boxster guys were a great bunch). Its been a labour of love and i've really enjoyed creating a community and making many friends, although at times keeping on top of organising events and the like is tricky. More so lately as i've moved on from full-time employment to start a new venture, one that will hopefully be rewarding in other ways than just a pay check.
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 know if you’re lucky enough to be the owner of the real car and the game version!!
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Just like me you will probably also see a variety of posts on social media from folk wondering why their pride and joy hasn't sold even when advertised at 'below market price' and acting quite bewildered by this situation. Often this belief is supported and upheld by their fraternity, reaction is often a cocktail of denial and head scratching. But were somebody to suggest that said advertised car might be keenly priced, you will literally be marched to Tyburn for suggesting such an outrageous idea.
There is truth though, and it's cold and it's hard.
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The plan will be a proper club stand with a gazebo, club banners up etc.
The event promises to be fairly impressive and would be great for the OC to be part of the event's premier. More info is below and on the official event website here: https://www.bedfordfestivalofmotoring.com
Bedford Festival of Motoring
Located on the beautiful Embankment in the heart of Bedford, this festival to be held on 1st and 2nd of June this year embraces all things motoring.
Staged in partnership with Bedford Borough Council, this exciting new Festival will sit alongside the ever-popular Bedford International Kite Festival taking place on Russell Park.
Offering something for everyone, whether you're a motoring enthusiast or simply looking for a fun-filled family day out, this site will keep you up to date with all the attractions that will be on offer and details of how you can get involved.
If you are interested in attending with the club and would like to secure a space on the stand, then please register your interest below stating which days (Sat, Sun or Both). First come first served given the limited spaces for this guys!
Any questions on the event, then feel free to contact Steve( @Bushman) or me directly or post below.
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Adrian Flux Insurance Services are pleased to have the opportunity to serve the Cayman Owners Club and provide its members’ with competitive, bespoke and of course club-discounted policies for their Porsche Cayman’s and any other vehicle they may own – including Commercial vehicles, standard daily drivers and motorcycles.
As one of the UK’s most respected specialist insurance intermediaries we have a panel of insurers who we will use to find members the most appropriate policy – with a club discount. This will be up to 15% for The Cayman Owners Club members.’
All this is possible, because we know that members’ are Porsche enthusiasts who have the experience of handling these performance vehicles and are much less likely to make a claim than the average driver, and so we've been able to create special schemes that reward safe drivers like you.
Get cheaper Porsche Cayman Insurance from Adrian Flux.
TAILORED TO YOUR NEEDS....................
We have a panel of insurers who are able to provide Porsche Cayman Owners Club members’ the following benefits:
Instant quotations and cover
Non-standard risks accepted, including:-
High risk areas
Track day cover (please specify if required – not available with every policy)
Laid up/Transit/In construction cover available
Maximum introductory no claims bonus
Full Breakdown and Recovery from £56.00 (optional)
Protected NCB available
Driving of other cars cover available (differs from insurer-to-insurer, our staff will advise)
European Green Card Cover
Agreed value cover available for all classic and many recent cars. (Please ask if the policy provides this at quotation).
Discounts are available for:
Experience of driving your Porsche Cayman
Advanced Driving qualifications
Discounts for other cars owned and Household Insurance.
RING FOR A QUOTE
To take advantage of the club insurance scheme call the dedicated Club Freephone quotation line at Adrian Flux on 0800 089 0035 for your quotation. Lines are open 9.00 am to 7.00 pm Monday to Friday. 9.00am – 4.00pm Saturday.
Please mention ‘Cayman Owners Owners Club’ when Calling........
Please follow the link and complete the quotation form and we will return to you as soon as possible with a quotation:-
GENERAL INSURANCE QUESTIONS
There is a specific area on the discussion forum for general questions about insuring Porsche Caymans. Adrian Flux Insurance Services will be on hand to answer any questions posted. We have a member of staff – Dan@AdrianFlux who will monitor the forum and offer general advice where requested.
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Porsche unveiled the Cayman to the world in 2005 and went on sale to the public later in that year. The Cayman was initially only available in 'S' guise with the 3.4-litre engine carried across from it's then a more junior sibling, the Boxster. The following year, in 2006 Porsche released the base model Cayman with a 2.7-litre engine and 5-speed manual gearbox.
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2014 was a big year in Cayman history as it marked the introduction of an all-new platform, the new 981 Cayman. The differences between the 981 and 987 were significant, but not unexpected as many of the new technologies were already introduced in the new 991 and 981 Boxster. One of the most notable changes with the 981 was the introduction of electromechanical steering. This replaces the old hydraulic pump, lines and fluid of a conventional system. The trade-off for a more efficient system is a loss in steering feel when compared to the 987.
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· PDK transmission introduced
· Bluetooth connectivity introduced
· Universal Audio Interface introduced
· Active pop-up rear spoiler
· New light design with LEDs
· 18" wheels
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I just recently done a Perfomance Driver Club day at Millbrook with CAT Driver Training and had an absolute blast.
I am looking for anyone interested in a Cornering Masterclass day -- will get prices and dates availability, meanwhile here some info
Cornering Masterclass Day
Enjoyed the Performance Driver 'Track' Day and would like to progress to the next stage advancing your skills further? Or perhaps you're not getting the most from your track days, and would like to hone your performance driving skills in a safe and challenging environment? Through presentations and demonstrations in our cars, and nurtured training sessions in your car our instructors will guide you through a structured, fun and exciting training experience, dissecting the cornering process to a professional level. Polarised training designed to galvanise the relationship between minimised driver input and vehicle stability, with presentations in advanced vehicle dynamics and motor industry exercises designed to challenge both you and your car.
A full day experience for you and your car:
Professional in car tuition
Access to your favourite circuits
Professional motor industry training exercises
Lunch and refreshments throughout the day
Full emergency services on hand all day
1 hours 40 mins driving time with your personal instructor
CAT Driver Training info
CAT Driver Training is run by Colin and Jo Hoad. Colin used to work for a leading motor manufacturer in the UK as a Vehicle Evaluator and Driver Trainer and has gained extensive experience and qualifications in driver instruction. Colin is also certificated to instruct at Millbrook, his life has been spent working with his passion; motor cars - from racing Minis to the race preparation of performance cars. He has much experience of vehicles on both road and track and brings a very different approach to driver enjoyment.
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Sunday the 17th of March - hoping for some reasonable weather by then!
The Shuttleworth Collection
Old Warden Aerodrome
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 or the Swiss Gardens.
We will have a large reserved area as per last time and we'll be joined by our friends from the local TIPEC region also.
Look forward to seeing you there! 👍
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Always good to see exposure for the club - it's in the Feb 2019 issue if anybody is interested 👍
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