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Hi there from Warsaw, Poland - I have just ordered my first ever Porsche - it is white Boxter T with manual transmission :cool:
Delivery is due on March 1st 2020 - can't wait !!

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shodan
Excellent choice of colour and especially cool to leave it with the manual transmission. Even though it's a bit of a wait, you'll get it after the worst winter weather.

Also very cool username; loved those games :geek:
 

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Well, my Polish is nonexistent, but looking at the pictures and some of the words, it looks like you got the important things, IMHO, such as Sports Chrono and PASM. I like the Entry & Drive, but suggest you get a Faraday pouch to put your key in when washing the car so your frunk doesn't open unexpectedly. Also, it is good for hiding the key's signal so you can use a trick to remove the key stub easily. Looks like a beauty!
 
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Well, my Polish is nonexistent, but looking at the pictures and some of the words, it looks like you got the important things, IMHO, such as Sports Chrono and PASM. I like the Entry & Drive, but suggest you get a Faraday pouch to put your key in when washing the car so your frunk doesn't open unexpectedly. Also, it is good for hiding the key's signal so you can use a trick to remove the key stub easily. Looks like a beauty!
I was lucky enough to learn about that from just the water spray causing the car to lock the first time I washed it. My first thought was "Oh no, was that from a short?" Then the light bulb...slowly...went on :unsure:. I leave the fob inside the house now.
 
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Thanks for the hint regarding Entry & Drive, I didn't know that.. By the way - do you go to automatic wash centers with your Boxter? I wonder if it's safe for the tent roof?
I think you will find the consensus here will be most would be aghast at the very suggestion of getting our cars washed mechanically. I think doing so with a Boxster would be problematic on several points, however, I once took Carmen the Cayman to a no-touch car wash in an emergency and got the most basic of spraying because I have a ceramic coating on my car that doesn't require, or particularly like, a wax coating on it. I did have to take a couple of my high-absorbent car-drying towels with me to dry the car after this effrontery and haven't seen any negative effects. Typically, I use the tried and true two-bucket hand washing method. There is much more on this subject in the Car Care & Detailing sub forum.
 
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