Very nice build!!! Your Boxster loaner looks very similar to my build/order. The Porsche Code*
Also have an April delivery.
Also have an April delivery.
Did you get the OEM or ebay aftermarket?Already received a set of the clear markers.
Great minds think alike!!! I decided on the GT Silver after seeing it person. I always had Black or White cars so this will be a nice change--the GT Silver really Pops! You are right about the orange reflectors--they will be changed right away. I envy you the Boxster S--I purposely didn't drive one because I knew I would want it. ha ha If I stay on schedule my delivery is set for mid April.Hey Gallatin, My Boxster S, which was ordered in January for April delivery, is GT Silver and Bordeaux Red/Black full leather. It is such a classic Porsche combo. But those orange corner markers on GT Silver have to go! Already received a set of the clear markers.
PSE, PASM, PTV, SC
20" Carrera S wheels
14 way seats
My Macan GTS.What are you currently driving around??
Awesome, keep us posted on that. Just make sure you inspect it a lot before taking delivery since anything can happen from the time it leaves the plant to being on your driveway.I have a VIN...now waiting for a boat to get it over here. :nerd:
I was pretty patient waiting for my car until I started this "tracking" the boat stuff. First I had the wrong boat and thought my car had landed a week earlier than it did. When I figured out the correct boat, it took nearly 13 days for the darn boat to get to Rhode Island. They musta run out of the food for the hamsters powering that ship.I have a VIN...now waiting for a boat to get it over here. :nerd:
I can't help myself lol. Already looked up the possible schedules and boats. A soon as my SA gives me the dates I'm on it.I think maybe it's better just to wait for the call from the SA.
So here's how it goes when you track the boat: first you'll see a little icon that shows the boat leaving Emden and then as you track it it'll go through the English Channel into the open sea. Then the boat will just appear to sit there for a number of days, making no progress. At first I though the sailors were busy playing spin the bottle, but no, the GPS can't track the ship in the open sea (unless you pay to follow via satellite). You will get an estimated ETA at the U.S. port (for northeasterners, that would be Davisville, RI). Then you'll find that the ETA is off by a day or two (and never early). Finally, when the ship nears land, you'll be able track it again and even see the little tow boat icons moving to meet the ship and guide it to port. Exciting! But then you gotta wait all over again for the darn thing to show up at the dealer (about a week or so).I can't help myself lol. Already looked up the possible schedules and boats. A soon as my SA gives me the dates I'm on it.