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The 997.2 is nearly perfect, so I better just get rid of it.

I just cannot settle on a permanent car.  Perhaps my lot in life is to buy, spend and sell over and over?  I don't know what's wrong with me, but I like what I'm doing and am not ashamed (okay may a little).  Well not too ashamed anyway. I think the Carrera marks my 60th vehicle in my 52years on this earth.   It will likely be my Porsche Swansong, they have gotten too collectable to buy inexpensively these days.  I will always be a fan but think it's just too expensive an asset to have lying around when I work from home and have 2 other cars.  My 2010 Carrera 4S was a step in the right direction. The last "small" 911 is also the last one with true hydraulic steering assist. While the 997.2 may just be the best analogue Porsche left for under $100,000, your definition of analogue can vary quite a bit. Before manual transmissions are gone forever, I think I'll need just one more 3 pedal car. I am quite sure I'll be sending it down the road once I get a f