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He divorced her twice; make of it what you will
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Would motorboat
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For the new Boxster, I think the rear tail lights are questionable like GF said then where it says "Porsche" on the rear is a little odd from photos but could look great in person.  It is somewhat disappointing they used wheels that are on current models then creating new different wheels for the Boxster.

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Well the design looks unchanged. Which makes it still one of the best Porsche designs in history, imho.

I just made the switch from a 981 to a turbo and it has more torque and delivers power more effortlessly. But with a lot less smoothness, drama, and uninspiring sound. Which makes it worse in my book, overall. I am guessing the 718 would be similar.

Finally, I do not like four bangers that make a lot of power through forced induction. There are other people who love high strung small cars. You'll find them driving Evos and Subarus. To each his own but that's not me. And I don't think that's Porsche's target market either. So when I drive it, I'd like to see if Porsche has done something that no ones ever done and built a four banger that feels like a Porsche
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Well the design looks unchanged. Which makes it still one of the best Porsche designs in history, imho.

I just made the switch from a 981 to a turbo and it has more torque and delivers power more effortlessly. But with a lot less smoothness, drama, and uninspiring sound. Which makes it worse in my book, overall. I am guessing the 718 would be similar.

Finally, I do not like four bangers that make a lot of power through forced induction. There are other people who love high strung small cars. You'll find them driving Evos and Subarus. To each his own but that's not me. And I don't think that's Porsche's target market either. So when I drive it, I'd like to see if Porsche has done something that no ones ever done and built a four banger that feels like a Porsche

I'm looking forward to it. If it keeps the go-kart/daily for adults feel of the 981, I'm down to frolic.
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It probably will. The chassis looks unchanged. If you don't mind a little turbo lag you'd probably still see it as a winner
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But with a lot less smoothness, drama, and uninspiring sound. Which makes it worse in my book, overall. I am guessing the 718 would be similar.

Finally, I do not like four bangers that make a lot of power through forced induction. There are other people who love high strung small cars. You'll find them driving Evos and Subarus. To each his own but that's not me. And I don't think that's Porsche's target market either. So when I drive it, I'd like to see if Porsche has done something that no ones ever done and built a four banger that feels like a Porsche

Sadly, wave of the future. I'm also constantly puzzled why so many people want to fool themselves, and try to fool you, into thinking these engines will drive remotely similar to NA larger displacement engines they're replacing. The old engines were much better to live with.
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I feel inclined to test drive a Cayman S this fine, Saturday afternoon.

But then I'd have to play that stupid dance with a salesperson after the test drive to talk about "next steps."

The only next step I have in mind is walking out of the dealership.

/douche
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I feel inclined to test drive a Cayman S this fine, Saturday afternoon.

But then I'd have to play that stupid dance with a salesperson after the test drive to talk about "next steps."

"Next steps" = HIV testing after unprotected sex with him? confused.gif
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"Next steps" = HIV testing after unprotected sex with him? confused.gif

Why does it have to be a "him?" you misogynistic, patriarchal shitlord scum?
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Why does it have to be a "him?" you misogynistic, patriarchal shitlord scum?

Because it's you?
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Reunited with my baby and it feels so good.

The thick, girthy, meaty steering wheel in my hands. The throaty sounds. The harsh, stiff ride.

Yes.
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Reunited with my baby and it feels so good.

The thick, girthy, meaty .... in my hands. The throaty sounds. The harsh, stiff ride.

What's his name.
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