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- Dec 5, 2006
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I wonder if there is a relaible way to tell if the car was a weekend cruiser vs. a track car. What are the tell tale signs? I know how to avoid repaint or accident cars as my family was in a car buisness, but I am not familiar at all with wear that is specific to competition cars.. I would def. want to avoid the track car.@Dino944 pretty much nailed it. Buy a 981 Cayman S and call it a day.
Can't remember if I shared or not, but the other week we went to the track for a private event using the track's cars. Got to drive a Cayman S, Alfa 4C, and a bunch of other cars.
I was chomping at the bit to get behind the wheel of the 4C, and it turned out to be the biggest disappointment of the bunch. On/off boost (which I hate). Intrusive TC. Overall just not an impressive car.
The Cayman S on the other hand? I was floored at how good it was (and we're talking about a beat-to-piss, 100k mile track beater here). Good looks. Perfectly balanced. Enough power.
The only drawback of the Cayman (981 and 718) is I find the cabin to be quite cramped and claustrophobic. So much so that I'm not sure I could drive one for any extended period of time. YMMV.