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Greetings fellow 992 enthusiasts!

By way of introduction, I traded up to acquire my '21 S cabriolet from Porsche Downtown Chicago. Acquisition was a long process involving a boatload of luck and a multitude of months engaging with the GM of a dealership that was not yet open when I first made contact. My patience paid off. Downtown Chicago Porsche is now open. Hats off to the dealership's GM, who played fair and square and made the complicated process of securing my dream vehicle come true!

I'm learning to love my beautiful C2S cab more with every passing mile. Always been a manual shifter kind of guy but I have to say., the PDK in this thing exudes irresistible symphonic pleasure, especially with Sport Exhaust.

The only post-purchase investment so far: indoor cover and protective film.
 

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Greetings fellow 992 enthusiasts!

By way of introduction, I traded up to acquire my '21 S cabriolet from Porsche Downtown Chicago. Acquisition was a long process involving a boatload of luck and a multitude of months engaging with the GM of a dealership that was not yet open when I first made contact. My patience paid off. Downtown Chicago Porsche is now open, a brand new dealership in downtown Windy City. Hats off to the dealership's GM, who played fair and square and made the complicated process of securing my dream vehicle come true!

Based on personal experience, I can highly recommend PDC to any interested buyer of a 992 or other Porsche, especially those in Chicago Land.

I'm learning to love my beautiful C2S cab more with every passing mile. Always been a manual shifter kind of guy but I have to say., the PDK in this thing exudes irresistible symphonic pleasure, especially with Sport Exhaust deployed.

Since taking ownership, I've totally followed the manufacturer's break-in recommendations--no revs over 4,000 in the first 2,000 miles. Only a couple of hundred miles to go and we'll begin expanding the power band a tad bit more. -:) The only post-purchase investment so far: Protective film applied to front half of hood, headlamps, lower sides, rear view mirrors.

Meanwhile, I'm looking for a suitable nickname. Maybe you can help. Spouse likes "401 K" (ha!). Personally leaning towards "Danica" (Hebrew word for morning star) or "Michelangelo" (honoring our favorite tour guide ever in Sicilia, a guy with a name for the ages). Open to suggestions ... fire away!
Post some pics 馃槑馃槑馃槑
 
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