Life is simple - eat, drink, drive a Porsche
Fuse to the fuel pump blew - apparently this is common on 911s of this age. Replaced the fuse and it's been fine since.
A brake caliper started leaking fluid. This is the fault of the guys who replaced the discs before I bought the car. Easily remedied.
The battery can go flat fairly quickly. Leave the head-lights on for ten minutes and it's a call to the AA to get her started.
This car takes a bit of getting used to, but when you're used to the tempermental gear box and unusual handling, it's a blast to drive.
My 911 is 26 years old and still turns heads, particularly when I open her up and that throaty roar makes itself heard.
She effortlessly leaves all, but the most powerful competitors in her dust.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 4th April, 2005