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  2. I’ll have your model please if it’s still for sale. I’m not sure I can make the meet yet so would you be willing to post it? Happy to whatever expenses you incur. Thanks. Stu. 

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  5. Being a darker colour it shows the rash quite badly. I know now why everyone has silver or white!
  6. Keep me in the loop on this one mate. I have a aqua blue as well
  7. I've got an Aqua Blue Cayman, with the usual gravel rash on the back arches. I've just bought the Chipex kit, so I'll let you know how I get on when the weather improves.
  8. richardjjs

    986 gear knob removal.

    Not as easy as you would think It does POP of but if you don't want to damage it!
  9. RobScott

    986 gear knob removal.

    Nope, just yank it till it pops off..... kinda what you do as a 14 yr old kid.....
  10. charlieboy2608

    986 gear knob removal.

    Thanks Mike! Is there no glue to be heated or twisting involved?
  11. mike597

    986 gear knob removal.

    Lift the gaiter by unclipping it and then give the knob a good sharp tug upwards.
  12. charlieboy2608

    986 gear knob removal.

    I know this has been mentioned before but a search doesn't turn up anything. 986S 2002 pre-faclift. As the title suggests how do you remove the gear knob so I can replace/renovate it please? Thanks in advance
  13. Nickyg63

    Fit aftermarket heated seat kits.

    it was a generic eBay kit, looks like it could a waeco but no branding was apparent
  14. Patrick1964

    Fit aftermarket heated seat kits.

    I believe it’s a Waeco kit
  15. If your still looking for floor mats try ebay.

  16. John K

    Pleasantly surprised

    ... A good price and good on you for the "all mods declared"
  17. I'm not as old as some of the Saga folk on here but was pleasantly surprised by my renewal quotation from Locktons. £345 all mods declared and agreed value. Just need to remember to cancel the PCGB membership this year.
  18. Boxob

    A Plan Insurance

    Have 3 cars and house insured through A-Plan. Consistently good quotes often bettering the premium of the year before.
  19. CMA

    A Plan Insurance

    Oh yeah....oops, thought this was a new thread, didn't see page 1... note to self "Read the page properly before replying" 🤣🤣🤣
  20. Davidbf1.com

    A Plan Insurance

    Thanks @CMA, noticed your comment from Dec 16 within this thread.
  21. CMA

    A Plan Insurance

    Used them a fair bit with the kit cars I had. Never had an issue. Also used them for my Audi, very competitive quote and then I had to claim a non fault accident 3 years ago (my car was parked when hit) put into their claim process and passed to a claims handling company, not sure if part of APlan or not. Very efficient and smooth process to resolve for me.
  22. Davidbf1.com

    A Plan Insurance

    Thanks @map, good to hear.
  23. map

    A Plan Insurance

    Have used them consistently for the last few years - I insure a couple of heavily modified P cars with them and they always manage to find proper cover for sensible money given the context of the modifications/on street parking/full work use including customers in the car (not a Taxi) and higher than average mileages. Not had to claim yet but they’ve been very responsive on thevodd occasion where I’ve not been 100% about something.
  24. Davidbf1.com

    A Plan Insurance

    Hi all, looking through this old thread, the general consensus I’ve picked-up seems to be that A-Plan are a decent outfit? I’m renewing my insurance for the 3rd time on my BGTS, first year was with M***ings, second year with AS F**x. Very happy with both previous insurers, but renewal with current insurer is up by about £100 - with no motoring convictions, accidents/claims or modifications or change of address etc to justify the increase. Can’t get through to L**kt*ns who are a PCGB partner, and M***nings to be fair are at least consistent with what they’d quoted last year, but still several hundred ££’s adrift from where I am. A-Plan have just given me a very palatable quote - that’s before I read here they’ll offer some discount for BoXa.net members - and having discussed level of cover etc on the phone, I’m heading towards renewing with them - even if Fl*x suddenly “lose” the additional £100 proposed renewal, for retaining my business. I value any company that will work hard to offer their most competitive rates from the off, without requiring a lengthy to & fro to get there. Reading this thread, doesn’t look like I have anything to worry about going with A-Plan? David
  25. I had an old bottle of paint brush cleaner lying around so used that to clean the tool after I had finished with it. Could probably have cleaned the reservoir bit better using a cotton bud or something but made sure that I used the cleaning tool to poke any paint through the nib. Even left the cleaning tool in place for half an hour to prevent paint drying up inside the nib part and potentially blocking it for future use. Might have another go at the small cluster of chips on the bumper to see if I can make it look better next weekend. Will find out if I cleaned the tool out properly then!
  26. Good stuff. I have some on my bonnet and being black they do show up. I have a couple of paint options. Chipex and an OEM Porsche touch up paint. Just need the time and inclination to have a go. What did you clean yours with? Standard thinners?
  27. It was a lot more difficult to find it to take the picture, so yeah, pleased with that. The cluster on the bumper doesn't look so good, though and I think I might need to put some more paint in those. When I zoom into the "after" picture of the bumper ones I think I can see some bits that I missed. This was using a premixed, non-official, touch up paint I got off eBay. Not bad for a first attempt, I suppose! I'm no artist (or photographing, either 😂) and was surprised I didn't put little dots all over the place, to be honest
  28. Looks good to me, that’s about as good as you get touching in stone chips 🍟
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