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I haven't really checked this out in some years. I've always loved the UT Porsche 993 series- they seemed to be spot on in proportions and had excellent details. Compared to some of todays AAs, they aren't amazing, but there's something about this line. Lets see some pics of yours!





 
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Nice model Trek.

These are getting few and far between. I never got round to getting a 993 TurboS, i only have the standard turbo.
Could you post some pics of the interior and front compartment (where engine should go :wink ).

BTW: nice plates

:cheers
 

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Beautiful models you guys!

Just wondering, what's considered a 'good' price for the Turbo S? I have a chance to acquire one for around 100 euro, but I am not sure if it is worth it or not? Also, is $110 CAD a decent price for a black 993 Turbo?
 
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Update- that eBay yellow turbo S ended at a touch under $140. Not into GT2 Evo range, but not bad :)
 

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Thanks for the tip Trek,

I have just acquired a brand new Turbo S for $136, not bad in my books considering I had seen them go a lot higher before and after I got mine!
As for the Turbo, I snatched one with a "buy it now" option for $35.....so I'm pretty happy about these right now!! :woohoo
 
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Im so glad I got my Black Turbo S a few years back for around $30 brand new.

Its amazing the prices that they pull now .....I mean I couldve bought a brand new Exoto Porsche 934 RSR in Black at the weekend for the same sort of money you gave for your Turbo S.

Its just crazy
 

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Cool (and RARE) P car you have there, Trek! :cheers

The same goes for the rest of you lucky people! :lol

BTW, Gary - I never knew they made a BLACK Turbo S. I thought they only made the Ss in red and yellow. :confused
 
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