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This is a joke

Are you asking the question or telling us?

Its no worse than people selling parts diagrams or workshop manuals that are freely available to download.
 
Porsche Calipers said:
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/brembo-Fixed-Brake-Caliper-Pad-Instructions-98-8248-40-/171176719988?pt=UK_CarsParts_Vehicles_CarParts_SM&hash=item27daed7674#ht_1271wt_1161

Because you didn't think of it?

:?:

:dont know:


:)
 
I've got a PDF and CD manual for my new camera, sure I could print it all out, but if I saw a manual in booklet form that would fit in it's case, then I'd buy it.

Some people just like hard copies of stuff.
:thumbs:
 
I have an electronic copy of the MY1996 993 brochure.

But I thank goodness I managed to find a mint hard copy for "only" £35.

These go for north of £60 sometimes (and I'm not even talking about the "rare" ones!)

I should point it, apart from checking it was in there, I have kept it in its tissue-paper wrap, in a silver and white presentation box inside its brown corrugated cardboard packing protection box and only actually read the electronic copy.

Does this count towards my star on the Air-cooled Walk of Fame (AKA serious medication)?
 
GT4 said:
Does this count towards my star on the Air-cooled Walk of Fame (AKA serious medication)?

Only if you also have a brand new service book kept under lock and key for the day your old one runs out. :thumb:
 

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