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    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Quote:
    STRADALE said:
    I didn't know who sold the 55 for a 65.
    Dude - You are serioulsy my feakin hero.



    LOL stradale i traded in the 55 when i decided to buy the 65, it was like 3-4 weeks ago, where've you been!

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    No regrets. Not a single one. It's the best color for the 911 by far.

    Wax it once a month and use filtered water when washing. It will always look 100 percent new.

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Black is fantastic. Silver is equally great.

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Black is fantastic. Silver is equally great.2

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    And I thought BLACK was the only color. I'm on my third black P-car.

    http://homepage.mac.com/wross3/996TTCab/PhotoAlbum22.html

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Quote:
    cartouche said:
    IMO a car that would be always clean and glittering would look like a collection car or a sunday car for sunday driver, fearing to really use it for what it's made !
    It's nice to drive a glittering clean car, but as everything, it becomes boring if it's all the time the same !
    I do like sometimes to have a dirty car, sometimes a clean one.
    Dirtiness and dust means that an object has been used and that it has a story.
    A permanent clean car seems to come directly out of the showroom, it doesn't live, it's "toc" (fake, spurious...)
    What about the wrinkles on your face ?
    Don't you like it ?
    Do you systematically try to hide it ?
    Obessionality doesn't preserve us from the Chaos, just makes it more threating, and doesn't postpone the end, just makes the way more painful !
    So buy a black one if you like it, and don't worry !




    Huh??? I guess you and I are cut from different cloth. "Has a story"??? Yeah, and that story is, if a Porsche could talk, "Save me from my owner!"

    I'm sorry, but I find nothing romantic about leaving dirty equipment dirty for any extended time. Yes, it's fun getting them dirty, but then, you've got to suck it up and clean her up. Even race teams are QUICK to clean up their car between runs, so it looks proud and proper, and reflects well on the driver and team.

    Racing dirtbikes, you get DIRTY, and it's an absolute blast. It's fun getting them dirty. You can't tell what color the bike used to be after a race. But before everybody at the race loads up their equipment, there's a long line down at the waterhoses, and guys sharing pressure washers, as EVERBODY gets their bike and gear tight and right and looking new again before they load back into the trailer. None of the top teams toss dirty stuff into their trailers to take home. It's an ethic, it's the way you treat your hard-earned stuff with respect. The guys who don't, are the trailer-trash hacks who don't find it important. They rarely are competitive either, I wonder what the relationship is there??

    It's no different than making your bed in the morning, or cleaning your tools before you put them away, or sweeping out the shop after you've finished a day's work. It's about having respect for the things you've worked hard to earn, and not taking glee or satisfaction in the demise of those expensive tools.

    A car IS like a human body. Do you just "let your body go" because you think that rolls of fat, stench and odor, and general neglect of your physical health and appearance is somehow admirable, or cool, or tells your story better?? "Look at me, I've lived a full life, and I look like warmed-over death....I smell like it too....that's what I was born for, right???". Not in my book. Yes, someday we'll all get wrinkles and sag a bit. But I don't use that as an excuse to just give up, and let myself go to hell. I'm not going to give up and just say "f*** it", and stop bathing regularly, and not shave, and instead of taking the garbage to the curb, just start piling up the bags in my living room like a psychopath, and start eating donuts and sticks of butter every meal, all because death and entropy is unavoidable. I've got my self pride, I'll do my best to keep my body and my health tip-top, and I'll wear clean underwear every day too. I won't have plastic surgery, or swallow a bunch of pills. I'll just have pride and ambition to take reasonable care of myself.

    I'll take care of my car too, and with 100,000 miles on it, it'll still look dynamite, rather than looking like it got BLOWN UP by dynamite!!

    But that's just my view. We're a diverse crowd from all around the world here. I know that you're not anything like the extremes I went too here, Cartouche!!! I was just off on a tangent, ranting about sloppy people. You may not be sloppy at all, I don't know, it's the internet. Just take my rant at face value, that's all it is!!!

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Today I saw a mat black 996 in town...
    I had heared about this car before, but had not seen it yet. The owner always paints his cars in mat black...!!!
    It seemed clean

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Quote:
    69bossnine said:
    Quote:
    cartouche said:
    IMO a car that would be always clean and glittering would look like a collection car or a sunday car for sunday driver, fearing to really use it for what it's made !
    It's nice to drive a glittering clean car, but as everything, it becomes boring if it's all the time the same !
    I do like sometimes to have a dirty car, sometimes a clean one.
    Dirtiness and dust means that an object has been used and that it has a story.
    A permanent clean car seems to come directly out of the showroom, it doesn't live, it's "toc" (fake, spurious...)
    What about the wrinkles on your face ?
    Don't you like it ?
    Do you systematically try to hide it ?
    Obessionality doesn't preserve us from the Chaos, just makes it more threating, and doesn't postpone the end, just makes the way more painful !
    So buy a black one if you like it, and don't worry !




    Huh??? I guess you and I are cut from different cloth. "Has a story"??? Yeah, and that story is, if a Porsche could talk, "Save me from my owner!"

    I'm sorry, but I find nothing romantic about leaving dirty equipment dirty for any extended time. Yes, it's fun getting them dirty, but then, you've got to suck it up and clean her up. Even race teams are QUICK to clean up their car between runs, so it looks proud and proper, and reflects well on the driver and team.

    Racing dirtbikes, you get DIRTY, and it's an absolute blast. It's fun getting them dirty. You can't tell what color the bike used to be after a race. But before everybody at the race loads up their equipment, there's a long line down at the waterhoses, and guys sharing pressure washers, as EVERBODY gets their bike and gear tight and right and looking new again before they load back into the trailer. None of the top teams toss dirty stuff into their trailers to take home. It's an ethic, it's the way you treat your hard-earned stuff with respect. The guys who don't, are the trailer-trash hacks who don't find it important. They rarely are competitive either, I wonder what the relationship is there??

    It's no different than making your bed in the morning, or cleaning your tools before you put them away, or sweeping out the shop after you've finished a day's work. It's about having respect for the things you've worked hard to earn, and not taking glee or satisfaction in the demise of those expensive tools.

    A car IS like a human body. Do you just "let your body go" because you think that rolls of fat, stench and odor, and general neglect of your physical health and appearance is somehow admirable, or cool, or tells your story better?? "Look at me, I've lived a full life, and I look like warmed-over death....I smell like it too....that's what I was born for, right???". Not in my book. Yes, someday we'll all get wrinkles and sag a bit. But I don't use that as an excuse to just give up, and let myself go to hell. I'm not going to give up and just say "f*** it", and stop bathing regularly, and not shave, and instead of taking the garbage to the curb, just start piling up the bags in my living room like a psychopath, and start eating donuts and sticks of butter every meal, all because death and entropy is unavoidable. I've got my self pride, I'll do my best to keep my body and my health tip-top, and I'll wear clean underwear every day too. I won't have plastic surgery, or swallow a bunch of pills. I'll just have pride and ambition to take reasonable care of myself.

    I'll take care of my car too, and with 100,000 miles on it, it'll still look dynamite, rather than looking like it got BLOWN UP by dynamite!!

    But that's just my view. We're a diverse crowd from all around the world here. I know that you're not anything like the extremes I went too here, Cartouche!!! I was just off on a tangent, ranting about sloppy people. You may not be sloppy at all, I don't know, it's the internet. Just take my rant at face value, that's all it is!!!



    ROTFLMAO!!!!!Ohhhhh man, my eyes are tearing I was laughing so hard.
    Thanks man !

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Quote:
    Mike S said:
    Quote:
    STRADALE said:
    I didn't know who sold the 55 for a 65.
    Dude - You are serioulsy my feakin hero.



    LOL stradale i traded in the 55 when i decided to buy the 65, it was like 3-4 weeks ago, where've you been!



    Yeah, I saw your post today on the AMG board.
    Most of the time I either look on the 997 or Ferrari board and that's it. I have to get out to the other boards more often.
    Congrats again. The SL65 is a sick auto.

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Quote:
    STRADALE said:
    Quote:
    69bossnine said:
    Quote:
    cartouche said:
    IMO a car that would be always clean and glittering would look like a collection car or a sunday car for sunday driver, fearing to really use it for what it's made !
    It's nice to drive a glittering clean car, but as everything, it becomes boring if it's all the time the same !
    I do like sometimes to have a dirty car, sometimes a clean one.
    Dirtiness and dust means that an object has been used and that it has a story.
    A permanent clean car seems to come directly out of the showroom, it doesn't live, it's "toc" (fake, spurious...)
    What about the wrinkles on your face ?
    Don't you like it ?
    Do you systematically try to hide it ?
    Obessionality doesn't preserve us from the Chaos, just makes it more threating, and doesn't postpone the end, just makes the way more painful !
    So buy a black one if you like it, and don't worry !




    Huh??? I guess you and I are cut from different cloth. "Has a story"??? Yeah, and that story is, if a Porsche could talk, "Save me from my owner!"

    I'm sorry, but I find nothing romantic about leaving dirty equipment dirty for any extended time. Yes, it's fun getting them dirty, but then, you've got to suck it up and clean her up. Even race teams are QUICK to clean up their car between runs, so it looks proud and proper, and reflects well on the driver and team.

    Racing dirtbikes, you get DIRTY, and it's an absolute blast. It's fun getting them dirty. You can't tell what color the bike used to be after a race. But before everybody at the race loads up their equipment, there's a long line down at the waterhoses, and guys sharing pressure washers, as EVERBODY gets their bike and gear tight and right and looking new again before they load back into the trailer. None of the top teams toss dirty stuff into their trailers to take home. It's an ethic, it's the way you treat your hard-earned stuff with respect. The guys who don't, are the trailer-trash hacks who don't find it important. They rarely are competitive either, I wonder what the relationship is there??

    It's no different than making your bed in the morning, or cleaning your tools before you put them away, or sweeping out the shop after you've finished a day's work. It's about having respect for the things you've worked hard to earn, and not taking glee or satisfaction in the demise of those expensive tools.

    A car IS like a human body. Do you just "let your body go" because you think that rolls of fat, stench and odor, and general neglect of your physical health and appearance is somehow admirable, or cool, or tells your story better?? "Look at me, I've lived a full life, and I look like warmed-over death....I smell like it too....that's what I was born for, right???". Not in my book. Yes, someday we'll all get wrinkles and sag a bit. But I don't use that as an excuse to just give up, and let myself go to hell. I'm not going to give up and just say "f*** it", and stop bathing regularly, and not shave, and instead of taking the garbage to the curb, just start piling up the bags in my living room like a psychopath, and start eating donuts and sticks of butter every meal, all because death and entropy is unavoidable. I've got my self pride, I'll do my best to keep my body and my health tip-top, and I'll wear clean underwear every day too. I won't have plastic surgery, or swallow a bunch of pills. I'll just have pride and ambition to take reasonable care of myself.

    I'll take care of my car too, and with 100,000 miles on it, it'll still look dynamite, rather than looking like it got BLOWN UP by dynamite!!

    But that's just my view. We're a diverse crowd from all around the world here. I know that you're not anything like the extremes I went too here, Cartouche!!! I was just off on a tangent, ranting about sloppy people. You may not be sloppy at all, I don't know, it's the internet. Just take my rant at face value, that's all it is!!!



    ROTFLMAO!!!!!Ohhhhh man, my eyes are tearing I was laughing so hard.
    Thanks man !



    You had the stamina to read it all ..

    throt..

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Quote:
    69bossnine said:
    Quote:
    cartouche said:
    IMO a car that would be always clean and glittering would look like a collection car or a sunday car for sunday driver, fearing to really use it for what it's made !
    It's nice to drive a glittering clean car, but as everything, it becomes boring if it's all the time the same !
    I do like sometimes to have a dirty car, sometimes a clean one.
    Dirtiness and dust means that an object has been used and that it has a story.
    A permanent clean car seems to come directly out of the showroom, it doesn't live, it's "toc" (fake, spurious...)
    What about the wrinkles on your face ?
    Don't you like it ?
    Do you systematically try to hide it ?
    Obessionality doesn't preserve us from the Chaos, just makes it more threating, and doesn't postpone the end, just makes the way more painful !
    So buy a black one if you like it, and don't worry !




    Huh??? I guess you and I are cut from different cloth. "Has a story"??? Yeah, and that story is, if a Porsche could talk, "Save me from my owner!"

    I'm sorry, but I find nothing romantic about leaving dirty equipment dirty for any extended time. Yes, it's fun getting them dirty, but then, you've got to suck it up and clean her up. Even race teams are QUICK to clean up their car between runs, so it looks proud and proper, and reflects well on the driver and team.

    Racing dirtbikes, you get DIRTY, and it's an absolute blast. It's fun getting them dirty. You can't tell what color the bike used to be after a race. But before everybody at the race loads up their equipment, there's a long line down at the waterhoses, and guys sharing pressure washers, as EVERBODY gets their bike and gear tight and right and looking new again before they load back into the trailer. None of the top teams toss dirty stuff into their trailers to take home. It's an ethic, it's the way you treat your hard-earned stuff with respect. The guys who don't, are the trailer-trash hacks who don't find it important. They rarely are competitive either, I wonder what the relationship is there??

    It's no different than making your bed in the morning, or cleaning your tools before you put them away, or sweeping out the shop after you've finished a day's work. It's about having respect for the things you've worked hard to earn, and not taking glee or satisfaction in the demise of those expensive tools.

    A car IS like a human body. Do you just "let your body go" because you think that rolls of fat, stench and odor, and general neglect of your physical health and appearance is somehow admirable, or cool, or tells your story better?? "Look at me, I've lived a full life, and I look like warmed-over death....I smell like it too....that's what I was born for, right???". Not in my book. Yes, someday we'll all get wrinkles and sag a bit. But I don't use that as an excuse to just give up, and let myself go to hell. I'm not going to give up and just say "f*** it", and stop bathing regularly, and not shave, and instead of taking the garbage to the curb, just start piling up the bags in my living room like a psychopath, and start eating donuts and sticks of butter every meal, all because death and entropy is unavoidable. I've got my self pride, I'll do my best to keep my body and my health tip-top, and I'll wear clean underwear every day too. I won't have plastic surgery, or swallow a bunch of pills. I'll just have pride and ambition to take reasonable care of myself.

    I'll take care of my car too, and with 100,000 miles on it, it'll still look dynamite, rather than looking like it got BLOWN UP by dynamite!!

    But that's just my view. We're a diverse crowd from all around the world here. I know that you're not anything like the extremes I went too here, Cartouche!!! I was just off on a tangent, ranting about sloppy people. You may not be sloppy at all, I don't know, it's the internet. Just take my rant at face value, that's all it is!!!



    Priceless passion by proud owners of machinery! ... Completely exhausting to read... then after... A joy to know that I am not alone in my robotic habit of wiping down after a spirited drive!

    LOL... peace out gents!



    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Quote:
    69bossnine said:
    Quote:
    cartouche said:
    IMO a car that would be always clean and glittering would look like a collection car or a sunday car for sunday driver, fearing to really use it for what it's made !
    It's nice to drive a glittering clean car, but as everything, it becomes boring if it's all the time the same !
    I do like sometimes to have a dirty car, sometimes a clean one.
    Dirtiness and dust means that an object has been used and that it has a story.
    A permanent clean car seems to come directly out of the showroom, it doesn't live, it's "toc" (fake, spurious...)
    What about the wrinkles on your face ?
    Don't you like it ?
    Do you systematically try to hide it ?
    Obessionality doesn't preserve us from the Chaos, just makes it more threating, and doesn't postpone the end, just makes the way more painful !
    So buy a black one if you like it, and don't worry !




    Huh??? I guess you and I are cut from different cloth. "Has a story"??? Yeah, and that story is, if a Porsche could talk, "Save me from my owner!"

    I'm sorry, but I find nothing romantic about leaving dirty equipment dirty for any extended time. Yes, it's fun getting them dirty, but then, you've got to suck it up and clean her up. Even race teams are QUICK to clean up their car between runs, so it looks proud and proper, and reflects well on the driver and team.

    Racing dirtbikes, you get DIRTY, and it's an absolute blast. It's fun getting them dirty. You can't tell what color the bike used to be after a race. But before everybody at the race loads up their equipment, there's a long line down at the waterhoses, and guys sharing pressure washers, as EVERBODY gets their bike and gear tight and right and looking new again before they load back into the trailer. None of the top teams toss dirty stuff into their trailers to take home. It's an ethic, it's the way you treat your hard-earned stuff with respect. The guys who don't, are the trailer-trash hacks who don't find it important. They rarely are competitive either, I wonder what the relationship is there??

    It's no different than making your bed in the morning, or cleaning your tools before you put them away, or sweeping out the shop after you've finished a day's work. It's about having respect for the things you've worked hard to earn, and not taking glee or satisfaction in the demise of those expensive tools.

    A car IS like a human body. Do you just "let your body go" because you think that rolls of fat, stench and odor, and general neglect of your physical health and appearance is somehow admirable, or cool, or tells your story better?? "Look at me, I've lived a full life, and I look like warmed-over death....I smell like it too....that's what I was born for, right???". Not in my book. Yes, someday we'll all get wrinkles and sag a bit. But I don't use that as an excuse to just give up, and let myself go to hell. I'm not going to give up and just say "f*** it", and stop bathing regularly, and not shave, and instead of taking the garbage to the curb, just start piling up the bags in my living room like a psychopath, and start eating donuts and sticks of butter every meal, all because death and entropy is unavoidable. I've got my self pride, I'll do my best to keep my body and my health tip-top, and I'll wear clean underwear every day too. I won't have plastic surgery, or swallow a bunch of pills. I'll just have pride and ambition to take reasonable care of myself.

    I'll take care of my car too, and with 100,000 miles on it, it'll still look dynamite, rather than looking like it got BLOWN UP by dynamite!!

    But that's just my view. We're a diverse crowd from all around the world here. I know that you're not anything like the extremes I went too here, Cartouche!!! I was just off on a tangent, ranting about sloppy people. You may not be sloppy at all, I don't know, it's the internet. Just take my rant at face value, that's all it is!!!


    Well, dear 69bossnine and other friends rennteamers, as I said : yes I do like sometimes to have a dirty car, sometimes a clean one. So there will be AT LEAST ONE lazy stinking psychopath here on this pretty clean forum, among an army of courageous carriers of clean underwear, who are proudly and ambitiously facing death, entropy, garbage in their living-rooms and filth on their cars.
    ...I'm thinking to change my avatar in "sloppy". Sounds sympathetic to me...

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Quote:
    STRADALE said:
    Yeah, I saw your post today on the AMG board.
    Most of the time I either look on the 997 or Ferrari board and that's it. I have to get out to the other boards more often.
    Congrats again. The SL65 is a sick auto.



    eheheh thanks, the 997 and ferrari board(lol that's understandable! ) you should check all of them, sometimes you miss out on one or two interesting things
    btw did you see my thread about the sound differences between the 2?

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    black all the way


    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Black always looks good in the shade .. but in direct sunlight it can be a whole other story depending on the angle of the car ... how clean it is ... ect. etc .. but I still love it especially when it is in the shade .

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Quote:
    OCEAN said:
    Black always looks good in the shade .. but in direct sunlight it can be a whole other story depending on the angle of the car ... how clean it is ... ect. etc .. but I still love it especially when it is in the shade .


    Here's a bit dirty and in direct sunlight :

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    i see....:)
    i see also that you moved to another country

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    i love black,
    but a car is for use, not for the show.
    so the color is not so important.
    choose what you most like.
    if you not can choose and you dont like dirty dust on it,
    take silver than.

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    That bird looks pretty clean to me .........

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    O.K. Cartouche, I fixed up your bird a bit. He looked a bit show-off-ish and vain. Now he's got CHARACTER, by crikey!!! He's got a story to tell!!!! He was BORN TO FLY, FLY OR DIE MAN!!!!, not to prance around like some dolled-up New Orleans pansy in a bird bath!! Now if my computer artistry skills were any better, I could hook him up with a cheap cigarette, a coffee can for "donations", and a "will work for food" sign. Then he'd really be chic!

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Well done, 69bossnine !
    your sense of humor is always a pleasure.
    Your bird has some reasons to look show-off-ish and vain : he looks like shooted in breast by a cal 12 shotgun charged with "chevrotine" (00)

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    your sense of humor is not far behind my good man... sloppy cartouche

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    The blood stains were my best attempt to symbolize rock-chips....

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Sorry to invade your board with a picture of a '06 987 S but I'm going to, cause it's black and it's damn beautiful. It's seriously the classiest colors IMHO, and I'd even go as far as calling it a humble color (as opposed to speed yellow . It came down to Atlas Gray, GT Silver and Black. Basalt black I thought had an identity crisis - wasn't really black, with a speckling of gray. GT Silver also cost an arm, a leg, an ear and an eye so I went with black, and I have no regrets. Btw, on this picture I'm attaching, how do I get this sticky stuff off my wheels - I wouldn't call it tar, but it's like someone just peeled off a sticker off my wheel prematurely and left the adhesive on the tire...



    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    nice but get some sidemarkers I think you would like the look ..............

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    goo gone or 3m adhesive removal will work.

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    The black stuff on your Classics is actually rubber from your tires... it it difficult to remove because it is hot when it attaches itself. I use Tarminator tar, grease and sap remover, removes it extremely easy, like your wiping off dust. Bought it at AutoZone. Beautiful car, I've got straight black with Classics too, love that look!

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Thanks for the compliment - I guess I've been driving too fast through corners :-D

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    Actually, I thought that black stuff was left over adhesive material from the protective barriers placed during shipping. Is that incorrect?

    Re: Any regrets choosing black?

    I'm not really sure - when I first picked it up in the showroom I didn't notice it (but that's probably cause I was so excited I really didn't get a chance to look - especially since they put my car in between a Gallardo and a Continental GT in the showroom) - I noticed it after a couple of drives....it comes off but it takes forever to pull off....it could be the adhesive - but I'd think the dealer would have cleaned that up in time for delivery

     
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