It was with a heavy heart I watched as the tail-lights of my beloved '96 355 Spider disappeared up the drive, complete with its new owner. I'd read these pages with interest (and sometimes sympathy) as David Yu was hit by some pretty hefty bills on his 355, and was glad that I had managed to avoid the same punishment. Even so, after nearly 40,000 miles and three years of owning a classic Ferrari, the time had come for a change.
|Date acquired||September 2004|
|Costs this month||£0|
|Mileage this month||1620|
|MPG this month||12.0|Visit/porsche/cayman/202238/porsche-cayman-gts-40-2020-review-a-cut-price-cayman-gt4
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