How do I retrive an expired listing or contact the dealer?


Asked by May 13, 2016 at 11:01 PM about the 2008 Porsche 911 Turbo AWD Convertible

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

6 Answers


I'd recommend punching the orange question mark in the corner~

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Way to go Bob, totally useless answer, I'll bet you think you're funny. I tried Orange ?, it just lets you ask a question. If you can't give a helpfull answer keep your fucking mouth shut!


Jeez, fella---answering all the questions to the best of my ability...the orange question mark puts you into the arena of know there will be a variety of options when you go to your initial listing...possibly something you overlooked on your home need for profanity with me...


Sorry, but your answer came across as "click on the question mark, dumbass". I'm astute enough to have tried that and any other "links" that would appear to connect me to someone that could answer my question. After 24 hours and no answer, I was trying the general question category. If you had said something like "the question mark will send a msg to management"; I would not have responded that way. Also I was having a bad day with another car web site that was questioning my intelligence about how to use there non-intuitive web site instead of answering my question. Chuck

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it's perfectly okay Chuck...we must remember 1> all questions are theoretical...(as we cannotg actually see) 2> all answers are Free as well 3> one gets to walk away with a thing or two that was not considered....4> I've got an unique opportunity to "strut my stuff" Oil painting wise...and 5> with my Engineering Background and 3 years as a professional Sunday mechanic in Berkeley feel as though my experience has NOT gone to gave me the "spank" for the first weinermobile...some people's kids, I tell ya~


hat is certainly off to you my it takes Three mechanics to change a clutch on one of those~

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