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^^ Well there you have it, the wonderful world of the internet.

I'd suggest you check the service manual. It should have provisions for the attention it would need. It's not like this has never happened to a Porsche, so the engineers most likely have covered the topic of low miles for this car.
 
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Originally Posted by STEVE KOJASEVIC View Post
to the OP, none of what these guys are saying is true.
4 months or 4 years, will not require any sort of maintenance on any car driven that amount

Really..?

http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tirete....jsp?techid=42
 
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Absolutely get the service done. A car like this that has not been driven is going to have some issues that you will not want to have to pay for later. Make sure the entire service is done too.

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i think the question is somewhat academic anyway. the only reason to get the service is if you plan to drive the car. why pay the premium for a 100 mile car if you plan to drive it???
 
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After 4 years of non usage, rubber, seals, bushings, would dry out and/or crack. Get the service.
I agree, for the cost in relation to the value of the car definitely get the service
 
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Originally Posted by WOODTSTER View Post
Do any of you know how much the 4 year service costs?

It aint cheap !
Doesn't matter. Neither is the car. If you are spending several hundred thousand dollars on the car, you darn well better make sure all of the fluids are fresh, and that none of the rubber seals have begun to rot.
 
 
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