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I prefer the Ph2 dash because I used to drive a 156 and I find the Ph1 interior a little outdated... that being said I'm driving a Ph1 (with 24V V6, Ph2 seats) and sticking with it. I was considering a Ph2 dash conversion but it all seems too hard. I also prefer 5 speed gearbox, seems more natural than 6 speed. Also hear it's faster 0-100 kmh because of the ratios!
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I much prefer the look of the phase 2, but I'd love my 3.0 24v to have that big cable-operated throttlebody the phase 1 V6 has..
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I prefer the dash on the P2 and the cam cover on the P1 and the seats look better on the P2. I have had a P1 and looking for a P2 even tho I dont like the plastic engine cover
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I had a ph1 that had engine problems I was going to break it and bought a ph2 after 30 miles drive home I had ordered a new engine for the ph1 I used the ph2 till the engine was changed then sold it the ph1is a much not fun place to be
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