See the Panorama Article "Buying an Entry Level Porsche" (includes purchase details on Porsche 911, 944, Boxster)...
Join the Quest Program:
And then of course there are the usual suspects, in order of size:
And more grassroots:
Consider the excellent buying guide from Excellence Magazine:
What to look for in a PPI?
Get a PPI from a shop that is a Porsche Specialist. In particular, it should have the Porsche factory computer diagnostic equipment (PIWIS) for late model cars (>1999), and certified / experienced staff.
Read a solid overview of what a good PPI covers, again in Excellence Magazine: Dec 2012 (Part 1) & Jan 2013 (Part 2).
You may contact BCIR club members also, who time permitting may help you with your search for the right Porsche...
Importing a Porsche into Canada
Ensure the vehicle can be registered in Canada (according to the Canadian Government).
To find out, go to the Registrar of Imported Vehicles, aka RIV:
Check exact make & model in the listings at http://www.tc.gc.ca/roadsafety/importation/VAFUS/list/VAFUS.pdf.
Note that you can actually talk to the RIV by phone (1-888-848-8240).
For late models with warranty, talk to a Canadian dealer to ensure that your warranty will be covered.
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