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***___UUUUUUFFFFFFFF___*** to both those iterations. UUUFFF, again.

UFFF



The Guards car is particularly motivating IMO. Seen it 1-2x here before, quite titlating. The rocker decal is an astounding touch - much moreso than the reverse direction of 'that' concept on me local budz's 996GT2 that he just put the 997 rocker decal on. Jury's still out for me on that iteration - blk car mit PCCB's mit matching yellow belts but the yellow script is just off for me, in color hue and too modern a font for the 'era' of the car - ooops sorry I digress.

JFairman / Keith - dooo eeet... report back 8-)


ps. UUUUUUUFFFF again...
LOL Paul! Dude, i swear u and my 7 month old speak the same language

Ducktails rule. It is the quintessential example of the (early) Porsche ethos of form adhering to function resulting in a timeless design. Every time i see one, i am amazed at how good they look on the 911, any 911. And the cool thing is how they worked.

I always thought a super wide RSR would look great with one.....hmmmm
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