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im just redoing my interior now.still have to finish the doors


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Do you have any pics of the exterior of your car.
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RG500930,

Why is your Haggert shifter positioned higher? It looks to be resting on a transmission tunnel of a front engined car. Is this just photo, as I'm planning to buy the same shifter.

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no i built it that way.just personal taste.makes you feel like your sitting in a cockpit.and i wanted the shifter to be beside the steering wheel.i love it.i know its not for everyone.
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Old but still fairly clean.
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no i built it that way.just personal taste.makes you feel like your sitting in a cockpit.and i wanted the shifter to be beside the steering wheel.i love it.i know its not for everyone.

It reminds me of a CGT set up///
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Found this on a UK Porsche forum. Very unusual color combo.

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My car originally was the opposite as the one above - olive green exterior and burned orangish interior.
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Can you get your knee down around corners in the 930 Chris?!! Nice knee slider.
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Can you get your knee down around corners in the 930 Chris?!! Nice knee slider.
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not a 930 but out of the ordinary.
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Found this on a UK Porsche forum. Very unusual color combo.

I think that's GeorgeK's old 930. Love the kiln red exterior but I'm not too wild about an olive interior with any exterior color.
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1977 930 Aubergine / Black. Original, as early 80s built, CA street fighter with low compression, high rev, high boost (1.2 bar ), twin plug motor by Andial , early competition RUF 5 spd, period upgraded suspension, brakes, wheels with aluminum body panel upgrades F & R to accommodate 2 extra oil coolers and very large intercooler. Always avoided by concours devotes but I really like to drive this one as apposed to some of the other 930s available. My 28 year old son says , dad, keep this one for me. Eh.!!!

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However I do enjoy concours as my original 1979 930 silver / Lobster indicates.

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