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Wow What is it about white porsche race cars w/ minimal graphics that makes them pretty??

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Wow What is it about white porsche race cars w/ minimal graphics that makes them pretty??
Primarily the class and style of the owner!

From your earlier post on this thread.

" Apparently I'm bored and need to get back to work."

Wish you would get back to work and leave these good people on this thread alone. What you apparently need is a good shop to keep you busy where loyal customers can come and visit.

Does your wife know you are posting instead of working?
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I was wondering too who made the Brumos parts.

I like the side skirts as well.

They also had a full fiberglass tail that looked like the stock 930 tea tray.

I sent them an email once but got no response.

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I was wondering too who made the Brumos parts.

I like the side skirts as well.

I sent them an email once but got no response.

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Funny, I sent them an email almost three years ago asking about the Brumos car in question on this thread and got no response. I like the skirts, too.

Surely (don't call me Shirley) someone has to know something!!!! Even though the production numbers are so limited (one factory car?), there had to have been spares and molds to make them!! Endurance racing has a funny way on these types of parts!! I wonder if someone like VZ935 would know?
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I like... Do you have a GT2 wing on right now? I know the GT2 wing has merit but I don't ever think they look right on 930s. I think a kremer wing would look awesome on your car, more 935ish. BTW, I drool over your car all the time GJF, the attention to detail is spectacular.
No, I have a GJF 930 style tail but it is extended 3" back to fit my intercooler. I have dwelling on the thought of the Kremer tail but I also keep looking at the 911S Le Mans car that Porsche made in 93'.
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LOL I surely won't. I love the 959. I believe those hole are actually functional on a 959 which makes them perfectly lovable and in lieu w/ Porsche design.
Yes, the holes are for the intercoolers which are in the rear. The air is channeled through them and then out the vents in the lower part of the rear bumper.

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Wow, how did you find that post, Wayne?- 2008.
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So what, who, when, where, how is the source for this tail? Custom?
Its called Le Mans Tailbase and Getty Design has it. My friend has downsized to a Le Mans tail from a 935 wing(very heavy)

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