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48's not a bad number...
Old 07-19-2010, 02:38 PM
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48's not a bad number...
ITS( 40) JUST A BAD PHOTO BUT IT WAS A FUN MILE AND A HALF
replaced all the shift bushings had to try it out.
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I doubt any of the studs have broken or will break just sitting. I suspect it's more of a stress corrosion issue where the additional stress of engine heating and cooling mixed with corrosive elements causes the cracking.
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Old 07-20-2010, 04:16 AM
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Have been starting the car allmost every day and no gun shots.
I'm been told that is what it sounds like then they brake. keeping my fingers crossed.
Put 9's on the back, They look so much better than the 8's.
What do you guy's think polished or standard finsh???

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I prefer the standard finish, but I believe polished was available in '79.
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Wow I just checked out the posts on rennlist and I thought Pelican was harsh, their was a lot of penis envy going on over there I dont blame you for deleteing most of your posts. So now you have it running and such what are your plans you know now that you have driven it you have started the chemical actions that start the car to eat itself you must either neutralize them or continue to drive the the car to keep them in check (ie: keep fresh oil and gas in the car). Good luck on your endevours. Just read you start it every day you should realy drive it and bring it up to normal operating temp or just let it sit, starting it and letting it idle is the hardest on the car you could do and is putting wear on the car not documented by mileage.
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Thanks for posting about your 930, Ed...I really enjoy seeing the pictures.

I know Sloane...heck of a nice guy. He used to post here on occasion, but haven't heard from him in awhile. I've seen his blood orange 930 and it looks brand new. Hereis a pic when he displayed it at RR III in Daytona.


I'm thinking of repainting my 930. Does anyone know anything about the Paint Codes for this car, it looks like the color I am wanting to do.
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^^^^^^^That color is called "Continental Orange" based on the 1978 Porsche Colors Catalog.
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I can't believe I just found this thread... I'm on page 7 right now and a peak here lets me know that you actually drove the car... I can't wait to go back and read how that all happened.
Thanks for sharing all this, fantastic car!!
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^^^^^^^That color is called "Continental Orange" based on the 1978 Porsche Colors Catalog.

I got an email from the guy who owns that car:

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My car was ordered "Paint to Sample" Blood Orange in 1979. It is a Porsche
color that was offered in the late sixties and early seventies. The paint
code is 018-9-2.
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I wasn't sure if the car in the picture was a 78 or 79, so I apologize for misleading you, but what I can tell you is that in 78 that color was called "Continental Orange"; I have the color catalog and broshure from when my car was delivered back in 78.
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I wasn't sure if the car in the picture was a 78 or 79, so I apologize for misleading you, but what I can tell you is that in 78 that color was called "Continental Orange"; I have the color catalog and broshure from when my car was delivered back in 78.

From what I have been reading, Tangerine and BlutOrange are the same color, just English vs German language differences.

Didn't say you were misleading, just tellin' ya what the owner told me.

BlutOrange and Tangerine are code 018. Do you know what Continental Orange is? This Orange color thing is confusing per the Porsche records apparently. When I search for Tangerine Porsches and BlutOrange Porsches, that's the color I am looking for to use on my car, if I have the nutz to try and repaint it.

I found these paint codes related to Orange



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I can't believe I just found this thread... I'm on page 7 right now and a peak here lets me know that you actually drove the car... I can't wait to go back and read how that all happened.
Thanks for sharing all this, fantastic car!!
I can't believe time is going by so fast !!
But the answer is NO I have drove the car , start it once a week or so
I have been redoing a boat a house and a building to start the refit on the Miura SV
ONE DAY !!!
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I'm finally done reading the thread but I will have to go back to watch the videos (I'm deployed and ship internet does not let me watch youtube), beautiful car and thanks a lot for sharing and I hope you will keep this thread alive when you take it for a spin or when you start on the other cars (especially the Miura). Good luck and enjoy the cars!!
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I'm finally done reading the thread but I will have to go back to watch the videos (I'm deployed and ship internet does not let me watch youtube), beautiful car and thanks a lot for sharing and I hope you will keep this thread alive when you take it for a spin or when you start on the other cars (especially the Miura). Good luck and enjoy the cars!!
Thank you glad you enjoyed and bumping this back up .i will keep posting here !
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I have found a driver!!
Going in the trailer on Tuesday or Wednesday so get ready for a s$$t load of misspelled words!!!
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Hey Ed,

Congrats on the new ride. Bring it by some time.

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Good talking to you today. 78 gets here Saturday morning and as luck would have it I am in the Bahamas really wanted to get it off the truck o well maybe the next one!!
And that one is not far off.
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