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Nice to be Onboost again...

Had a nice outing last weekend.. drove the Kremer (my buddy Mike's car) down to Richmond VA for the Classic on The Green where Porsche was the featured Marque.

It was a fast trip both down and back from Maryland about 2hrs away.. uh, usually. We even picked-up a 1st in class! That was nice but nothing beats a Boost fix babee..!














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Old 09-24-2010, 01:36 PM
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VERY nice. It's good to be you...
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Hey JP...

Good to see you post again.. how's your conversion coming along? Well I hope.

Hmmmmm, I changed the title of the thread a bit as it was somwhat misleading.

As I have not had time to wrap-up odds and ends with my car, this outing, my bud Mike, and this car allowed be "onboost again" We had a helluva time and the car is as quick as it looks!

Rgeards,

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Hi Paul,
The car is coming along well, albeit slowly. Once I get some better pics, I will post a thread over here - I have one going over on Funf Gruppen now. I ended up purchasing another set of gold BBS E50 rims and vintage wheels fans off of Bob Barnes so am excited about that. Looking to have the car ready for the TRE fun run on New Years Day. Gabe will have the Blackbird out here so looking to shake up the local scene together...
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JP,
Gald t o hear that you're moving along. It should be way cool with the wheel fans, you don't see those often. I haven't had the opportunity to spend much time on Funf Gruppen lately based on work detail/locale... which mostly what I've been tied to as of late. Plan to get back over there soon though.

And yes, I'm sure you and Gabe will shake up more than the locals with those 2 cars.. should be fun!
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Hey I was just in PA. last week I was in York working at Peach Bottom Atomic power Sta. went to Gettysburg and looked around. Saw a couple nice looking late models while I was there. Glad you had a good time I would like to drive a nice high hp car like that.
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Hey I was just in PA. last week I was in York working at Peach Bottom Atomic power Sta. went to Gettysburg and looked around. Saw a couple nice looking late models while I was there. Glad you had a good time I would like to drive a nice high hp car like that.
want to see some really good cars come on down to turkey Point for an outage
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want to see some really good cars come on down to turkey Point for an outage
I dont think so it was way to crowded in PA for this midwestern country boy I wouldn't like southern florida at all.
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The wheels are 18 in, 9's on the front and 11.5 on rear. 265's on the front and 335s on rear.


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