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all the cars are great but jimtweet that thing is so very cool great job
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Fantastic job! I love duck tail, and the clean uncluttered look of the interior -- just about everything about your car!
thanks man, means alot coming from such a high end name!
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Wicked car

Big fan of your car. I currently bought an 83 sc that I will be converting to a widebody. Gotta say I love the ducktail! What size rim and tire did you use?
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Amazing car! Im currently converting an sc to a widebody. What size rims and tires did you use?
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Beautiful car!!! It definitely looks bad a$$!!!
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Big fan of your car. I currently bought an 83 sc that I will be converting to a widebody. Gotta say I love the ducktail! What size rim and tire did you use?
18x12 in the rear with no spacer, and 18x9 up front with factory spacer
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the flat black also sets the car apart from every other pretty Porsche, mine included. Right now if it had some black or gunmetal wheels it would be killer, like a get-away car. I'd leave the paint right the way it is.
Ya, the flat black is great the big shiny wheels don't fit in with the RSR look tho', needs Fuchs maybe?
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Ya, the flat black is great the big shiny wheels don't fit in with the RSR look tho', needs Fuchs maybe?
i had fuchs on it, it is not staying flat for ever, just temporary until i am done building on it...
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Jim, who makes your rockers? Fit looks great.
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Jim, who makes your rockers? Fit looks great.
dura flex, extreme dimensions,..

i have heard so many bad things about them, i have to say, the bumper that you purchased from me and these rockers fit the car perfectly with absolutely no work needed,...the parts are very flexable and the finish was great, no pin holes or damage to finish,..i have been super super happy with the parts man.
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