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Old 01-27-2013, 12:01 PM
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Rudolf looks cold, does the heater keep you toasty?
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Rudolf looks cold, does the heater keep you toasty?
no more heater because of rarlyl8's headers !...
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Rodolf: I bought Alleggeritas after seeing yours so thanks for that (although I need hefty spacers). Which tires are you running?

This was how mine looked when I got it. Much different now but not ready for pics yet.
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Rodolf: I bought Alleggeritas after seeing yours so thanks for that (although I need hefty spacers). Which tires are you running?

This was how mine looked when I got it. Much different now but not ready for pics yet.
Thanks ! Yes rear wheels need hefty spacers. I've tried toyo R888, but dead after 1 track day !! Now i'm running Michelin Pilot Sport 2 (same sizes as the 964T 3.6)
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Good photography. But tell me, what are those stains on the crest from? On second thought, maybe I don't want to know.
They are shadows grasshopper, shadows...... ok got me, 70k miles it looks like it had some type of clear. Do you know of a replacement crest for it?
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Car looks good already. What changes are you making?




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Rodolf: I bought Alleggeritas after seeing yours so thanks for that (although I need hefty spacers). Which tires are you running?

This was how mine looked when I got it. Much different now but not ready for pics yet.
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Here is my 1978 Viper green metallic- quite a rare color.




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The green one is awesome.

I'm backdating mine. TRE RSR front and rear bumpers with the choice of stock,duck,plain or gt lid. For street I like the plain lid best but might go for the duck too. Ducktail is 3kg heavier though.

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Oldie but goodie. Some of the older shots are the best.
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The D-Zug cars...they all started life as 930's except the rsr, but it does have oem steel 930 fenders and flares...







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