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When and if you get this car Mark I think a cruise over to your neck of the woods is in order to welcome it home.
Mark .. we have never met but I grew up in Seattle and I have just about been every where in the state. So I know about some good back roads ...

I'm trying to get the wife to let me go see my buddies up there (they are all drag racers) and yes I will be driving my car. So I really can't wait to meet you in your new car. I need to break in my new motor so a good drive will help .

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Old 02-20-2014, 09:18 PM
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Can anyone give us an update on where we're at in terms of meeting our goal? Last I saw was $10500 with 93 supporters on the 17th? This would be a really cool thing to accomplish if everybody continues to pitch in.
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$10,900 with 97 participants... starting to trickle a bit though, and we do have a ways to go unfortunately
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Couldn't bear it , while the wife was in the other room I tapped in again to make it even 11,000
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ha!

NOICE!

ballar dude - too cool!
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Hey all,

I received an e-mail back from Rebecca over at Hagerty Insurance. Unfortunately because of federal insurance regulatory rules, she could not post the link in their monthly magazine.

So I suggested that maybe she could at least run it around their office???

Rebecca bettered that, by saying that she would post it on the entire company's employee bulletin board!

Cross your fingers and hope we get a little traction here.

And for you Mark H., I really would suggest that any future 930 you get your hands on, you should insure it through Hagerty. They are fair on the price, and awesome to work with when you need to file a claim.

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Well i bumped it up a bit
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Hey all,

I received an e-mail back from Rebecca over at Hagerty Insurance. Unfortunately because of federal insurance regulatory rules, she could not post the link in their monthly magazine.

So I suggested that maybe she could at least run it around their office???

Rebecca bettered that, by saying that she would post it on the entire company's employee bulletin board!

Cross your fingers and hope we get a little traction here.

And for you Mark H., I really would suggest that any future 930 you get your hands on, you should insure it through Hagerty. They are fair on the price, and awesome to work with when you need to file a claim.

Mark
Excellent! See my response to you in post #59. You and I are thinking alike, must be a Mark-thing:
"Thanks for taking the initiative, Mark. I tell ya....if they do publish it and we get a good response, Haggerty will be carrying the insurance for my "new" 930....that's a promise."
I'll stand by that promise...whether or not they help this to gain some steam. Just posting it on their bulletin board tells a lot about them.
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So what's the latest news?
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About half way to the target, and slowed down a bit. I think if everyone that can, would make a second donation, we hit it quickly!!!

I know some folks gave deeper first time around and a few others have been back for a second dip, but not most of us. Paul did a great job is setting up the donation site and getting this kicked off. There was a lot of initial excitement from our community, then life happens and we get distracted.

I would really like to see us complete this and help Mark. He has unselfishly provided a tremendous amount of experience and advice on this forum. I know I have benefited from it, and I am sure most of the rest of us feel the same way.

Do what you can to get this across the finish line
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I'm in hope you get it, had a little trouble. Mark's a good guy helped me last year with electric prob. Glad I can help
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Im broke as usual so i cant contribute but im pulling some old bits out of the shed to put on ebay, if i get a decent price ill throw in a few dollarz,

I lost all my money on the stock market last year stupid me thought i was doing the right thing, im positive the market is being manipulated by some big players, cost me dearly so thats why i use plastic ties to fix my car much to the disgust to some here!

anyway if anyones interested before i list it ive got a decel valve a cold sart injector and a brand new thermotime switch for sale
tts $150 plus postage its still in the pelican bag unopened
cold start $150 plus postage,
Decel valve $40 plus postage

All from a euro 77 930
All working

Ill put in 10 percent to the cause as soon as i sell these

all i can do

Keep on Boosting!
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Looks like we've been re-stickied here - excellent.

THANKS for resurrecting this thread / initiative, Rick. It'd sadly gone completely cold / dead for a solid month unfortunately.

Yet, a simple rustle of the bushes and up springs some further very kind participants!! We are at $11,875 as of today men!!!

Excellent work, by all accounts. But yes, still a ways to go. While we've certainly surprisingly had more than a few "multiple donators" - and more keep popping in again - It Takes a Village, folks!!!

We're marking the calendar until 7/24-7/27's turboPALOOZA where Mark takes delivery of his neu steed... and... hoping a strong number of youseses will join us for such and the ensuing shenanigans and debauchery. Please visit turboPALOOZA 2014: Special Stages PA / NY - July 24-27 for details, and hope to meet many more of you.

Let's keep this rolling... can't always be me reviving things here unfortunately, so thanks again for the inquiry!
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The snow has melted enough to get it out of the trailer...

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looks real nice ...

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I agree...that looks really nice!

Jacob,
You and its prior seller are a big hero. I'd be happy if I was Mark.
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Hmmm ? Does that mean we are thinking about seat change...

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