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How far away is the killer 930 chris? Bet you are counting the sleeps.
very cool Camaro. Needs a roll cage in it :-) I race against a Z28 from time to time.
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How far away is the killer 930 chris? Bet you are counting the sleeps.
very cool Camaro. Needs a roll cage in it :-) I race against a Z28 from time to time.
Alan
Yes you are right; it does need a cage. I have been rebuilding the car since the 930 left because I needed a project. The car was rebuilt from the shell down and up. Nothing is left original in the car except the shell. Now I just need to figure out what I am going to do with it!

Miss the 930 a lot. I think it's been gone 13 months now. I am hoping it gets finished soon before it gets too hot to drive here. It's already too hot in AZ to drive it. I will have to drive out and tow it home once it is complete.

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I am hoping it gets finished soon before it gets too hot to drive here. It's already too hot in AZ to drive it. I will have to drive out and tow it home once it is complete.

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just did that to my 944 turbo DE car. did a full suspension upgrade including bushings. off to my first DE of the year in one week...

getting the new ones in was easy, getting out the old crap was frustrating me until I remembered I had power tools. was able to do the other side on the car.

regarding the 930, got all the heads off the cam towers. now that 951 mainly done, can get back to the 930 project.

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srsly, Patrick - you shouldn't be allowed to post yours anymore... too damn NOICE!

930potd - MikeD! pickin my St. Louis visiting goatazz up curbside in front of my hotel (a most righteous place, I might add!)... had a helluva time getting whirled around in his awesssssome Protomotive build... so damn nice, roasts off the 315/17s upon boost hit. Gnarly sounding EFI goodness:






Thanks again fer hangin, MikeD! Was awesome to catch up with you again, been 6yrs!
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930potd - MikeD! pickin my St. Louis visiting goatazz up curbside in front of my hotel . . .
Yer a veritable, curbside-service-gettin', Pelican who'wer, so it seems; TexASS one week and MO the next?!?! A well traveled who'wer, too!!!
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srsly, Patrick - you shouldn't be allowed to post yours anymore... too damn NOICE!

Thanks again fer hangin, MikeD! Was awesome to catch up with you again, been 6yrs!
Hey thanks and welcome to St.Louis Paul! Agree it was a great time...too bad time was short!




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Yer a veritable, curbside-service-gettin', Pelican who'wer, so it seems; TexASS one week and MO the next?!?! A well traveled who'wer, too!!!
Wow...Paul sure gets around!
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this was last week - this week she is up on axel stands having the arches cleaned and waxoyl'd

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Thats one heck of a nice car u got there...

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