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like that color
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Sienna Metalic. Four or five others on this forum.
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Great color. Can't wait to return mine to its former glory.
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^whoa

that'd be miiiiiiiiiiighty fine blown up and on the garage wall

So, winning today. Fixed me sunroof... cable separated from right carrier bracket. Easy fix.

Unrelated to the failure mode - ballar 3pt rear belts translates into ferrying monsters about... which apparently, translates into 'this'? 'Twas jammed to the far right rear corner back thar - priceless:



Um, yeah.
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Drove her into work today, stretch those legs

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Drove her into work today, stretch those legs

Looking sweeeetttt
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Thanks, and yeah I know. There are two layers of 1/4" hardware cloth over the front of the cooler - one flush on the surface of it and one curved outwards like the race cars used to have so that helps protect it.
I also have a regular 911 plastic rear grill I bought some years ago I've been meaning to cut and trim down to size and attach in there somehow but I havn't gotten around to it.
and what do you think it would take to have prevented this? PO said he hit a ground hog.

fortunately no oil leaks and my body man say he can repair that valance.

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hard to see your gas peddle, did you use something like this that I put on my 951? Rennline.

still need to adjust my pedals some way to get the height of the gas pedal and the brake pedal when depressed closer to the same level. now when I step on the brake, my gas pedal is closer.

had not planned, but will probably put the alum brake pedal cover on I had on my 911 when I used to run DE. now have pretty much returned everything on the 911 to stock appearance.

and yes, it helps on heel/toe, but I actually prefer to be able to just roll my foot a bit than use my heel. easier to control.

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Sistas back in the hood together again.
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agreed, Bob - more like ball of foot / heel than anything - my upper extension (not like Ronknees' 'extension' he's always waving around so proud about) is longer than yours, really great feel - I'm pleased

always love seeing glimpses of yer car Yasin, them HRE's look righteous on thar

good to see the dp again, Jocke (not Ronknees' fave version of being dp'd!!! )

930 potd... ball-fukkin-ar:

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I'm stunned @ the size of this thing - in pics, it really really looked quite tiny?

DWARFS my car - it's humongous!



I REALLY liked it in person, my jury was still out from seeing pics but experiencing it live its pretty gdamn awesome.

Note the marker plate... pretty sure that's Herb Chambers, an enormous car dealer here in the NE.
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I saw one at the dealer and like you Paul I realy liked it in person. The interior is amazing.
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Strange to think when the 930 came out it was the top of the heap of any car. Their top dog has come a long way technologically. I just wonder if they'd have slapped twin turbos and awd in 1976 how many they would have sold. Coil overs the race bits would have helped.
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This isn't a true 930 but it certainly has the turbo part covered.





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