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^^gavinc, that car is just badd-ass, anymore pics of this?

Inevitably, I am gonna to have to paint one of my cars Irish Green!
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Beautiful engines! The term, Evolution, is quite appropriate for me as I had a stock 1600 (although '67 912) and now a stock early 3.3. Appreciate seeing the picture and thinking back on what a difference those few model years brought to my life.
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I've had a couple '69 912's.
They were a lot more fun and cheap to maintain.
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I've had a couple '69 912's.
They were a lot more fun and cheap to maintain.
My first Porsche was a `66 912. I'd agree it was cheap to maintain, but a lot more fun? Really, Jim?
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They're not as fast but they are a lot lighter and with the smaller wheels and tires the steering feel is so much better. Light years better in my opinion and they sound just as nice as any 911.
Oh yeah, I absolutely hate turbo lag.
I much prefer the instant and predictable throttle response of normally aspirated motors.
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Out for a drive tonight before the snow
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. . . before the snow
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The only snow in in Texas comes from Columbia
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gdamn do the pics in this thread just keep getting better and better and better and better - too many to comment on!

such a great respite in an otherwise doldrum day, always!

keep on keepin on, gentz!
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Please tell us more about that pump.
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Jesper, that's a Clewett oil pump, pretty much the same as the old billet oil pump that Bodymotion used to make. Aluminum housing, VW Type-2 gears inside.
Enough flow for twin turbo journal bearings, even full-flow -- no restrictors needed.
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True dat! At least that type of "snow" goes hand-in-hand with our "Miami Vice mobiles", right?!?!
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Jesper, that's a Clewett oil pump, pretty much the same as the old billet oil pump that Bodymotion used to make. Aluminum housing, VW Type-2 gears inside.
Enough flow for twin turbo journal bearings, even full-flow -- no restrictors needed.
Thanks, Chris.

Now that you mention it, I think I remember an earlier post where you talk about those vw- type gears.
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True dat! At least that type of "snow" goes hand-in-hand with our "Miami Vice mobiles", right?!?!
Goes with the era, you all do get snow in the winter, from Canada. Geese, snow geese and lots of them.
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