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  1. glewis80SC
    10-14-2016 03:05 PM - permalink
    Hello sir...who do you use to paint BB2? Looking to get so estimates on a paint job.
  2. pdf17
    08-17-2016 05:00 PM - permalink
    In your "Black Beauty II" post, you mention a "37 degree" air conditioner. I was hoping that it was a name brand but, could not locate it doing a simple search. Can you post, pm, or email more details on that?

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  4. arsenty
    10-30-2015 12:13 PM - permalink
    Hi, I just posted by mistake in a wrong section. Can you please move to parts classified section from technical? Thank you.
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  5. rmatz00
    10-08-2015 08:26 PM - permalink
    Hi Jack, I first want to thank you for sharing so much insight into your modification etc. I had a question regarding your oil cooler plumbing. I run both the original fender cooler as well as a front center cooler. My car has a stripped interior with no heat and I am considering running the lines thru the heat ducts. I read where you run both lines thru the passenger side and I am thinking of eliminating the fender cooler and utilizing both ducts as my center cooler has the inlet and outlet on each side. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Ryan
  6. speedo
    09-06-2015 05:17 AM - permalink
    Hey Jack,
    A bunch of Colorado Pelicans did a drive back around 09 up over trail ridge road...epic drive, but I can't find it. a friend "porschenut" also looked and seems like it is not there. Do threads get deleted?
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    07-18-2015 09:29 AM - permalink
    john walker's workshop
    stickey, please? jw
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  9. Jack Olsen
    12-08-2014 04:33 PM - permalink
    Jack Olsen
    Thanks, 0302!(&#. I have a full cage in the car. It's padded with high-density SFI padding, which in my opinion makes it safer than the steel roofline, A-pillar and B-pillar, relative to head injuries -- and much safer from a rollover standpoint. I don't understand the guys who argue that there's some sort of additional danger with cages or roll bars. Many street legal cars come with them. The proportion of auto accident deaths related to rollovers is extremely high.
  10. 0302!(&#
    12-07-2014 12:00 PM - permalink

    I am also building a RS Clone, based on a 1983 911SC, that I also want to use both for daily driving and on the track. One question - do you leave the roll bar in your car for daily driving. I have heard some opinions that this is not a good idea.

    Thanks - your car is really beautiful

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