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http://komonews.com/news/local/porsche-reported-stolen-in-1991-found-at-base-of-steep-cliff-in-oregon-woods
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That is just about exactly in the middle of nowhere!
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"No human bones were found".
Damn. Was hoping the thief would still be strapped into the drivers seat....
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Hope they cracked down on the joy riding deer problem.
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If this 924 could talk it might be able to shed some light on the question regarding trees falling in forests.

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Hope they cracked down on the joy riding deer problem.


Ha! Good one.

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Did pwd72s ever have a well set-up 924?
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Did pwd72s ever have a well set-up 924?
LOL! Nope, all four of the P cars I had carried engines in the rear, as Ferry intended..
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Looks better than some other cars i've seen stored outside for 25 years...
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