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Nice 71 Peter.
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66mm X 100mm (3.1L) in a early 76 turbo case. RSR Sprint cams, HighButterfly, MFI.
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Thanks Gordon. Transmission specs. 915 w/8:31 R&P (3.875)
1st. 3.18; 2nd 2.05; 3rd 1.55; 4th 1.217; 5th 1.00. Rear tires: 215/60; 25.16 Dia.
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Beautiful car. have any shots of the engine compartment too? Thats the type of build I aspire to.

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Here's mine. '71T in Gemini Blue. It has a 3.2 Carrera motor with 46 PMOs and all Carrera suspension and brakes. Almost done with exception of cosmetics, ie. new light lenses, new horn grills, TTG lights, redo wheels. I need to learn how to take better pics.
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Beautiful car. have any shots of the engine compartment too? Thats the type of build I aspire to.
Thank you. I've always wanted a sleeper. Unfortunately, I don't have any pics of the engine and interior yet. I plan on finishing it up and retaking new pics soon.
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Missing my 911...here's a nice article with some great photos of a 911R for details...

https://petrolicious.com/articles/once-stolen-and-now-perfect-following-a-canepa-restoration-this-is-the-last-prototype-porsche-911r
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This has been one of the longest lasting threads here. Lots of nice postings.

Twelve years w/o a Porsche? Oh my.
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This has been one of the longest lasting threads here. Lots of nice postings.
Easily my favorite, and not because I started it! Seriously, the contributions have been terrific.

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Twelve years w/o a Porsche? Oh my.
Me? I haven't been twelve years sans Porsche. Only about two months. Still...ugh.
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Easily my favorite, and not because I started it! Seriously, the contributions have been terrific.



Me? I haven't been twelve years sans Porsche. Only about two months. Still...ugh.
I remember when you started this thread. When you bought and sold last Porsches. Good times. I remember how you asked "should I buy this car?".

My how things on Pelican have changed across those years. My user name has changed too. Frankly, I remember Wayne asking us if he should buy this website. All the way back to Chris Campbell's car. And I'm finally in my garage, welding up an old '68.

Cheers to you Doug and Julie for starting this thread.
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Love this thread...





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Sweet car, Rich!
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I remember when you started this thread. When you bought and sold last Porsches. Good times. I remember how you asked "should I buy this car?".
I've had a good Porsche life, for sure. Long may it continue!

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Cheers to you Doug and Julie for starting this thread.
Thanks so much. Frankly I was (and am) surprised nobody had done it before. Seemed like a no-brainer for a majority of folks on this board. But for sure, a big CHEERS to all that have contributed and made this thread (and this board) such a great one!

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Here's my 68 912R. Konis, original Fuchs, 50 pound roll hoop, steel bumpers and doors. Euro car. 1740 pounds with fuel.
140 BHP Dry Sump 4 w/ 11 blade 911 fan.

Great thread!





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Gorgeous 912! I see you have a "Foxy Brown" in your stable...random trivia, that's the nickname I gave to the car in the beginning of this thread. Great minds...I guess?

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