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I'd say Lime Green, but two green cars? I'd do the Gulf Blue.


And the backdate looks great!
thanks derrick. this means i'm finally digging into that '74, stripping it as we speak. it goes in for metal work/paint end of next month. i love gulf blue, but i think it looks a lot better on longhoods. and the lime green is SO 1974.

have you started your '74?

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Hmmm...thatís a tough call between leaf and gulf blue. Both great colors. I can tell you that itís no so bad having two green Porsches either though. My two have coexisted with me for quite some time and I have no regrets.
steve, i've seen your car and, frankly, that's what i have in mind. lime green with bright trim. it's a good look...
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Well I’m certainly biased, but I think you’re making a great choice!
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Hmmmm, my Gulf Blue backdate is narrow for a turbo....... '81 SC backdated with steel factory parts and with a built '78 930 3.3 making 420 HP and running through a short bellhousing 930 tranny with LSD. Elephant suspension bits and 993 calipers over 930 rotors. Goes like stink, turns like it's on rails, and stops like it dropped the Titanic's anchor.



This 911 has to be seen to be believed. The pix don't do it justice and the pix are great. Brooke knows how to build....excellent vision and execution.

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My 72 T with 2.7L and Webers
Need more pics of this car!
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thanks derrick. this means i'm finally digging into that '74, stripping it as we speak. it goes in for metal work/paint end of next month. i love gulf blue, but i think it looks a lot better on longhoods. and the lime green is SO 1974.

have you started your '74?
It's out of storage and in my garage, but no.

I'm debating pulling the ugly 964 skirts off, installing some rear wheels spacers, de-cheesing it a little, and letting my friend drive it to Rennsport.
But all that is only if time permits.
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Do the SC backdates have the same proportions (front fender) as 69-73 long hood with RS flares? I am trying to find a conclusive photo of a wide rear and narrow front.
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Almost finished with my 73 3.2...



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Still some details to finish up, but nearly there. '79 SC backdate, fabricated steel "R" tail lights, sunroof delete, and some other steel mods. Engine is 3.2 short stroke, upgraded internals, 10.5:1, twin plug, RSR high butterflies adapted to EFI. Under 2200 lbs.




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Almost finished with my 73 3.2...




I like this!

Very cool that you kept the Sepia while hotroding the car. Do you have more info or pics?

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Johan, ill get some better pics when she's done. Basically a stock 3.2 with headers and m&k R muffler. those are magnesium minilites with 7r offset I was able to squeeze 225 Avon tires back there. Has some deep 6s up front with 185 tires.
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Now THAT is a narrow bodied hot rod. Absolutely freakiní gorgeous.
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Now THAT is a narrow bodied hot rod. Absolutely freakiní gorgeous.
Looks strangely familiar!
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