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Smile new here

Hi all
its great to finally introduce myself after approx 2 years take and no give. I have loved the advice and most of all the great pictures you guys and galls trade back and forth. I look forward to helping spread the hobbie or "ob$e$$ion". The pointers you guys give on the early cars is priceless has saved me countless tI'mes when i was just about to do something realy serious.

A little about myself
I'm in San Clemente and San Luis Obispo Ca depending upon what week is is and am a proud owner of a 70 911t

3 owner and had about 140k when the odometer stopped working.
California car with S package.
no sun roof.

Kinda rusty in the back shelf and in the fender gutters. motor is on a top end rebuild from 1995' and trany is well different but works
something about having a 68 901 mated to a 70-71 911, PO??
it tends to scratch from 1-2 at high rpm.

Good news is it just got back from the body shop after a 4 month makeover.

ill attempt to include some before and afters.
once again great to be on board

CLARK


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Welcome Clark !

Great classic you have there. Really like the color.

And dig the Paris - Dakar ride hight you got going...
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Hello Clark, and Welcome. Looks like you have a great project going and some real good prep work. Keep the pictures coming...
Good luck -
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Clark,
Welcome to the board. Your car looks like it is coming together nicely...is that the original blue?
The 901 trans/2.2L T combo should be fine; sounds like you may have some worn syncros, not too unusual at that age.
Keep us posted on your progress.
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Beauty Clark!
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i f-word love that color!!! not quite gulf and not quite petrol... as i'm considering backdating the body on my sc i would love it if you could provie the paint code or more information on the respray. please forgive my zeal but i just love blue p-cars.
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welcome on board
love the color
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I dont know the color,
it's a PPG with some white and violet added into some fleet color
real eye popper
ill check the strike plate next time im in town and get you the
color code off the plate
i thinks its the small one on the drivers side door.

heres another pick of the body repair
for all you guys who have rusted out back shelves.
they can be replaced if you can find one. $$$

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Looking good, keep us posted.

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