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Another glorious top-down day today! Canadian winters really aren't so bad.

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Old 01-15-2018, 08:57 PM
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Welcome Nick. Nice looking car!


I love the ride height.
Thanks! Super noob so I'll be appreciating everyone's help
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Thanks! Super noob so I'll be appreciating everyone's help
It looks awesome. Can we get some more pics and details?
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Here's as shot of my SC that Pelican used in the header of their e-mail with all the photos of their last C&C late last year. Out of literally 100's of Porsches I was flattered they chose mine. As you can see it's been tinkered with a bit but it's a 78 SC, original engine, slightly built, in it's very rare original color, Talbot Yellow. This is my second SC and I'm loving having one again. I am totally covered as it joined my 09 997.1 turbo and a 15 Cayman S.


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Here she is tucked away for the winter. This is the second winter I've used this setup, it lets me get all three cars out of the snow.
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Cool. So you do a sideways drift into the garage, then hit the brakes just before the wall. That's classy parking
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I friggin' love Talbot Yellow for some reason... Looks great!
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Here's my 1980 SC. When I got it in 2016, it had a non-factory Turbo tail, stone guards, chrome headlight rings, and looked a bit different. I added the graphics, removed fogs, Euro bumperettes and some other touches to personalize it.

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I friggin' love Talbot Yellow for some reason... Looks great!
Ditto. I also saw this one (not Talbot, but I love it anyway) at a concour a few years back.



IMHO, Porsches and yellow are made for each other.
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Loving that yellow one!

If I had the space to work on it, I would repaint my SC to that avocado color that you see around these days. Toyota's avocado color is the nicest.
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81 RoW SC

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Here's my 1980 SC. When I got it in 2016, it had a non-factory Turbo tail, stone guards, chrome headlight rings, and looked a bit different. I added the graphics, removed fogs, Euro bumperettes and some other touches to personalize it.

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I like the 80ís martini stripe! Iíve been thinking about adding some sort of stripe to the car. I think white cars are perfect for it!

Hereís mine before I put the center caps on...

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Here's my 81 SC


Man, appears I have a twin! 81 euro pascha sc (your pascha looks quite a bit cleaner than mine though!)
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Dirrrrrrrrrty 911
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Ditto. I also saw this one (not Talbot, but I love it anyway) at a concour a few years back.



IMHO, Porsches and yellow are made for each other.
Looks like Summer Yellow. Great color.
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Took it out and got chased by a big lizard.
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I guess after over 8 years of ownership, I should show off "the SC formerly known as Measles."

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