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Old 10-02-2011, 05:58 PM
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Fantastic build! but going through this thread and seeing the DB4 pics I fell back in deep lust with the unattainable; DB4 Zagato (Probably one of the most amazing Italian coach builders ever, naughty pics below). I apologize in advance, I know we're all sub'd to your sexy R build....but I couldn't help myself










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any new pics?? (of R-girl?)
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any new pics?? (of R-girl?)


Old 10-03-2011, 01:30 PM
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When this build is finished, RGirl would be a shoe-in winner on Speed's 'My Ride Rules' !


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Old 10-03-2011, 01:38 PM
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I am not trying to offend but it seems a little rude to post photos of someone else, unless she gave you her permission to do so. She hasn't posted any photos of herself here yet.

That said, it is a very nice photo.
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I am not trying to offend but it seems a little rude to post photos of someone else, unless she gave you her permission to do so. She hasn't posted any photos of herself here yet.

That said, it is a very nice photo.
Your right, Brandi was a bit miffed at me. She didn't like the first picture, but our kids both said " you look beautiful mom. I got permission for the second one



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Your a very lucky man, love the orange 911....
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Oh, (smacks forehead) I get it now.

Agree with the comment above that you are a lucky guy!
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And, is it stll true that the lovely Brandi will not be joining us at RRIV?
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Look no speaker holes. Red 1968 door panels that some how were spared a stereo up grade.


Alfa grab handles so my navigator can hang on;-)
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Custom gauges. The 911R had white lettering as did all the 911 from 68 on, but I think the green just looks so nice and its my car. They were sent out to North Hollywood speedometer for restoration, silk screening, and chroming of the surrounds.



check out the added fuel pressure gauge.

This was supposed to be a 10K Tach, but we'll leave that till after Rennsport
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Triple washer jets


The 911R used leather straps, or one big rubber "RS" hold downs, neither was appealing. These are vintage Ferrari spring loaded hood retainers, they look much better IMHO.


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ok, you just killed the concours people...
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Vintage MOMO Prototipo from good friend Mark Morrissey. Solid hub.



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Nice wheel patina!

Could you give a rough estimate on guage restoration? I'm tempted to get mine done - but being in Australia I need to rationalise my costs

Loving the build!
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Nice wheel patina!

Could you give a rough estimate on guage restoration? I'm tempted to get mine done - but being in Australia I need to rationalise my costs

Loving the build!
Figure about a grand
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Figure about a grand
Loverly, thank you
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Those gauges are gorgeous! Good call on keeping the green.
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Those gauges are gorgeous! Good call on keeping the green.
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