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Old 09-08-2011, 02:00 PM
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rebuilding Porsche 959

Hi.
Anybody that know of any 959 parts please Pm me, I`m in the purchasing corner


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Hei Roar,
WOW, just awesome. Great project.
You have take on a difficult task, but doable. The award in the end will be even greater :-)

Looking forward to see it on the roads i Norway.
Put me first in line if you arrange a garage meeting :-) Would be cool to see your project live
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This has got to be a high water mark for garage projects. Kind of like rebuilding an Apollo orbiter in your basement.

I admire your ambition! Good luck, and I look forward to following along!
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Rebuilding 959

Hehe.
Itnis quite a garage project.
Though itnwill just be the deasambling here and the rest will be done at a friends garage I hope. It can be mentioned that he has recently rebuilt a Carrera gt.
I hope that he will give me a hand down the road.

Hei eivind.
thanks a lot, reason I'm posting here is that there might be people with expertise and knowledge of parts around the world. Plus that I have been a lotmin contactmwith Wayne and he is a great resource.

Roar
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I juni 2008 var jeg hos Van Zweden i Holland og der var spørsmålet om jeg visste av noen som hadde en 959 fordi de hadde et par-tre reoler med deler til den bilen som de ville ha solgt rimelig. Sender du en mail dit tar det minimum 2 dager før du får svar.

Når det gjelder Classic verkstedet i Zuffenhausen, så svarte de da jeg var der i 2005, at de ikke hadde noen andre deler enn det som offisielt finnes, så når de restaurerer biler som Porsche ikke har så må de også gå til ettermarkedsbutikkene på samme måte som andre verksted. (PCN arrangerte den turen)

Og det er noen på det forumet som lurer på om du har denne? http://www.pistonheads.com/sales/2471100.htm

Et enormt prosjekt du har på gang.
Hilsen PCN medl 1768.

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Rebuilding 959

Hei norske lesere.
Meg skal prøve å få til en tråd på det norske forum.

Og til de som lurer så har jeg den tekniske manualen til 959.

Sikkert mange som lurer på om jeg har foutsetning for et slikt prosjekt, men det er jo kun en 911 som er på dop. Alt kan fikses, mulig det tar litt lengere tid

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Hei norske lesere.
Meg skal prøve å få til en tråd på det norske forum.

Og til de som lurer så har jeg den tekniske manualen til 959.

Sikkert mange som lurer på om jeg har foutsetning for et slikt prosjekt, men det er jo kun en 911 som er på dop. Alt kan fikses, mulig det tar litt lengere tid

Roar
Hi

Have been following silently - so far.

Er det muligt, at du vil give besked når du har lavet en norsk tråd?

Følger med i spænding.

Lykke till

Takk

That concludes my scandinavian transmission for today

Best of luck - awesome project.
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Hi Roar, Thanks for sharing this incredible project! Really cool to see part numbers that begin with 959. Do you have any background on the original accident? Thanks much!
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This has got to be a high water mark for garage projects. Kind of like rebuilding an Apollo orbiter in your basement.

I admire your ambition! Good luck, and I look forward to following along!
Hilarious ! ... This comment and the image it conjured up my mind just transformed a *****e day.

Good Luck Roar !
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Wow! When was the last time any of us got to see the details and ins and outs of a 959?! This is one of the cars I used to lust after as a kid.

If I had to vote. I would pick the 961 direction. Best of luck!!!

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Cool project Roar. Looks like a space shuttle that took a hard landing.
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Rebuilding a 959

Hi.
I have not had time to do that much lately, but tonight I had a little time to start straightening the seat well and the rear part that holds the window frame.
I assume there are people here that have seen this dissembled on a regular 911 or on a 959 and might be able to help me with a few photos of how it is supposed to look like. The pictures are before I started straighten it and I have a rough idea of how it is supposed to look like, but if you know how it is to look like I appreciate a bit of help.








Thanks,
Roar

If I can't figure it out I will leave it as it is and get the guys at the factory to do the rest.

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This is epic!
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Keep it up Roar! Looks like a great challenge. But even a massive project like yours begins with the twist of one bolt.

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Wow! Good luck with the project! Sub'd to see the progress and end result. Take it slow and steady
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