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I'll drive up. We can meet around Solvang and buzz around the wine county.
Thanks for the offer but the 911 stays at home with my Dad. It is closer to a race car than a hot-rod so it can't sit in a parking lot unattended, or go in the rain at the moment. We can do a SMM drive.
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Great looking build so far.
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Hmm, used to seeing them run on the passenger side.
This was Speedo's design......
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Here's some more motivation for ya.

This is what you get when TLG Auto and John Espositio team-up.



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Pure PORN......
That's my trans on the bottom right
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Joe, it's all off now, front and rear. John sent me several pics of the whole process. It's at least 30 pounds in total. PM me your email address and I'll send them to you.

Craig
Post them up here, I'm sure I'm not the only one that would like to see them!
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OK, here's the fronts.



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Oh yeah, this was a "RUST FREE!" car according to the seller.





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Gas hole plug...


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What no updates? Craig....Craig..... Are you there?
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What no updates? Craig....Craig..... Are you there?
I just got back from Costa Rica last night. I've been gone for a week. I'll check in with John and see what's going on at the body shop.

My seats came UPS while I was gone ST Seats with German perforated leather and Porsche factory "Pasha" fabric. Groovy man!

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Very psychedelic!! Don't put that fabric anywhere in your line of vision while driving. Man oh man!!
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Very psychedelic!! Don't put that fabric anywhere in your line of vision while driving. Man oh man!!
LOL...It certainly is a period correct pattern for 1970. I'll have to load some Jefferson Airplane and Pink Floyd onto my iPod.

I seem to be in the minority liking this Pasha fabric, but I'm going to stick with it for a while. Zuluracerx paid $4,000 to have these seats done high-end and I got them for a deal. If it gets to be too much, I'll do the centers in the perforated leather as well and still be ahead.
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Alright. Now you're talking. I got some of this on my iPod.

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We need to find you an 8 track!

Well, if you grow tired of that pattern you can always change it as you said. Good find.

Now get to the thrift stores and find some bell-bottoms, and a super-hip shirt to go with it.
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That is pretty restrained compared to how the Porsche family (and F. Piech's) cars were equipped.
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Seats are perfect!
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That's the real deal factory Pasha material too Craig. Enjoy in good health! John
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Too little pasha in this world in my opinion.
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