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#013 911R photos and other great cars

From the archives of faapgar:

911R #013

















356 Carrera S and Fred's 906:








RSR:





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Cool pics, Anna. Thanks.
Fred's never shown me these...
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That R is awesome. I thought they were all white.
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Owner had it painted grey when new.Bump please
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Great pics
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Pictures were taken in 1979 in Califon N.J. Hunterdon County
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Just stumbled across this post ... I believe I recognize the shop in these pictures

Fred - is that Charlie standing next to you in the pic with Steve's 907?
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Bump for a very good man with a happy history and happily revived P-car future
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Awesome pics cool to see some of Fred’s projects from his prime
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Holy Moly these pics are awesome. Fred you were in it bigtime. Living the dream.
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911 r

Those were fun days.I stored the 013 car for several years as the owner was out of the country.He would call to make sure the car had been driven.My answer was always yes.That was the first car I had driven with Titanium rods.The car came in with a carb fire that melted the diffusors.So I tore down the top end and cleaned up the heads and top ringlands.Motor had 10,000 kms at the time.Cylinders were chromed with perforations.I called Frau Behr and she sent new rod bearings.Put it back together and it changed my Porsche choice forever.I have Ti rods and valves in several cars.Thanks for the response.Fred
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