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Thanks guys, keep them coming.
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Old 07-07-2017, 01:42 PM
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Curious about the rear lower valence spoiler - is that aftermarket, or a modified 951 spoiler, or something else? AFAIK, the spoiler for the 931 (narrow body) has integral "mud flaps".
Not sure I can offer much more info. The name stamped on the side skirts and the front valance of the kit is Brixner. I couldn't see any name on the rear valance. The rear valance is two pieces. One piece on the drivers side, runs from the back of the rear wheel arch to the back of the car and over towards the tail pipe. The other piece on the passenger side runs from the rear of the wheel arch to the back of the car and over to the tail pipe. The kit was put on the car by the original owner. Interestingly she (the original owner) had the car re-painted before she took delivery. I guess she didn't like yellow. Hope that helps, somewhat.
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That is a fine looking car and would look even finer with a Euro rear bumper.
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Have you seen these, I have the Lemans wheels in 18" on my car.

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Lemans

Here is a photo of them on my old car.

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^^^^That's it that's the look im going for. The 18s look a little big I'd like to see if they have 17s. Phillary nice car and color on the car,not stock I assume.
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Yeah. Thank you. That's 2010 GT3 Silver somebody hit my car at the time I was lucky to have the insurance paint it for free. The car in the photo is now in the salvage yard. Now I cant wait to get my s model painted, this time I going to go with a custom pearl.

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Are those minilites on the 924 I've never seen that setup.
Standard 924 "spider" wheel.





Was painted white, black, etc. for special cars (Martini, Sebring, etc.).

Also, the picture of the Martini 924 is a scale model!

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I'm guessing they're the same that you could get on the 914
914 and 924 wheels are not interchangeable. Four-bolt 914s are 4x130, and 4-bolt 924s are 4x108.

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Love the fuchs on our 85.5, easy to clean and lightweight. Classics

Which Fuchs do you run on your car? Are they 15" or 16" and are they staggered?

I have an 86 and I'm thinking about playing with an extra set of Fuchs that I have from my 911SC. I actually have 6&7s, and 7&8s.
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Anything larger than 17" looks terrible on a 44 IMO. Love the 928 sewer lids, D90, turbo phonies (16"), club sports and cup I (17"). Again remember these cars were designed to run 15"-16" wheels and putting anything larger than that does create some compromise. I do run 17" Cup I on my turbo only because 16" won't clear my front calipers (upgrade big blacks).
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Dang Byron you going for the donk look.
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Are these Fuchs?
https://oklahomacity.craigslist.org/cto/d/porsche/6183654719.html

Avoid looking at the interior pix, btw
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Are these Fuchs?
https://oklahomacity.craigslist.org/cto/d/porsche/6183654719.html

Avoid looking at the interior pix, btw
Yes, those are Fuchs
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Dang Byron you going for the donk look.
That was just a test fitting, I prefer this look.
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