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Nice-looking 912. I'm sure I'm in the minority, but I prefer the lines of a 912 over a 911. GLWS
You probably are in the minority because they're the same car with different engines. Is the tailpipe considered a body line?
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There's a distinct difference in the flow of the lines. I see it, others do,also
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There's a distinct difference in the flow of the lines. I see it, others do,also
Please elaborate. We're here to learn.
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I guess I was confused with model years, sooooo , I prefer the 66-69 912 OVER the mid 70's 911. Of course, it might be the color throwing me off as well. I'll crawl back in my wheel-well...carry on
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I guess I was confused with model years, sooooo , I prefer the 66-69 912 OVER the mid 70's 911. Of course, it might be the color throwing me off as well. I'll crawl back in my wheel-well...carry on
Not to kick a man when he's down, but I think you mean 65-68. It's short wheel base versus long wheel base I suspect you are talking about.
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Nice guys.

The other reason why I keep coming back for more.
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I guess I was confused with model years, sooooo , I prefer the 66-69 912 OVER the mid 70's 911. Of course, it might be the color throwing me off as well. I'll crawl back in my wheel-well...carry on
I suspected as much but felt you should have the opportunity to explain. No harm no foul.
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