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    Quote Originally Posted by sebastianroher View Post
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    Excellent! Green + blue + Sports Seats = boom-shaka-laka-laka

    Nice high-speed touch w/ the door pockets, there, too, Seb





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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    . . . thought I would gather up extra door pockets stored around our two shops because of all of our 69-73 projects going on; this was part of the haul.
    I am soooo glad I inherited packrat DNA from my parents . . .
    Nothin' like an Olde Threade, eh Frankster? . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by sebastianroher View Post
    I guess now I get to start compiling lists of parts/tools I need to buy... anything you recommend I purchase to get started?
    Yes!

    Find out what Rusty's favorite beer is.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Yes!

    Find out what Rusty's favorite beer is.
    Yes! we've already got the spare engine over there and trying to re-awaken the long dormant beast So you've got some door pockets for me Frank?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sebastianroher View Post
    I guess now I get to start compiling lists of parts/tools I need to buy... anything you recommend I purchase to get started?
    Yes, a garage. Get that car dry and inside somewhere else while you build your garage.
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    I think never saw blue Sports Seats in a 2.2l. Id did in a 2.4l but never in a 2.2l. Rare.
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    Started the tear-down under the supervision of the Porsche "Master" my good friend Rusty. Surprisingly no broken bolts yet and didn't tear up anything. Found out that I had the old style tensioners so I believe an upgrade is in order at some point! Removed many dry rotted fuel lines and when the tins came off, it revealed a very, very dirty engine. Internals looked fine though, still had oil in the case.. We turned the engine on its side and put marvel mystery oil in one side so it can work the pistons free (the engine has been sitting in a shed for nearly three decades). Haven't really seen any signs of moisture damage so I am extremely relieved, just concerned still about the seizing issue but I heard that it's definitely not uncommon and we should hopefully get everything turning here in a few days. I'm going to take a lot of the tin and engine components to school so I can use their industrial size parts washer. A lot of work ahead, but I'm enjoying every minute of it 2.2 engine.jpg2.2 engine2.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by GT3DE View Post
    Yes, a garage. Get that car dry and inside somewhere else while you build your garage.
    I'm working on it! I'm probably going to take the car to a storage unit in the meantime while we work on getting the garage going. I think I'm a tad bit mental...new house, working on putting up a garage and then this project all together at once!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 911T1971 View Post
    I think never saw blue Sports Seats in a 2.2l. Id did in a 2.4l but never in a 2.2l. Rare.
    Loving the good news!!!
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    GREAT color Combination. It makes me think of Sir Jackie. I like it!!!
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    Had a few GREAT cars. Do I miss any of them? NO!!!
    However, I am Glad to have the one I have now:
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    Hi, sebastian. Nice car.
    Two years ago i did the same with my car, restore it completly.
    Take a lot of pacience...... and money
    Enjoy it.

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