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    Quote Originally Posted by Carl Bauer View Post
    Nick showed us this car 7 years ago: http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...read.php?42536 and it was on Pelican 2 years before that.
    Exactly, so this time I will focus on the repair, not on the car model, this has raised some other wound in some parts of Spain . After these years and being closer I could be putting her work and seeing this truth , and here it is. With years and lack of affection , but with plenty of time ahead.
    Thankss!

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    Yes, I was going to mention that this was that car from the Canary Islands. It will be interesting to hear the real back story on the car at some point.

    That is A LOT of filler and paint that you are taking off. Good luck with the project and keep us posted. How about a listing of the VIN and engine numbers and an engine compartment pic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by t6dpilot View Post
    Yes, I was going to mention that this was that car from the Canary Islands. It will be interesting to hear the real back story on the car at some point.

    That is A LOT of filler and paint that you are taking off. Good luck with the project and keep us posted. How about a listing of the VIN and engine numbers and an engine compartment pic?
    Not origin engine

    The vin number is the number plate frame next to the fuel tank ? It is of 85L and plastic . I remove the paint with sandpaper and then with screwdriver to see he was that yellow , really surprised me as the layers of previous paintings remains !!

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    sadly does not retain its original engine , this , is a 2,7L SC if I remember correctly
    Last edited by _gonbau; 12-19-2016 at 11:04 AM.

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    good again, the photo is old but are just what have kept me interested and clean as it is a car part that has not yet touched the cloth.
    Which recommend treatment to "clean " the chairs ? and other,
    That they have value in the market? I have understood that 2k - 3k between
    Thanks again
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    Well done, keep us posted!
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    Last edited by _gonbau; 06-12-2017 at 04:02 AM.

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    someone has a picture of another welding ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harvey Weidman View Post
    A 72 LY car with ST flairs.....Did they ever use another color? Maybe another missing Toad car?...
    Where is Gib when you need him?

    Good project....Keep up with the photos....And welcome....
    Your English is much better than my French. All I ever learned was "pourquoi" .....It has helped before

    H
    Would you happen to know of all the missing Toad cars? Thanks.

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