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Thread: 1973 S Targa

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    Looking good dad! I forgot how bad the rust was

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    Attempts were made to repair the rust damage to my doors but it was soon realized it would be cheaper to replace them. Jim Breazeale of EASY was very helpful in obtaining a like new '72 passenger sided door. He also let me know he had not seen nor heard of a nice early drivers side door in some time. Apparently the driver's side doors did not survive. So I found a mid '80's door from David Cardone in Cali and the craftsman at Devlin's turned it into a early '73 that I needed.

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    Those guys are GOOD!
    Early S Registry member #90
    R Gruppe member #138
    Fort Worth Tx.

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    Those guys are outstanding. Tim Devlin, the owner, is a man of integrity that is hard to find these days.


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    Glad to see they put in the reinforcement pieces,,,, that's not always done,,,, can cause inserts to be ripped out later.
    Early S Registry member #90
    R Gruppe member #138
    Fort Worth Tx.

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    Senior Member
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    Nov 2003
    Santa Monica CA

    metal man

    those guys are the go to for metal work. Just as good as the experts on the west coast ( we know who they are ) But if you live in the Mid West --this is the shop.Chris
    1. Chris-Early S Registry#205
    2. '70 911S Tangerine
    3. '68 911L Euro Ossi Blue

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