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    Don't look if you're a purist

    Hey! I thought I told you not too look.

    Being a charter member of the Can't Leave Well Enough Alone horde, I recently fell into an opportunity to alter my hot rod.
    I've had for quite a long time a Chiffon/light gray, two toned thing happening. Because of my deep love of Slate Gray I've decided to change... So now I have a Slate G hood and engine lid.
    I've also really loved a factory treatment you occasionally see... mine has a bit of a twist with a touch in the license plate area too.

    It's vinyl wrap so if I decide too, I can simply change or remove it.

    No doubt its not to everyone's taste and still not exactly the way I want it ...but its close. And yes, I will be re-installing the Cibie Pallas.
    Cheers. Happy new year.
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    Nice Mark......
    Chuck Miller
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    Senior Member NickP's Avatar
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    Looks good Mark, lots to like.
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    Thanks guys... I haven't driven it since May and its only January... the wait is going to kill me.
    Early 911 S Registry member #1304
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    Ain't vinyl wonderful?

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    Looking good, Mark...
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    Awesome! UVa colors!! Wah-hoo-wah!!!
    Only dead fish go with the flow.
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    Cool! Very '60's-ish, especially the hood.
    Rich
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    1966 911 #304065 Irischgruen

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    My buddy John... long time my friend. Pretty insightful you posting one of my favorite artists, Piet Mondrian. I really did think about him during this re-imagining.
    We need to organize some kind of get together in the city soon... like we used to.

    Hope you're doing well.
    Last edited by Mark Morrissey; 01-15-2018 at 10:00 AM.
    Early 911 S Registry member #1304
    East Coast R Gruppe #562
    Art director/graphic designer, writer/photographer

    My German names are Kraushaar and Pritzius
    Instagram: morrissey_porsche
    Hot Rod 911
    1974 914


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