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Thread: 1976 911 S with 89 3.2 - new mid year to drive and improve mildly

  1. #51
    Quote Originally Posted by jimhuiz View Post
    We almost built that home so I'm familiar with the plans...or at least the starting point. Here ya go...
    Thanks for the link for the house plans, amazing that you saw it and knew where the house plans were, it's a neat design I think, the one in the picture is located in Casper, WY. Local builder specializes in contemporary designs and it seems to be very well constructed.

  2. #52
    Tidied up the engine bay a bit ... still have some work to do.


  3. #53
    1993 back in time to ... 1976.


  4. #54
    Natural progression of things - mid August 18 to mid March 19.
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  5. #55
    The 76 looks great Bruce!! Are you bringing to Luft. 6 ?

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  6. #56

    Work/travel commitments are getting in the way of Luft 6 this year unfortunately. Will be westward bound for the first big road trip in the yellow car for Targa California in early June.

    Have a good time at Luft!


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