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

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    Wow, Thanks for posting that pictured graph from the RS Book

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    Missed the changing of the aspens by about a week in the Targa Colorado, but we have them now above 8000' in Wyoming. 43 years young this month, just turned 140,000 chassis miles and better than new in all regards, these 911s are sure made to last.
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    Couple more from Targa Colorado, nice driving weather in September compared to sub zero temps, snow and wind here in WY at the end of October.
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    Last edited by bdladd; 10-31-2019 at 06:14 PM.

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    Montana Highway 308 between Red Lodge and Belfry, late May 2019.
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    Senior Member Bill Simmeth's Avatar
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    Excellent picture Bruce!
    Only dead fish go with the flow.

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    Yellow 76 has a new garage buddy, just finished a "mini-restoration" on this dunkelblau 86 Carrera.
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    Congrats Bruce !!!

    Dunkelblau (non-metallic very dark blue) is one of the most beautiful colors Porsche ever came out with.. I believe they shared it with Mercedes in those years...

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  8. #98
    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Simmeth View Post
    Excellent picture Bruce!
    Thanks Bill. Fortunate to have a really expert air cooled 911 specialist up near Red Lodge,MT so maintenance drives these days have the bonus of great mountain roads and views.

  9. #99
    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Miller View Post
    Congrats Bruce !!!

    Dunkelblau (non-metallic very dark blue) is one of the most beautiful colors Porsche ever came out with.. I believe they shared it with Mercedes in those years...

    Cheers,
    cm
    Appreciate your comments Chuck, when I set out on my search for a non metallic blue 3.2 Carrera I didn't realize just how rare the color actually was. Very happy to have found this special Carrera.

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