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Thread: RENNSPORT VI through JZG's lens............my last Hurrah.

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    Senior Member John Z Goriup's Avatar
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    Before it became Ruprecht, my Porsche was a '70 911 T



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    " slavish adherence to originality wasn't for me, because the car wasn't as good as it could be."
    Rob Dickinson's response when asked what motivated him to build Singers

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    Thank you for superb and organized photos, John
    yomi 1969 912 coupe

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    Senior Member John Z Goriup's Avatar
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    Before it became Ruprecht, my Porsche was a '70 911 T



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    " slavish adherence to originality wasn't for me, because the car wasn't as good as it could be."
    Rob Dickinson's response when asked what motivated him to build Singers

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    Senior Member John Z Goriup's Avatar
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    Before it became Ruprecht, my Porsche was a '70 911 T



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    " slavish adherence to originality wasn't for me, because the car wasn't as good as it could be."
    Rob Dickinson's response when asked what motivated him to build Singers

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    Senior Member John Z Goriup's Avatar
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    Before it became Ruprecht, my Porsche was a '70 911 T



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    " slavish adherence to originality wasn't for me, because the car wasn't as good as it could be."
    Rob Dickinson's response when asked what motivated him to build Singers

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    Senior Member John Z Goriup's Avatar
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    Before it became Ruprecht, my Porsche was a '70 911 T



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    " slavish adherence to originality wasn't for me, because the car wasn't as good as it could be."
    Rob Dickinson's response when asked what motivated him to build Singers

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    Before it became Ruprecht, my Porsche was a '70 911 T



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    " slavish adherence to originality wasn't for me, because the car wasn't as good as it could be."
    Rob Dickinson's response when asked what motivated him to build Singers

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    An entire set devoted to one of the seemingly more under appreciated PORSCHE motorsports jewels..............The RS Spyder.

    I find it easy to stand in front or back of these cars for hours on end and study the engineering in the various disciplines of mechanical, aero, composite / material science, etc. - I found this example to be particularly interesting since it was unpainted and fully revealed all the details of its design / construction. Truly a quantum leap for Porsche.
    Before it became Ruprecht, my Porsche was a '70 911 T



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    " slavish adherence to originality wasn't for me, because the car wasn't as good as it could be."
    Rob Dickinson's response when asked what motivated him to build Singers

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    Yes, the RS Spyder is a beauty. But it sings even better than it looks.

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    Before it became Ruprecht, my Porsche was a '70 911 T



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    " slavish adherence to originality wasn't for me, because the car wasn't as good as it could be."
    Rob Dickinson's response when asked what motivated him to build Singers

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