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    Luftgekuhlt 6 - WOW!

    BIG Shout & Thumbs Up out to Pat, Howie, Jeff and the Luft Team for todayís event!
    WOW - very, very cool venue, with every Porsche virtually having itís own back-drop. Porsches hiding around corners, tucked down alleyways. A wonderful anniversary tribute to the 914s. Loved the storyline app for each display car. A very special event!
    But .... as a number of us discussed - how the hell are you going to top this one for Luftgekuhlt next year???
    Canít wait! Iíll be coming back again - all the way from New Zealand!
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    Can you post a few....a lot ....of photos, please.

    Scott

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    I ran out of space on Flickr, so I tossed together a quick Wix site just now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 911kiwi View Post
    . . . Loved the storyline app for each display car . . .
    This 'storyline' stuff was part of the application process, and I was curious how this would turn up in The Show

    So --- what exactly was this 'app'? . . .




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    from the bavarian distance....with hopefully a follow up event of last year in munich
    universal studios are such a perfect surrounding, very very outstanding compositions and scenery possibilities
    bravo and chapeau
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