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    have known this car/owner for yrs...

    saw it at Lime Rock over weekend w/ a brand new paint job, and rear ST style steel flares....these flares were really period awesome


    glass like finish....wow........done by one of the best known east coast 911 shops.

    hope he doesnt mind!
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    This was always a great looking car and now it has been to an even higher level. The owner has been working out the details for the transformation in his head for the past few years. It looks like he has succeeded. Can't wait to see it in person.
    Joe
    1973 911 2.7mfi
    Early 911 Registry member #759
    RGruppe #499

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    Right off the track and onto the back roads! Can't wait to drive with this beauty. Nice job DLP!

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    Thanks! The idea was to develop a competitive vintage race car that could be driven to a race and drive home after. I actually did that once with it. It is engineered for a balance of performance, reliability and drive ability as a goal, wraped in an attractive package. Thanks to the talent at AA of Canton, I think they nailed it over the years. Restoration and ST configuration of the body was the last big job.
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    '72T 2.7 RS spec race car
    '79SC 3.6 ltr. hot rod
    '06 BMW 530xi

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    Nice Dana! Classic drive it to the track, race it, and drive it home. Well done my friend.
    Scott H.
    1969 Coupe LtWt - 2.2S motor
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