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Thread: Rare Shades 4: Los Angeles Arts District 9/14/2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFromNY View Post
    Great car and great owner. But signal yellow isn't PTS and there's at least one more out there that I know of (although not nearly as nice as this one).
    Your purple car and the story behind it was great.

    The "signal" colors weren't all that uncommon, then. But, as the interest in oranges and yellows faded in the 80s and "red" was all the rage so many were repainted. IIRC, Tangerine and Signal orange (the oranges) were about 30% of orders in 70 or 71... That's quite a few cars. But, you don't see them too often these days, even living in porsche central here in Socal.

  2. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by Peanut View Post
    Don't wanna hijack this thread, but just read the article in Pano. about your car. Nice writeup.

    Scott
    Thanks, Scott. Very appreciative of Panorama featuring the car. Just sent a copy to the original owner. She's going to be thrilled.
    Member # 2530 (At least I was always told I was a member. The courts will be deciding soon.)

    Hey Chuck! Why were all of the threads discussing ESR member rights deleted from the Off-Topic forum?

    https://www.clevelandterrazas.com/ (just a little plug for my new friends).

  3. #63
    So gulf orange must be the rarest orange being that it was special order in the first place

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