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    WOW!! Very nice
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    WOW...I can't take my eyes off this pretty "thing"... a 1972S in "kind of" Dark Olive/Gold Metallic ...I can imagine a lot of "thought" went into picking this color?..at first I just went passed it but the second time I was hooked....are these "massaged" metal RSR flares then?...so this is #0820?...Very Nice... .../ Lars...

    P.S....and it matches the floor tiles perfectly...
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    Hi Lars, thank you for the kind words. Yes this is #0820. I have been after this car for more than 3 years, every 6 months calling the previous owner if he wanted to sell. He bought the car as a donor for a 917 clone. (it had 917 brakes and other things he took from the car), I guess some suspension components as the suspension setup needed a lot of work to get right. The flares are steel and put on the car by Brumos. I still have a lot of questions about the car and its history, until now only John Paul Jr confirming on facebook that was his dad's car. Next week I will take the time to get some better pictures and finally test drive it, can't wait ))
    Quote Originally Posted by larwik View Post
    WOW...I can't take my eyes off this pretty "thing"... a 1972S in "kind of" Dark Olive/Gold Metallic ...I can imagine a lot of "thought" went into picking this color?..at first I just went passed it but the second time I was hooked....are these "massaged" metal RSR flares then?...so this is #0820?...Very Nice... .../ Lars...

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    Awesome! Just lovely...
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    I like it!!!
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    That color is killer!

    Phil
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    Nico, that sure is a thing of beauty. Can’t wait to hear more of it’s significant history. The test drive should be glorious,

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