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    Anybody close to Johnson City, Tennessee? Distributor timing issues...

    Hi
    Chris and Madi (world tour-911) are close to Johnson City, Tennessee and have encountered distributor/timing issues and could use some help... any ideas???

    See my post in tours for more details.

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    They can be reached here:


    They can be reached using this address:

    road911@yahoo.com


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    George (govols! here on ESR, silver 71s restoration) lives in Johnson City.
    I will PM him
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    Messages sent. Saw the car but was under time pressure to travel on schedule to Boston. Could not believe my eyes. .
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    Quote Originally Posted by govols! View Post
    Could not believe my eyes. .
    Yikes... more detail please!
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    I got an email from Chris who says he fixed the problem and is onto the Tail of the Dragon today, headed to Atlanta. My wife took these pics. EE34FA13-3517-43BB-A499-24AD5A15DE43.jpg040399F3-2BC4-4D6E-A013-62E4AA3FF704.jpg4B51B449-E6F5-4F8F-9D40-F23A083047A7.jpg
    George Kehler in Tennessee

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    Thanks for the email, George. I just replied to Chris and Madi, giving them some ideas for great drives as they come down from Western NC into North Georgia.
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    Thanks Bryce !! Neat car !! 9F0B66C5-D9E5-4927-AB0A-DA06A6EA4996.jpg
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