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    Quote Originally Posted by Jens View Post
    Time for paint on the old RatBasterd.
    Looks great Jens, .... and fast :-)
    Happy Christmas.
    Karl_O'Donoghue RG: 421 E911SR: 792 GS: 5

    '72T Coupe - Sepia Brown #415 Options:M400/404/449/470/568

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    Karlus, years ago you put the Yellow idea into my head. It was time to act on it!
    Well, it’s been too long. We have to get together and turn some turns.
    Happy Chrismas to you.

    Quote Originally Posted by karlusmagnus View Post
    Looks great Jens, .... and fast :-)
    Happy Christmas.
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    RatBastid- '70ish 911 Ltwt Coupe, period Imsa Bilstein RSR coil-overs, 993 TT brakes, 3 litre, R/ST Pipes

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    Nice car and good shoot'n 888..... Holiday cheers
    Chuck Miller
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    Yeah, beautiful Pastel Blue!
    Endeavor to Persevere...


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    RatBastid- '70ish 911 Ltwt Coupe, period Imsa Bilstein RSR coil-overs, 993 TT brakes, 3 litre, R/ST Pipes

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    Thank you Chuck and Jens. I am planning to update the original thread of the car in the following weeks and add some further pictures. Love the car.

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ght=9110201231

    Merry Christmas!
    '70 E Coupe Pastel Blue
    '73 S Targa Gold Metallic
    Registry #2890

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    Quote Originally Posted by albuquerque View Post
    Let me show you my beauty.
    The engine and transmition was completelly rebuild 3 months ago.
    I'm thinking painting it in it's original Pastel Blue, but my wife don't likes it very much...

    cheers
    Good looking 911 Targa that you have in there.
    May I ask you where you made the overhaul of the engine and transmission?
    I saw your rally movie on youtube, and it runs smoothly. Congratulations.
    I can imagine, once changed, its hard to go back on its original color.
    If one of these days you decide to go back, follow the original painting technique used by Porsche in the 70s.

    Best,
    Dennes

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    Brumi,, love it.

    Banana on vanilla ice cream with chocolate sauce.

    Awesome

    Mark

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    My 1970 Targa

    OOPs, sorry of the above post. Thought I was just checking out how to add a photo and it got sent.
    This is the 1970 Targa I rebuilt into just what I wanted for myself. To be driven by myself for my enjoyment so please no flamers. It took 2 years and it is just what I had in my minds eye and I just wanted to show it off a little.
    Original light yellow color with the only part not repainted was the inside of the of the front hood. Some of the modifications from stock include a high reving MFI 250 hp 7R case all done with squirters, 2.5 liter short stroke, Pauter rods, with std/std 66 mm counterweighted crank, Carrera oil pump, lightweight ASSE flywheel with Kennedy engineering clutch. Mechanical fuel injection from my old 69S rebuilt for the 2.5 liter displacement, billet distributor and MSD. Alloy swing arm conversion with sport Bilsteins.Carrera front fender oil cooler, European headers with super traps, FRP fenders front and rear and lots of other little things I like.
    A few pics
    DSCN0918.jpgDSCN1040.jpgDSCN0887.jpgDSCN0870.jpgDSCN0760.jpg

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    Yeah man,
    Awesome
    Mark

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