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    Me and my son Alex with the Speedster, Me , Me and my Buddy Danny, over for a visit, his is the Viper green 911.
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    Rob Abbott

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    Taking a needed break while helping run a DE for a local Lotus Group...sore feet and not much personal track time
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    Wink Thomas (Milou)

    Here I am, in the garage, with Vicky our great dane, photographed by a friend while discovering the joys of the Targa :






    Milou / Registry #884
    www.ecurielyford.com

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    Senior Member Macroni's Avatar
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    Me and the kids.

    I will use this as a placeholder for an appropriate pic w/ S content.
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    ES#1275 / R#642 / O#4

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    Last May, at Sea Ranch, CA .... beautiful sonoma coast, before driving back to NY
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    Karl_O'Donoghue

    '73E Targa - Grey Beige #622

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    Hanging out in Monterey, and had to take a shot next to my dream machine. Since It looks like it's owned by Pelican Parts and I've given them a kidney to date, I figure they owe me a photo, ha ha. Hopefully I can get a pic with the Great Pumpkin 69S here when it gets on the road.... any day now.
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    Still tracking together after all these years.
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    Harold
    All gone:
    '73S coupe
    '73E targa (RGruppe)
    '73T targa
    '72E targa

    '79 930/DP935
    '68 VW Crewcab 3.3 930 turbo bus
    '86 VW Doka
    DP935 Registry

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    Senior Member John Z Goriup's Avatar
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    What a can of worms we've opened...........figuratively & literally. You realize this is going to do a lot of damage to a lot of computer monitors.

    Yours truly (captured in a rare pose with closed mouth,) and Ruprecht. Don't have one photo with both of us in it.

    JZG
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    Before it became Ruprecht, my Porsche was a '70 911 T



    Paying member No. 895 since 2006


    " slavish adherence to originality wasn't for me, because the car wasn't as good as it could be."
    Rob Dickinson's response when asked what motivated him to build Singers

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    well at least we have nice mug shots.....

    with the Texan-Mexican connection......
    ....and with the California connection
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    regards Stefan GTSclassics
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    me and olive

    great idea
    couldn't bring myself to pull a randy webb
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    bob moglia
    '72 E sunroof coupe

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