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    I had never seen so many dusty Porsches in one place like at the Emory Campout. A real different kind of Porsche gathering, in a good way. I found everyone so welcoming and friendly…a very special group of people. I met most of the Emory family, a very giving family. During lunch with Rod Emory, I mentioned how I admired not only his manner of banging on metal, but more importantly, what he had before him...a caring and united family. When I saw large crowds of children following Rod seeking more play time, I thought to myself, now there is a man with a big heart…BTW, there was also some incredible cars to see.
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  2. #372
    Thank you Tim for letting VSR build your dream Porsche!
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    Freddie Hernandez
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  3. #373

    From Sicily to Tuscany....

    Hi Freddy,

    We just returned from a 10 day roadtrip with our 911: 1,200KM along the italian coastline from Sicily to Tuscany....Drove like a dream, a real work horse!

    More pictures on Instagram (EcurieLyford), Fantastic car Freddy!
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    Milou / Registry #884

  4. #374
    Milou, you have made my day! No better news than to hear my restored cars are being used and enjoyed to the fulliest extent pleasing to my ears. Thank you for this great report.

    PS. some really nice picture there.
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    Freddie Hernandez
    (541) 535-3304

  5. #375
    Outstanding !!!
    Chuck Miller
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  6. #376
    Senior Member Bill Simmeth's Avatar
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    Well done Thomas! Looks like a wonderful adventure.
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    Porsche Nut merbesfield's Avatar
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    Milou, what a great adventure. Looks like so much fun and in a classic Porsche even better. Nice to see.

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