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  1. #11
    Power plant 2.8...
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    Phoenix OREGON
    Freddie Hernandez
    (541) 535-3304

  2. #12
    Congratulations on VSR ! This car is very nice. Excellent work.

    2008 911 GT3
    1993 RS America
    1970 911E Coupe

    Early S registry #763
    RGruppe # 295
    Zuffenhausen secret weapon

  3. #13
    Congrat Freddie on another beauty and your getting the shop open. Like the name too!
    Dave Pugh
    '73S #493
    RGRUPPE #627

  4. #14
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    Jun 2009
    West Hills, CA
    Looks absolutly stunning!
    Great job Freddie!
    75 911 SCRS

  5. #15
    What's the story on the 2.8? What pistons/compression?

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by CurtEgerer View Post
    What's the story on the 2.8? What pistons/compression?
    They are 93mm JE pistons with a 9.5 to 1 compression ratio and nickies. I also had installed Elephant Racing ribbed external oil lines mated to an OEM trombone cooler. It's a sweet set up.
    70 914-6 #2615 (Metallic Green)
    74 US Carrera Coupe #63 (Lime Green)
    73 911 T Coupe #1891 (Gemini Blue)

  7. #17
    Duck tail after having closed the gaps...
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    Phoenix OREGON
    Freddie Hernandez
    (541) 535-3304

  8. #18
    Congrats Freddie! I'll have to swing by the shop and check it out.

    Congrats to you as well Steve! Stunning!
    Sent from a pay phone

    888888 eL, Oph'eL'ia

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  9. #19
    Thanks Bob. Although an original lime green car, when I purchased the car in late 2010 it was red. Freddie and I were pleasantly surprised when we went to inspect the car that hiding under that red paint was the color I love! What we learned later on as the car was taken down to bare metal was that it in fact had been painted two other colors over the course of its life: black and yellow. This we learned was probably the reason the car had so little rust as the mutiple coats of paint added more and more layers of protection. It's so satisfying to be able to bring a car back to the condition it was originally meant to be.
    70 914-6 #2615 (Metallic Green)
    74 US Carrera Coupe #63 (Lime Green)
    73 911 T Coupe #1891 (Gemini Blue)

  10. #20
    Freddie & Steve,

    The car is a credit to you both !
    My fave '74 / '75 Carrera colour and interior !
    Well done and best wishes for your venture Freddie !

    1970 914-6 - materialised from the 'Lotto' garage into reality
    1971 2.2 911 S - now back in the UK - sob!
    1975 Carrera Targa (ROW) - missed.
    One of us is fast becoming a valuable antique.
    S Registry member 536
    Australian TYP 901 Register Member 44

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