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    Rough. But metal can be saved.
    We have all followed the posts from England about the right hand drive silver 2.2 car that was taken down to the basics and built back - one repaired piece - at a time.

    Alan.uk at Canford Classic in a wizard at car restorations. http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...-of-a-RHD-2.2S.
    Yes they can be saved. His odyssey is documented in 18 pages on this site.Follow though his "how to" - think your car is in worse condition?

    Do I see the little ring thingy under the dash that releases the gas lid? Woo-boy that's the real thing. 1964 only.
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    This may be easier to read.
    It is amazing what can be done to restore this car.
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    Its got the early,early dash top & excellent radio area............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobs 67S View Post
    Rough. But metal can be saved.
    We have all followed the posts from England about the right hand drive silver 2.2 car that was taken down to the basics and built back - one repaired piece - at a time.

    Alan.uk at Canford Classic in a wizard at car restorations. http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...-of-a-RHD-2.2S.
    Yes they can be saved. His odyssey is documented in 18 pages on this site.Follow though his "how to" - think your car is in worse condition?

    Do I see the little ring thingy under the dash that releases the gas lid? Woo-boy that's the real thing. 1964 only.
    Yes, it is the original gas lid release. Thanks for the link, I'll check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davep View Post
    This may be easier to read.
    It is amazing what can be done to restore this car.
    Thanks, I'm learning. When I checked to see if the photos posted...kinda BIG. I'll learn.

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    300 088 wheel photo

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    Photo of wheel on 300 088.
    Date stamped is 11/64.

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    2013 03 11_0597.jpg
    Better photo of date stamp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawaiikane View Post
    Thanks, I'm learning. When I checked to see if the photos posted...kinda BIG. I'll learn.
    Big photos add detail which can be good. For the badge I cropped, rotated and enhanced the colors. To make it even better, you could clean the badge a bit to increase the contrast, and then take a closeup. Some details like this or the ring that Bob mentioned need to be documented in detail. You need to get someone, like John Esposito or Freddie Henandez in California, to evaluate the car and give you a good idea what it will take to restore it.
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    Bali blue...from the 912 Registry...
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa View Post
    Bali blue...from the 912 Registry...
    Nice photos. Thank You!

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