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    Quote Originally Posted by ETexSpeedo View Post
    Now that has to be one of the best stories on any car forum in a long time.....congratulations.
    Agreed. Great story, and a great looking car.
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    Great Stuff!

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    Thanks, guys... here's a pic of the dash I just took for the steering wheel thread.

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    Wow. Such a great and touching story and so fitting that the car should find you after all these years. Thanks for sharing and enjoy what looks to be a fabulous car.

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    You are a VERY fortunate man, those kind of stories don't come along very often. As the PCA saying goes (started by a Maverick region member) "Its not the cars, its the people" Do you know if they autocrossed at Parades or was it just SCCA? That car will be your 'keeper'
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    Wonderful story...when you have a chance, post some video on youtube. Would love to see your car in action now.
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    awesome awesome story. it's karma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajwans View Post
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    But I hear it was a lovely story!
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    I had the chance to autocross with/against them when Chris and I had our first 911 in the late 70s. Fun days.

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