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    Senior Member jim amato's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerry peters View Post
    Yes it was Bakers car after 3 years of dogging him he finally sold it , my other 65 won the Amelia Cup and was Judges choice at Parade a couple of years ago and I needed a retirement challenge so made an offer , I was attracrted to it because it had a ton of acessories , ie elect sunroof , travel kit, FULL leather , head rests , special amp gauge , ski rack, tinted glass , talbot mirrors , elevated drivers seat .
    I eventually sold the other 65 for well over 200K and it now resides in Portugal , that leaves me with this 65 , two 65 race cars including the Pickett/Gregg car and a Bali Blue 65 .
    I nixed the rocker stripes ( 1968 era) and restuffed the seats , rebuilt the solexes , etc should be done soon
    and dont forget the original glycerin bottle in glove box! i seen it
    registry #2072

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    you seem to have some great cars... welcome to the forum and please, keep posting news and photos...
    1966 911 Coupe - Slate Grey - 304598

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    Quote Originally Posted by davep View Post
    Very nice; I'd like to know more about this one for my database please.
    Would you mind posting vin and engine? just wonding how early the car is. Sure looks sweet!
    ds

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    Nice ride Jerry. Although I still like the VW you had in high school the best. Gil
    64 901- 300024 (oldest ‘911’ race car). 64 911- 300214 (my first 911), 67S 911 Coupe 307372S, 67S 911 Coupe 306731S, 67S 911 SWT 500386S; 67 911R race car, 73 911E RGruppe 3.2, 73 911E S/R, 74 Carrera riviera blue, 74 Carrera Pete Maravich's, 74 Euro Carrera MFI Orange, 74 Euro Carrera MFI Lime Green, 75 RSR race car, '11 GT2RS (gone) , '11 GT3RS 4.0 (gone), 16 911R Mexico Blue stripes and wheels, 18 Turbo Sports Turismo, 19 GT3RS Lizard Green, 19 GT2RS Mexico Blue

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    Hey Jerry,
    I'd like to thank you again for your support of vintage racing. You do a great BBQ.

    We need to have an event at your old/new shop before the Mitty? The Mitty weekend requires a serious dedication to how the car is running.

    An event before the Mitty would be more informal so that SE/GA guys can socialize without racing obligations?

    I can take pictures and write an article for John D for the Esses.

    Are you in?

    We'll still kick their butt at The Mitty.
    Doc
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    Registry Member #2679 friggens's Avatar
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    Special car and you are definitely having a good time with others to keep it company. Nice way to ease into retirement!

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