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    New member with a lot to learn

    Hello my name is Dan Stricklin and I have just joined the registry. I have owned a 1971 911 S for several years but untill recently have not had the opportunity to enjoy it. I am the 2nd owner of the car and though I have owned it for sometime I really do not know much about Porsches. I know the history of this vehicle pretty well. I purchased the car from one of my wifes CPA clients in Denver back in the late 80's. The husband and wife owned 2 911 S that were very similar and they raced them at rallys in the Colorado area. They raced in Steamboat Springs events often. The wifes car was destroyed by fire and this was the husbands car. I purchased it from the wife after the husband passed away. I have had some work done to the car but it needs a lot of tlc which I plan to do in the future. I am looking forward gaining more insight on my car and 911S in general. The vin on my car is 9111300100. I will try to post photos of the car but I am not exactly sure I know what I am doing.
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    Stunning, enjoy the car!! That's what they're made for.
    66 912
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    Looking for a 69S ....

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    Welcome to the board, Dan! An excellent 911 to learn all about!

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    Weeeee!

    71 Sunroof S with the "standard" sport seats and in the green metallic! Do you have the removable back seat extensions? Any other options?

    I expect Rick and Brian chiming in any moment.

    Welcome Dan..
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    Wow, what a stunning color. Looks like your car is very original in its current configuration. Enjoy getting to know the car and the helpful folks here on the forum.

    Kent
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    Excellent and welcome aboard......
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    9111300100

    Quote Originally Posted by danniesaa View Post
    . . . Hello my name is Dan Stricklin and I have just joined the registry . . . looking forward gaining more insight on my car and 911S in general . . . my car is 9111300100. I will try to post photos of the car but I am not exactly sure I know what I am doing . . .
    Hey, Dan . . .

    Always good to have somebody come join Our Little Corner. Lots of New People, lately, too, so . . . welcome aboard

    And your pictures came through just fine, so . . . more please


    Also, when you have a chance + some time --- can you take a shot of your paint tag? . . . here's mine

    Really good to see another metallic green car, too . . .

    . . . finally
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    Welcome...Looks like a great car!

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    Thanks for looking at my 911. I am looking forward to learning more about these wonderful cars.

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    Welcome...... I am also new to the early 911 group and to 911s. There are loads of information here and friendly folks to help you out.
    Alex in Virginia


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