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    General Vehicle Specs
    VIN number ID for Porsches (courtesy Blaine DeLancey)
    2.7 911 Tech Specifications
    Technical Specifications 69-71 (Early 911T Registry page)
    Technical Specifications all models (courtesy, carfolio.com)
    Chassis & Engine numbers ('65-'73) (courtesy, Porsche AG [B]Motorsports)
    Whats It Weigh? (courtesy, Jim Calzia, updated, 4/20/01)
    Bruce Anderson on the 911 (courtesy www.911handbook.com)

    HD Brake Fluid Chart (courtesy, Seine Systems),
    Porsche Brake Summary (courtesy, Bill Verburg)
    Upgrading 911 Brakes (Bill Gregory)

    Interactive tire size/rolling dia. calculation chart (courtesy,Miata.Net)
    Corner Balancing Worksheet (courtesy, Sherwood Lee)
    Polyurethane Bushings for Early ('65-'67) Chassis (Originally on forum by McGuillc)
    Wheel specs for factory and aftermarket Porsches (courtesy, Sherwood Lee)
    Spring Plate Angle Calculator (courtesy, Thom Fitzpatrick and Will Ferch)
    Corner Balance Worksheet (courtesy, Thom Fitzpatrick)
    Torsion bar and coil spring rates ...
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    WTB: 71 fuse box cover

    I just saw picture posted in Tech a couple hours ago.....
    Should have captured it.
    Will check and get get a reference

    71gold Today, 05:03 PM Go to last post

    Are there any better seats than these?

    The experts can state more certainly, but those Scheel R seats were put by factory werks into many of their race cars in the late 60’s. Were the

    rower Today, 05:00 PM Go to last post

    Correct under bumper lights

    What happened to Eric's post showing the Lilac RS with the under bumper fogs and brackets?

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    70SATMan Today, 04:54 PM Go to last post

    Are there any better seats than these?

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