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Thread: MY 1970 911E Restoration Project

  1. #121
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    Northern FL
    Let's try again...cosmoline...creosote works better on telephone poles!
    Jim Lonsdale
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    60 356 Coupe (First Car $400!)
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    69 911 S
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  2. #122
    Just an awesome project and thanks for all the photos and descriptions...
    Let us know how the first drive goes.
    Also many thanks for your assistance with my 71 !
    73.5 Snrf T
    71 Snrf T
    70S targa
    76 914 2.0
    82 Targa,
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    60 Lancia Appia Zagato GTE
    Searching for transmission 7115322 (911/01)

  3. #123
    Senior Member 72targa's Avatar
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    SF/Bay Area, CA
    Great to see after watching this thread for almost 6 years!
    Peter Kane

    '72 911S Targa
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  4. #124
    Tom, it looks amazing. Congratulations. Please let me know if you are going to bring it over to LRP as I'd love to see all of the details and your hard work in person. I'm PM'ng you a separate question, thanks!
    MBR #3926
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  5. #125
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    I'll repeat my 2015 post...…. Beautiful work Tom !!!

    Can't wait for the posts of your driving adventures …..
    Chuck Miller
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  6. #126
    Senior Member NorthernThrux's Avatar
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    Fabulous Tom. And while 6 years seems long, well, it's less than mine took, so bonus points to you. Looks great.

    Early 911S Registry # 2395
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    2015 Porsche Macan S in agate grey 7sp PDK

  7. #127
    Congrats Tom! It looks fantastic. I restored my 69 E for roughly the same time Tom did his build. I cant count the number of good quality parts I bought from Tom and all his help for my build, so to see yours finished is so great. Cheers on a fantastic build and for being a great guy! Steve
    1969 911 E #824

  8. #128
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    Very nice Tom.... go get it dirty.

  9. #129
    I really do appreciate all the positive comments on this project. The weather here in CT has been too nasty to attempt a first drive so I have been doing some finishing work. I installed the air box and the associated plumbing, the steering wheel and horn pad, the drivers front seat and the front seat belts. Next I will be doing the 4 wheel alignment to set front & rear toe and camber. Here are some more photos.
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    Tom Butler
    1973 RSR Clone
    1970 911E Restoration in Progress

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    Some interior photos
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    Tom Butler
    1973 RSR Clone
    1970 911E Restoration in Progress

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