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Thread: Removable seat extensions for the rear jump seats

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    Senior Member HughH's Avatar
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    Hugh Hodges
    73 911E
    Melbourne Australia

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    1966 911 Coupe - Slate Grey - 304598 - still in restoration!

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    AZ, UK, FR
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    first ride - 10 yrs old in a 73 911S - Silver - I was done for
    Started 'playing' with them in the late 80s
    Started racing a 72 911 T built to 2.9L RSR in SoCal SCCA, PCA, POC early 90s
    Have owned over 50 long hoods from late 80s until 2000
    dropped out from 2000 - 2018 - due to life, work, travel
    Been building a 2.8 'RSR' inspired car since 2018 - 9111121235

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
    He's got a stash of Glasurit paint in old tins, and NOS tires wrapped up in cloth.... all the window rubber has the old purple tags on it, and the same for the fuel lines and brake rubber lines (safety be damned.... it's only original once).
    Very much interested !!
    George Kehler in Tennessee

    1955 356 coupe
    1971 911S (knee deep in restoration)
    1997 993 Targa

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