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    Bruce,

    Never could find you at Luft yesterday, but finally found your car tucked away up that alleyway. It looked amazing! What a great venue for the event.
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    Thanks Steve!

    For all of us who attended I imagine the immense scope and size of the displays at Luftgekuhlt 9 will be etched in our Porsche memories for a long time.

    So when Jeff Zwart (on his bicycle) says "hey follow me" you know it's going to be good! Outside for Luft Air on Saturday and inside Warehouse 116 for Luft Air and Water on Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevesc_us View Post
    Bruce,

    Never could find you at Luft yesterday, but finally found your car tucked away up that alleyway. It looked amazing! What a great venue for the event.
    Here is stevesc_us amazing Lime Green '74 Carrera, I spent a long time looking over this excellent Carrera!! It's just perfect.
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    https://www.roadandtrack.com/car-cul...y-luftgekuhlt/

    Excerpt from the Road and Track article above:

    "I really try to set up the cars in a way that they will create the perfect photo opportunity," says Zwart, who places the cars, one at a time in the 24 hours leading up to the show, in what ends up being the most photogenic place possible. The cars pre-stage in an area on the edge of the site, and Zwart, atop a well-worn carbon fiber road bicycle, zooms back and forth, leading each car to its idealized backdrop, then zipping back to the lot for the next one. "I put the car exactly where I would want it if I was taking the photo. But now everyone is carrying their own camera - all you need today is a phone - and I let you hit the shutter yourself. Some of the shots come out better than I could have imagined."

    A few of my favorites that certainly benefited from Jeff Zwart's photographer's excellent eye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdladd View Post
    Here is stevesc_us amazing Lime Green '74 Carrera, I spent a long time looking over this excellent Carrera!! It's just perfect.
    Thanks Bruce!
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    74 US Carrera Coupe #63 (Lime Green)
    73 911 T Coupe #1891 (Gemini Blue)

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    Targa California 2023. Palm Desert to Chuckwalla to Borrego Springs to Sycuan Casino to Temecula and then home ... great drive this year!
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    Nice Bruce !!!!
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    Just down the hill from Snow Basin Ski Area, Huntsville, Utah.
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    I recently found this comprehensive photo essay done by Larry Chen during both days at Luftgekuhlt 9 --- https://youtu.be/I37B3SSwBXI?si=e1XE9drEjIlihQSr

    Photos that follow are all credited to Larry Chen, they are screen grabs of the video above. Many thanks Larry for your amazing work at Luft 9.
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