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Thread: PMO carbs on stock 964 3.6 engine

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    Thanks! It is even better in person I will wait as long as possible to paint it as things are only once original.
    About 15 years ago I had a 911t with a 3.2, it was completely matte, I will try to find some pictures of that one.
    I remember selling it: impossible! Nobody liked it, and it was for sale for 6 months for a bargain price. Instagram changed some things....
    Quote Originally Posted by JackMan View Post
    Very very cool car, love the color and the Braids. Now get out there and drive it, get it dirty! Don't worry about making the front bonnet perfect. Don't paint it. Love the patina of the chips on the leading edge of the front bonnet/bumper. If you are afraid of rust or can't stand the look of patina, hire a pro to respray. Your front bonnet and bumper are way past the touch up paint stage.

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    Off to Ohlins Center for a full custom TTX setup, can't wait Name:  IMG_3936.jpg
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    Hi, I found an article in excellence magazine about a green rsr, Eade Hopkinson was the owner, seems he had done just a pmo 46mm carb conversion and a hpx ignition system. Anyone knows this car?

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