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    Where can I view this? Link??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orval_F View Post
    Where can I view this? Link??
    http://pca-ggr.org/files/nuggets/1999/jan/Nugget.pdf
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    Thanks. I forgot that I put that ad there.

    It found a good home in Germany after it became too valuable to expose to the road. I had many fond adventures and trips in that car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orval_F View Post
    Thanks. I forgot that I put that ad there.

    It found a good home in Germany after it became too valuable to expose to the road. I had many fond adventures and trips in that car.
    Would love to see a separate thread by you with an expanded story and photos!...
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    I'm not sure where to start. Too much for a simple post here in the Forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orval_F View Post
    I'm not sure where to start. Too much for a simple post here in the Forum.
    I'd just start at the beginning and see where it goes. And, there's always the ESSES!
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    . . . I'd just start at the beginning and see where it goes. And, there's always the ESSES! . . .
    Hear-hear!



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    Yes Orval, please post your story with 'Ten. It is that sort of story that has been sorely missing here. I would love to read about your adventures with that car and see some photos.
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    I will have to try my hand at creative fiction, but won't get to it until after Christmas. I owned it from 1970-2015 and put about 200K miles on it, with four transmission o/hs and one engine o/h -- all with Porsche parts. It ceased to be fun when the risk/reward ratio shot out of sight.

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