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    Where's the ESSES ad $? LiveFromNY's Avatar
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    Count me as part of the club but let's call 'em what they are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkadams View Post
    Another 912 --> 911 conversion chiming in here. Looks like you got all the good pieces to go in there and are doing a nice job!
    Thanks you! I am stoked to have the time to get this project done. I don’t know what to do with the numbers matching 4cyl. I would hate to part it away from this car. But I guess it could be put back in if someone want it after my life time. Maybe it’s worth more as a numbers matching 912 with extra cylinders

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFromNY View Post
    Count me as part of the club but let's call 'em what they are!

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    I just call mine a '65, but I still end up explaining.

    Chris Fryer
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    Best thing is you can option to your hearts content, Kardex be damned. Mine has a 2ltr aluminum streetable race motor, vented brakes, leather, wood dash, aux lights, roll bar and 4.5 inch alloys. Maybe 10k invested in a '66 912-6. Fun!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sanders View Post
    Best thing is you can option to your hearts content, Kardex be damned. Mine has a 2ltr aluminum streetable race motor, vented brakes, leather, wood dash, aux lights, roll bar and 4.5 inch alloys. Maybe 10k invested in a '66 912-6. Fun!
    That’s the crux of it right there. Have your cake and eat it too. Nothing after the conversion can ever be ‘wrong’.

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    Nice work! A little cutting, a little gluing and a lot of fun! Congrats. Here's my 68 912-6:
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    Mauricio
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    Quote Originally Posted by sanders View Post
    Best thing is you can option to your hearts content, Kardex be damned. Mine has a 2ltr aluminum streetable race motor, vented brakes, leather, wood dash, aux lights, roll bar and 4.5 inch alloys. Maybe 10k invested in a '66 912-6. Fun!
    I couldn’t agree more. I think my only regret is paying more for a numbers matching car from the beginning. For anyone who wants a SWB 911 and can’t afford one like me, this is a great option.

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