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Thread: Silver Metallic 1973 911S Re-paint

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthernThrux View Post
    OK. Consider me inspired to go take some beauty shots at the beach tomorrow.

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    Do it! It’s only fitting for your car considering how you started your thread!
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    The 2 photos that really make me smile are, the top view and the rear right fender shot. Those 2 photos bring out the beautiful lines and perfect shape of the 911 along with that fantastic silver paint job flowing with the dark shadows. Perfect car Nick.
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    a beauty!
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    Been waiting for the movie to come out for a long time now! Top Gun: Maverick is out and it's a great movie. Nick's 73S is the car in the movie! It was great to help bring this car back to its fantastic restored condition. I just hope Jennifer didn't grind the gears. Haha
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    NO WAY !!!!!!

    That's SO cool Scott.... Will be looking for it !!!!

    2021 ESR Calendar Car !!!! ....


    BIG CONGRATS NICK !!!
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    Very cool. Way to go Nick!
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    Wow, that's what I call a return in investment
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    Whose silver 73 911 is in the new Top Gun?

    Looks like my old car.

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