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    Senior Member Gumby's Avatar
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    Ron




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    Wonderful sounds ..........
    George Kehler in Tennessee

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    Great video! Does anyone know at what VIN # they moved the rear wheels back and presumably took the weights out of the front bumper? Thanks.

    Chris

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    Watched that video earlier. Wonderful flat six soundtrack.

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    Wonderful 911

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    nice Monza...
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    It's readily available from many sources... unfortunately, I am travelling so don't have any to hand; but it's not difficult to find...
    1966 911 Coupe - Slate Grey - 304598 - still in restoration!

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    Sports Purpose Limited, Bicester Heritage, Oxon, UK
    1965 Porsche 911 Coupe
    VIN: 300545
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: "Unique Shade of Blue"
    Mileage: 11,704 (indicated - TMU)
    Price: £350,000/~US$480,000

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    Dealer Description:

    Engine: Flat-six, 2.2 litres
    Power: 200bhp
    Torque: 160lb ft
    Weight: 1000kg
    Power-to-weight: 200bhp/ton
    0-60mph: n/a
    Top speed: n/a

    Engine is a 2.2-litre development of the motors used in the 2 Litre Cup race cars; Weber carburettors were chosen over mechanical fuel injection.
    Interior mates period elements such as the Momo Monza steering wheel and Recaro driver’s seat with a new wooden dash panel and top quality Connolly hide.
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    I like that Harry isnt reading from a script, he looks very engaged in driving and thoroughly enjoying the learing experience
    Ron




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    1974 BMW R90/6
    1986 Carrera, Plan "B"
    1987 BMW K100RS Motorsport

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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenAcworth View Post
    nice Monza...

    I'll take that as a compliment as I'm the one who supplied it
    @_more_momo --> For those interested in my momo collection, feel free to have a look at my instagram profile https://www.instagram.com/_more_momo/

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