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    Early S Reg #1395 LongRanger's Avatar
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    California High Desert

    Where'd You Drive Your Early 911, Today?

    This is off Hwy 138, about 10 km East of Neenach, California

    Poppies are blooming . . . and how!

    Happy Easter

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    Senior Member uai's Avatar
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    Horb a.N. Germany
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    UVa Charlottesville,VA

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    1969 911S Targa
    1970 911S Coupe
    1973 911T w 3.2
    1972 Alfa GTV 2000

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    I was gonna drive it but there was a slight problem….

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    Windmills outside of Palm Springs Ca.
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    Ray Crawford
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    '70 911 S Coupe 2.9 w/MFI Twin Plug "Flairs n Chairs"
    '72 911 S Targa 2.4 w/MFI

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    30 miles south of Zuffenhausen
    Quote Originally Posted by LongRanger View Post
    This is off Hwy 138, about 10 km East of Neenach, California

    Poppies are blooming . . . and how!

    Happy Easter

    Wow, that looks really great!
    On Easter Sunday there was less nature for me than a short visit to the inland port in Stuttgart. There was some color there too
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    Golden greetings

    Looking for the engine 6320484
    MY 1972 2.4S Targa
    MY 1973 T with gentle updates
    MY 1988 560 SL
    MY 1965 Giulia Super

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    Winter is kind of over, so I had the first drive of the season with Bellatrix ...

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    • 1973 Biancaneve - 911 2.4 S/F Ivory
    • 1977 Fiona - 911 Carrera 3.0 Oak Green Metallic
    • 1993 Bellatrix - 964 Turbo 3.6 Black

    I keep a registry of 1972 and 1973 2.4 S coupé chassis. Infos always welcome!!!


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    All over the south side of Denver, CO today. No pix. Mostly, today was spent sorting out 1970 Winkelmann WDF-2 Formula Ford.
    Rich Spritz

    1959 BMC Huffaker Mk1 Formula Junior racecar
    1967 Porsche 911 racecar
    1969 Porsche 911T
    1970 Winkelmann WDF2 Formula Ford racecar
    1973 Merlyn Mk24 Formula Ford racecar
    2007 Porsche 997C4 cab (totaled by an idiot running a stop sign)
    2014 Porsche 991 TurboS cab
    2019 Cayman GTS (wife's)

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    Around the block. The first time the car has been on the road in nearly three years (and the first time since I bought it). It’s also the first time it’s been powered by its (mostly) original engine in nearly 20 years.


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    Registry # 3063

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    They’re Vredestein 185/70HR15 tires at all 4 corners. The front rims are 6” wide and the rears are 7R rims all made by Maxilite. There are 20mm spacers on the rear to clear the calipers.

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