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    Chuck Miller's 911s

    Can someone tell me what color his car is. I loved the shot on the Registry Home Page.
    Dave (77 911S - I know it's a late one) Larson

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    Chuck Miller

    Chuck Miller's 911s

    Thanks Dave,
    The color is 334# Medium Blue Metallic, it came out in 1972 with the same name but with 324# as the number.
    I think it stuck around till about 1976.
    In the color books it's always the chip next to 'Gemini' Blue. Porsche came out with 3 BRIGHT metallic colors for the 'late' early cars

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    And a gorgeous color it is. The pic on the home page doesn't do Chuck's car justice. It was a standout @ Cambria!

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    Just the same comment I wanted to make - that paint looks soooo deep in that photo.

    Never seen that colour before - love it.

    Lucky man.

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    Chuck.........'re fortunate this message isn't on the "other" side. Flares and Ducktails are not big "over" there......R guy thru and thru....

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