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Thread: 73 911 goes Porsche motherland

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    Wink 73 911 goes Porsche motherland

    Ok, I finally want to try to post
    a couple of pics showing at least the start of my cars air travel to Stuttgart...
    It doesn't work though... if I attach a .jpg of 180k or so, it tells me the file is too big...

    ANYBODY KNOWS A TRICK TO DO THAT...???

    Now that I am more relaxed about 'her' sitting in a dry barn...
    I actually even got a little further according to a #factory sport muffler# meeting - or not meeting GERMAN noise regulations (at the for me not avoidable TÜV inspection) for the registration back here...
    It is interesting, that there seems to be no proper way to convert the unit for noise back then ('phon') into 'decibel' today. That helps me... so according to a friend working for the TÜV - they could use the old regulation standard ... and my car would be ok (hopefully - keep your fingers crossed) up to 110 decibel which is fr... loud!!!
    I will find out in March or so, right now we have 5 inches of snow!

    HAPPY NEW 911 YEAR TO EVERYBODY!!!!
    GREETINGS FROM STUTTGART!


    Thorsten Klein,
    RGruppe #276, Weissach, Germany

    1973 Porsche 911 T/R (R ennsemmel) -
    LICENSED IN GERMANY (!!) WITH 106dB
    LEISTRITZ FACTORY SPORT MUFFLER!!!
    THERE GOES THE NEIGHBOURHOOD!!!

    2014 991 Carrera (bad weather P car )
    1997 RenaultSport Spider (the 'last' Alpine)

    "Das letzte Fahrzeug auf Erden - wird ein Sportwagen sein..." (F.Porsche)

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    You must be the only RGruppe member who also drives a Smart car.

    Great to hear from you. Happy new year!
    Dick Moran

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    admin_old
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    Thorsten,
    I'm glad you were able to overcome the forum issues you had.

    For some suggestions on uploading images, go to this thread.

    Early 911S Registry web

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    Thorsten,
    send me your pics at "Cornpanzer@sbcglobal.net" and I will resize and upload them for you if I can.
    Dave
    Renn-Spot - Cars & parts For Sale - http://renn-spot.blogspot.com/
    1970 911"S" - Black (originally silver)
    1974 911"S" - Silver
    1973 911"T" - Bahia Red - Now Sold
    10 sec 67 VW
    Early "S" Registry #439

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    Thorsten, you have to edit your photo's down to what is known as "email" size with varoius photo editing software. I use Microsoft "Picture-It". There are others out there, but generally with digital camera's they have to be reduced in size.

    Stay Warm !!
    Johnny Riz
    73E euro 3.2 w. a few goodies
    Rgrp 152
    S Reg 335

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    Hi,

    If you are only going to look at the picutres on your monitor, you only need about 100 dpi resolution. If you have a some type of photo editing software, there will be a place to set the resolution. Also, the soft ware should have a resizing function. These two can reduce the size of your picture file to a reasonable size.
    Harry

    Member #789
    1970 VW Sunroof Kombi Bus - "The Magic Bus"
    1973.5 911T Targa for fun - "Smokey"
    2009 MB C300

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    Gburner
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    Hi TK.
    With all the cool cars you see and drive maybe you should start a free photo site on Yahoo.
    Did that Lambo in the snow have a good heater?
    What did you think of the Mitsouka Orochi supercar concept?

    Go to Yahoo and you should be able to post some pics and give us a link to them.
    Here is my free Yahoo photo site.
    http://groups.msn.com/Gagenracing/homepage or you can make a cool link by useing the http box above.
    My free Yahoo 911 picture site.

    Or send then to me and I can downsize them and send them back to you.
    Stay in touch!

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    Here are some of Thorstens pics
    Attached Images Attached Images  
    Renn-Spot - Cars & parts For Sale - http://renn-spot.blogspot.com/
    1970 911"S" - Black (originally silver)
    1974 911"S" - Silver
    1973 911"T" - Bahia Red - Now Sold
    10 sec 67 VW
    Early "S" Registry #439

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    another
    Attached Images Attached Images  
    Renn-Spot - Cars & parts For Sale - http://renn-spot.blogspot.com/
    1970 911"S" - Black (originally silver)
    1974 911"S" - Silver
    1973 911"T" - Bahia Red - Now Sold
    10 sec 67 VW
    Early "S" Registry #439

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    I would be scared to death to let my baby out of my sight. Especially to be loaded on a pallet. Ive seen to many forklift drivers at work
    Attached Images Attached Images  
    Renn-Spot - Cars & parts For Sale - http://renn-spot.blogspot.com/
    1970 911"S" - Black (originally silver)
    1974 911"S" - Silver
    1973 911"T" - Bahia Red - Now Sold
    10 sec 67 VW
    Early "S" Registry #439

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