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    911R Information

    www.pbase.com/911r

    Should it be an R-Gruppe project car
    Ernie W
    member of Early 911S Registry

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    Ernie,

    I was pretty excited to see your recent posts on other threads but man this is ... speachless

    Please pass my thanks on to whoever gave you the scanner for christmas.

    R Gruppe #259

    73S 2.7RS Spec Sporto

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    Greetings,

    Ernie, That is great stuff. I have a question. You show a photo with a rear tool bin. Was that in all of the Rs built? I have one in my 68 Rally and I have never seen another until your site. Thanks.

    Best,

    Don

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    ...wow. hand's down the best single collective informative R material out there. just build it already ernie. again...wow.
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    Goldmember ttweed's Avatar
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    Wow! I'm amazed. What a great resource. I've bookmarked it immediately and will return to study it all.

    Thank you, Ernie!

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    Me too! Now on my favorites list. The only way I'd ever own an "R" is to win a lottery, but gosh...a lot of fun stuff here. Thanks very much Ernie.
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    Hi Ernie,

    It's great to see your 911R materials online. It's a wonderful resource. Of course it would be the perfect R Gruppe car!

    Would you use an early SWB car or a '72 911 for the correct oil tank location?

    Hope to see you at Dunkel Bros.
    Bert Jayasekera
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    OK. That's an amazing website.

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    Thanks Ernie

    That site is a real inspiration
    Nick Moss - Early 911S #476 - RGruppe #318 - early911.co.uk

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    Consider your self promoted to full 'member' status. What a knock out of a site!
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