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Thread: Oh no! Another RGruppe car on the Excellence cover.

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    Time Bandit Jens's Avatar
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    Talking Oh no! Another RGruppe car on the Excellence cover.

    Featuring Barrett Smith's blue '74 RSR look 3.8. The right stuff.
    Good on ya Barrett. Nice!

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    Serious rubber.
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    Originally posted by Jens
    Serious rubber.
    Kinda narrow dontchathink?

    Tom
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    It's a quick one all right...slightly quicker than a 914 1.7....
    Paul D. Early S Registry #8 - Cyclops Minister of West Coast Affairs
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    That was one of the 'Stars' of the last RGruppe Gathering for sure. Everyone was very impressed by it.

    Paul,

    Speaking of Excellence, you are going to get a kick out of BA latest Market Report on the Early 911's in this issue. An excellent condition 'S' is now in the range of $17 to $18K. Sure wish he could find me another one for that price.
    Brian

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    WOW

    I had skid marks in my underwear after Barrett took me for a ride!!

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    Isn't Sweet Old Bruce a hoot? $17K for an "excellent" 2.4 S...
    Like Cris says: "Bruce Anderson's Used Cars"...I can see it now, a corner lot, a few strings of colored lights, a small travel trailer for an office, and he'd be in biz. Dunno where he'd find the rolling stock though. Barrett Smith's car...one kick ass and take no prisoners machine...and it's street legal! Whew! It's an example of why I think we have a few good P-car shops up here in the Northwest...Not all the good wrenches & body men live in the L.A. area...just most of them?
    Paul D. Early S Registry #8 - Cyclops Minister of West Coast Affairs
    "Now, to put a water-cooled engine in the rear and to have the radiator in the front, that's not very intelligent." -Ferry Porsche (PANO, Oct. 1973)

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    74 Up = Pimped Up

    Well since it's a 74 I guess it's OK.

    Thank Gawd, whats his name didn't post anymore pics of his BB2. I was worried there for a moment.
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