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    Senior Member 72targa's Avatar
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    Show your ride...

    Here's my S at Laguna many moons ago...
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    And here's my "E" at Westport CT. Still needs a bit of work. But its a real lightweight now - Just gotta get some tires . . . . oh, and wheels . . . . . oh, and an engine . . . . .

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    73 - Viper Green 911E Targa - Kermit - Gone but not forgotten

    Kermit's Short Story and Pix on the 911E Website

    06 - Lexus IS250 MT6
    98 - Volvo 70V XC

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    my 2.4S overlooking the Yorkshire Dales in the UK

    1973 2.4S
    1993 964 C2
    2003 BMW M3 CSL
    1967 Land Rover S2A

    2003 996 Turbo modded 520bhp (sold)
    1995 993 C4 Cab (sold)
    1967 2.0 ( sold )


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    Highlands Ranch, CO
    My 67 911s in action thru the streets of Steamboat Springs Colorado!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetE
    the streets of Steamboat Springs Colorado
    How about those plastic flamingo apex markers? Were they on every turn?
    Looks like fun.
    Wallpaper from the recent CFoS.
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    Here is my 72 S
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    Senior Member 72targa's Avatar
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    Dear Admin:

    Any chance we could put some of these images here?:

    or here?...

    Just a thought.


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    hey dave - i took that pic of Rob Dickenson's car in monterey. actually have it framed and hanging on my wall here in the computer/office room. it was the car that i photographed the most. BEAUTIFUL CAR! Catherine Wheel is also a great band. the guy has talent.
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    888888 eL, Oph'eL'ia

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    better late than never

    story of my life. here is an old photo of the 69S taken during the 2nd Tour de Cambria in 2001.

    Its far from being perfect (that it will never be) and now has more battle scars (rock chips & nicks) and a few surface rust that have popped up in the last couple of years. Its a 50/50 car = looks good from 50 feet away at 50 mph (a term my good friend and Nor Cal founding member Rich Sutliffe like to use to describe his yellow 73 Lightweight 911S).

    But despite all the shortcomings, its still a blast to drive and that's what these old 911S are all about.


    Cris Huergas
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