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Thread: Back to Albert Blue and the road.

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    Louisville Ky

    Back to Albert Blue and the road.

    Heres a few pics of my 70E back from paint and a clean up.
    Carpet, dash and headliner from Tony at Autobahn, MFI from Tony at Stuttgart.
    Driver quality resto, and drive it does, what a ball!
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    70E Albert Blue
    Member #1906

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    San Antonio, Texas
    very nice!

    '73 S Targa #0830 2.7 MFI rebuilt to RS specs

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    Senior Member aporschaguy's Avatar
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    Great White North
    Congratulations. I'm glad to see another E get the care and respect it deserves. Enjoy
    "He has all the virtues I dislike and none of the vices I admire."

    1971 911e
    1978 911sc Targa (Sold)
    1973 911 RSR (Clone)

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    Something to look forward to ! Very nice
    scott kinder

    Registry #614

    9110220587 - 1973 RSR revival in progress
    My Car Thread: "Five-Eighty-Seven..."
    “If it isn't there, it didn't cost anything, it doesn't weigh anything and can't break." - From the philosophy of Grady Clay

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    Looks great!
    1971 911S, 2.7RS spec MFI engine, suspension mods, lightened
    Early 911S Registry Member #425

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    very nice. I always liked that color.

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    Defender of the Normal John Fusco's Avatar
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    Beautiful !
    That is such a great color.
    I need to pummel my car to the point of changing back to Aga.

    Du must schwein haben

    901/05 #305701

    Bultaco Metralla 62 M8
    1968 BMW R69S

    Early911SReg #606

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    Louisville Ky
    Thanks all for the kind words!

    I will post some more pics and details soon. This time of year is very busy for me.
    I wish I had the time and writing skills to do as good a job as Long Ranger has done with his inspiring Ten Fifty-nine thread. Although my E is not of the same caliber as his S, my general approach to making a driver was similar.
    I replaced what needed replacing and left all I could original.

    I mentioned in the first post that Tony at Stuttgart did the MFI, and that he did, along with helping me buy the car, rebuild the transmission, buy new parts, and take the engine in out and in 4 times, and put the windows back in!
    Oh yeah, and putting up with my newbee questions and constant pestering. Thanks Tony! Your guidance and expertise through the whole process is much appreciated.

    OK, back to the races, be back soon!
    70E Albert Blue
    Member #1906

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    Porsche Nut merbesfield's Avatar
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    Looks beautiful. Tell me more about the dash. I have to get my SWB dash done.

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    The dash and speaker grill had the usual cracks. When we removed it for paint, it actually broke in half.
    Tony said no problem and off it went to him.
    Tony is a delightful man to talk to and did a fantastic job on the dash.
    I'd prefer you talk costs with him, heres his contact info.

    Autobahn Interiors
    3970 Sorrento Valley Blvd.
    Suite 100
    San Diego, CA 92121

    70E Albert Blue
    Member #1906

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