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    911R replica (?) in silver with black fuchs

    Does anybody know anything about this beauty or when I can get additional pictures? I came across this picture on the web and am now losing sleep over her.
    Stance, color, graphics, I just love everything about this car. Name:  Silver R.jpg
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    Belongs to Magnus Walker

    one more pic in the end of this thread

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...dead-or-alive*

    ME L*I*K*E 2

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    yep, that's Magnus' car. He has fine taste in early 911's and knows just how to put the best and most tasteful mods on them.
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    thanks!

    Many thanks! Magnus has excellent taste indeed.

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    Hoping Magnus doesn't mind, here are a few more of his machine I took earlier this year's at the LA Lit show swap meet in Costa Mesa.

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    Fantastic, thanks. Love the flares, and paint scheme.
    I am not sure: did he install larger diameter and width rims or it's just an effect of wearing low profiles and the black?

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    evening gents.
    many thanks for the kind words regrding my 68-911 R Inspired car.
    more R eye candy attached..

    i am currently working on the following cars
    65 built 66 sunroof 911
    67 S-" R"- INSPIRED HOT ROD.
    72 ST INSPIRED HOT ROD.

    Stay tunned -all are coming soon.
    feel free to give me a call anytime
    happy holidays & fun filled driving
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    more eye candy....
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    Magnus,
    Wow. Thanks a lot!
    I think I am going to frame a couple of these!
    May I ask you what size tyres/rims?

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    That car looks prettier than a pat of butter meltin' on a short stack.
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