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    Book: Porsche Racing by Laurence Meredith

    Porsche Racing by Laurence Meredith covers the years 1951-2000. It includes information and great pictures of racing 911 cars, along with race specific cars.

    The book is in like new condition.

    The book is $35 with free shipping to the continental U.S.

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    Andy Linden
    1967 912
    1990 Jetta GLI 16v

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    My Mom totaled her car, so now there's no money for mine!

    The book is still available.
    Andy Linden
    1967 912
    1990 Jetta GLI 16v

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