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    Senior Member Chris Pomares's Avatar
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    Sun Valley in the 70's. I think it's time for another visit next Summer.
    A busy Saturday on Petit Lake. 1 boat. In the 3 or 4 Summers Martha and I waterskied with this crew we only saw one other boat once on the lake Friday through Sunday. The waterskiers are Mark Mickelson and Gary Ashurst. I think Gary is still there. Not sure about Mark.
    I built a duplex. 2 bedrooms up and 1 down across from the Warm Springs ski run. 58K. You can hardly buy a nice 912 for that now.

    This event looks like a good excuse to go. Maybe next year?
    Maybe 130 to 135?


    https://sunvalleytourdeforce.com/event-information/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cA0pHYLuOkQ&t=1s
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    1959 Auratium Green 356A Super w/ Rudge wheels
    1970 Irish Green 914-6 w/2.2S
    Current -1967 Bahama Yellow 912 POLO 2cam4 #1
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    Super NICE Chris !!!!!
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    I received my new vintage plates today. Kind of a tribute to Jeff Trask. I miss him. I figured it would be a big hit here.
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    1959 Auratium Green 356A Super w/ Rudge wheels
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    Thumbs up

    Kind of a tribute to Jeff Trask. I miss him.
    Me too Chris ...

    Jeff leading a VERY spirited and VERY hot drive for the '2012 Dana Point 356 Show ....

    Cheers
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    '67 Malibu 327 spt cpe - Period 350 Rebuild

    98 Chevy S-10 Utility
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    I tried to keep up with him on a tight twisty road. I could reel him in on the straits. Once it got tight, he was gone. Notice his driving shoes, or the lack of shoes. Having grown up at the beach, I still drive barefoot a lot.
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    1959 Auratium Green 356A Super w/ Rudge wheels
    1970 Irish Green 914-6 w/2.2S
    Current -1967 Bahama Yellow 912 POLO 2cam4 #1
    www.reSeeWorks.com
    Personalized Vintage Porsche's and parts
    I couldn't find the sports car of my dreams, so I built it myself-Ferdinand Porsche

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    I put the pop back into the hood release. I have 3 springs and they’re all tired. So I doubled up. I need to get a new stronger spring.
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    1959 Auratium Green 356A Super w/ Rudge wheels
    1970 Irish Green 914-6 w/2.2S
    Current -1967 Bahama Yellow 912 POLO 2cam4 #1
    www.reSeeWorks.com
    Personalized Vintage Porsche's and parts
    I couldn't find the sports car of my dreams, so I built it myself-Ferdinand Porsche

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