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  1. #501

    73 911X Cafe Racer

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr9146 View Post
    Which car was yours, Al?
    Marco.............Greetings and great to meet you in Solvang.

    this is my 911. (73.5 with 3.2....and other things)

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    PS: this is what it looks like w/o the bugs splattered all over it (de-bugged)
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    Al Kosmal
    the X-faktory
    Current projects; 69-911.5
    76S rat bastard---off to Germany

    1970 914-4...off to Wisconsin
    73 911X Cafe Racer...........(off to S.F.....now racing in Germany)
    66 912 ...off to France
    71E 9111200979 ( gone to Paris..then to Corsica)
    77S (off to NY)
    Early S #1240

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  2. #502
    Quote Originally Posted by endo911rs View Post
    Yes, Al...the SWB cars are a magical force to be reckoned with...at least what I could see of them through my rear view mirror

    Truth be told...Rich and Kenik made me miss my old '67
    Chris,

    I wasn't able to see much more than your tail lights most of the time, ...........but i have to admit, I was also impressed with the capabilities of the SWB contingent. No matter..........it was a great drive.

    Al
    Al Kosmal
    the X-faktory
    Current projects; 69-911.5
    76S rat bastard---off to Germany

    1970 914-4...off to Wisconsin
    73 911X Cafe Racer...........(off to S.F.....now racing in Germany)
    66 912 ...off to France
    71E 9111200979 ( gone to Paris..then to Corsica)
    77S (off to NY)
    Early S #1240

    RGruppe #669
    www.x-faktory.com

  3. #503
    Off to a "Cars and Coffee" today...

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    John
    1965 911 #301111, Red Book Vol 1 "Cover Car," owned 50 years.
    1967 911 #307347, bare-bones, some road wear, a little surface rust, and a few dents..., owned 10 years.
    1970 914/6GT, (Sold - ran the last three Rennsports)owned 30 years.


    Photography Site: JohnStraubImageWorks.com

    Pushin' back the hands of time, "Along For The Ride" at, http://www.johnstraub.blogspot.com

    Registry #983
    R Gruppe #741

  4. #504
    Went for a 425 mile road trip with a Jensen. The S performed faultlessly and drank half the fuel that the Interceptor did.


  5. #505
    On Friday I picked up my lollipop seat from the nice gentleman who shuttled it from Australia to the USA for me in his container after the historics at Philip Island.

    Now, it sits awaiting installation.

    I am EXCITED!!
    -Marco
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    TLG Auto: Website
    Searching for engine #907495 and gearbox 902/1 #229687

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    I visited my mechanic and I was pleased to watch the engine and the gearbox ready to be fitted in Trudi! All small details are awesome (by example the screws and bolts are true RSR stuff…)
    I watched also the strap to fix the tank, perfectly fitted like original RSR's. That kind of details are very rare in the «replica» business today. And my mechanic can do them because he is a specialist who is selected for judging RS or RSR in high level shows. He told me he was embarrassed sometimes to tell the owner that his car was not true or badly renovated…
    He possessed 2 original RSR (0614 http://www.pbase.com/slidevalve911rs...r_sn9113600614) and another one I don't remember the number, as well as many RS's light and touring. Better to be sure about your car when you want to show him your baby!


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    Nice Silver S Dr. Mark, and welcome to the Registry.

    Marco, congrats on the seat. That's going to be very cool. I need a driver seat, send me your old one!

    And Jack, wonderful car. Sounds like it's done right, by the man that can do just that. Congratulations on a great RSR build.

    Zitronengelb R1012 the RatBasterd

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    I replace my old dead pedal with a better, smaller and lighter version with a much better angle and feel. I also allowed my personal service staff to wash the Little White Car. She was honored... SLAP!!

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    Zitronengelb R1012 the RatBasterd

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    I've been using the Marine Grade Sta-Bil in all my seasonal engines during storage periods with great results. Turn the key on the White car and it starts right up, push the button on my log splitter and it starts right up, pull the cords of my chainsaws and they start right up, snow blower, lawn mower, leaf blower, weed whacker, etc. I'm very grateful to the man who recommended Marine Grade Sta-Bil to me.

    Zitronengelb R1012 the RatBasterd

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    Adjusted valves. Replaced leaky valve cover gaskets with those nice reinforced ones from Vic Skirmants. Started putting the suspension back together.
    Terrence Dorsey

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