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    ^^^ That was my former 400 ft-lb breaker bar, with a 4' pipe and me on the end. We figure we got it up to 250 or 300, and the flywheel nut threads had locktite.

    He had this cool old bible.

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    It was such a tight fit to get through that opening and line up the input shaft and bell housing bolts. The j-pipes hang up on the axles, the generator bolt hangs up on the rear floor, the bell housing binds up because we had the block tilted wrong, and the tailpipe hit the bottom of the body.

    He had it on the street the next day after some clutch adjustments.

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      RIP Napa ratchet. Got anymore pics of the 356. It looks extremely clean.

      Instagram: Reichart12

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        Black leather, grey wool

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        Everything's been rebuilt at least once - he's had it since 1972

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          Sharing this here since it may be the birth of a new passion.

          Made a friend at the gym. Older guy near retirement. Wife and I meet him at his house before dinner one Friday. Notice 911 shit all over his house. Shows me his 30,000 mile two owner 993 in the garage. Mention I'm a car guy, but know little about Porsches, just BMW's mostly. He mentions a desire to restore an old 930 or 964 911, but he doesn't have the necessary skills to restore one. I tell him I have no desire to finance the restoration of a 911, but I would love to do the work and learn about them in the process.

          Meeting him this Sunday to take his 993 for a spin a bit south of town. Will update with pictures afterwards.

          Maybe something will come of it. Maybe not. At the very least I get to see what all the hype is about.
          My previous build (currently E30-less)
          http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=170390

          A 2016 Toyota Tacoma TRD 4x4 Offroad in Inferno is my newest obsession

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            Thats going to be fun. I love building cars with other peoples' money! haha

            I love 911s, but after having driven a few, I dont get it.

            You're telling me that because its so imbalanced, and dangerous to drive that its the best... mmmm ok

            I DO want a Cayman though... we'll see what happens
            Simon
            Current Car:
            -2003 Mini Cooper R50 (daily)
            -2002 MR2 Spyder (project)
            Previous Car Count : 24 ... and climbing...

            Make R3V Great Again -2020

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              Originally posted by 2mAn View Post
              Thats going to be fun. I love building cars with other peoples' money! haha

              I love 911s, but after having driven a few, I dont get it.

              You're telling me that because its so imbalanced, and dangerous to drive that its the best... mmmm ok

              I DO want a Cayman though... we'll see what happens
              My coworker who had a Caymen S and has driven a bunch of 911's on track said exactly the same thing.
              91' 318is 90' 325is

              Originally posted by Sonny
              Buy the E30s, they ain't gonna last long
              E30 can make you, E30 can break you
              "He who controls the Nova's, controls the Boomers"

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                A twin cam Carrera race engine with mechanical fuel injection for a 904 hillclimb car.

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                  And here's a cool thread about an Italian-designed flat six with twin cam, 3-valve heads. Bonomelli.
                  http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...win-cam-engine

                  This car raced with it in 1971.
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                    Porsche quiz for you all - (I don't know the answer)

                    What is this car? Flat six, top fan cooling, mid-engine, open top. Is it a variation of a 908? A lightweight spider or hillclimb car? I just don't recognize the shape from this angle. I see maybe "Super Sports Cup" on the side, and "Davison." Any ideas?

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                      Oh, could it be this car, the 908-2 Spyder? The red one above has a different rear bulkhead shape behind the cockpit.

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                        Originally posted by 2mAn View Post
                        Thats going to be fun. I love building cars with other peoples' money! haha

                        I love 911s, but after having driven a few, I dont get it.

                        You're telling me that because its so imbalanced, and dangerous to drive that its the best... mmmm ok

                        I DO want a Cayman though... we'll see what happens


                        Sometimes things that don't always act in a polite manner can be very enjoyable.
                        Lorin


                        Originally posted by slammin.e28
                        The M30 is God's engine.

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                          Originally posted by LJ851 View Post

                          Sometimes things that don't always act in a polite manner can be very enjoyable.
                          Sounds Ironic, almost Hipster-ish
                          Simon
                          Current Car:
                          -2003 Mini Cooper R50 (daily)
                          -2002 MR2 Spyder (project)
                          Previous Car Count : 24 ... and climbing...

                          Make R3V Great Again -2020

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                              906/10

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                                Build a 911.....

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