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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    Well done! Recaro was formerly REuter CAROserien, which built the bodies for the 356's. They were going to be the builders of the 911 bodies too, but it proved to be too expensive so they decided to focus on car equipment, especially saport seats.
    Thanks for that... You made me learn something on my free day from school
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    Quote Originally Posted by jorismo View Post
    Thanks for that... You made me learn something on my free day from school
    and to be even more correct, Reuter should actually read Reutter, with 2 ts....
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    and to be even more correct, Reuter should actually read Reutter, with 2 ts....
    I knew Ferrer knew nothing about cars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis View Post
    I knew Ferrer knew nothing about cars.
    I even wrote "saport seats" instead of "sport seats"... I know nothing about keyboards either apparently...
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    I'm gonna read the 1574 page book Porsche: Excellence was Expected, then come back and smoke you all.

    http://www.amazon.com/Porsche-Excell.../dp/0837602351

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    I don't think he's coming back.

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    What is Porsche's complete company name?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    I'm gonna read the 1574 page book Porsche: Excellence was Expected, then come back and smoke you all.

    http://www.amazon.com/Porsche-Excell.../dp/0837602351
    I have that; it's a great read.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wouter Melissen View Post
    I have that; it's a great read.
    Wouter, you never sease to amaze. You car IQ is practically 205. What is the best car book you've ever read? On top of that, what is your favourite car company (if you have one), and while we're at it, favourite car?

    Quote Originally Posted by fisetdavid26 View Post
    What is Porsche's complete company name?
    Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG. Wikipedia, smarty pants, and I also kinda remembered.

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    Christian Huet's Bucciali book is amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wouter Melissen View Post
    Christian Huet's Bucciali book is amazing.
    Refuse to answer the other two, eh?

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    Fastest Porsche on the quarter-mile?
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    What %age of the exterior surface area of a Cayenne is glass, excluding light clusters?

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    Who funded the tooling costs that enabled Ferry to build Porsches in r/h/d?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nota View Post
    Who funded the tooling costs that enabled Ferry to build Porsches in r/h/d?
    I think we should be a little kinder, the poster is only 13 years old....
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