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Thread: she's..uh..small and white, and a deathtrap

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    she's..uh..small and white, and a deathtrap

    got it today, planned my funeral at the same time. november, you're all invited.

    it just competed in suncoast classic rally, wielded by a 71 year old pensioner who came second. it cost more than i wished but it's a 'spend nothing' car, all sorted, 3.6L 993 engine, 996 brakes etc etc.

    a very cautious few weeks of driving is coming up for me.
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    Wow..you need to marry someone so it can be a proper widow maker. Seriously though respectable wheels.
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    very nice, so what exactly is it? and what is the original yob? Do you have a chassis number?
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    Congratulations! Great purchase! Did it race somewhere before classic rallies?

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    and as for the question on everyones mind, yes, the funeral will be catered.

    i am completely jealous

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    p.s.....more pics of the Honda next to it plz

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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4 View Post
    very nice, so what exactly is it? and what is the original yob? Do you have a chassis number?
    sorry to say i have no idea as yet. i bought it on reccomendation of my mechanic, who's helped me a lot these past few months sorting through cheap 911's.
    it was originally a 1977 SC
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    Congratulations! Great purchase! Did it race somewhere before classic rallies?
    it has done targa tasmania and suncoast classic rally
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    and as for the question on everyones mind, yes, the funeral will be catered.

    i am completely jealous
    bar tab too.
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    p.s.....more pics of the Honda next to it plz
    check on carsales soon then :P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spastik_Roach View Post
    p.s.....more pics of the Honda next to it plz
    since when does a Honda have the fuel tank in the front compartment?
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    henk, i checked the date again, it is a 1977 911 SC.
    last interior shot
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    Since I said so

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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey View Post
    henk, i checked the date again, it is a 1977 911 SC.
    last interior shot
    thanks
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    Gotta love the pink in there!!

    Seriously nice ride, clutch. Just make sure you're man enough for it...

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    What a dream car. Please, feel free to post some extra photo's

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    Quote Originally Posted by IWantAnAudiRS6 View Post
    Gotta love the pink in there!!
    Its to hide the blood stains when that accident happens
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    Very kind of you to hold the funeral off till I get back.

    Will you be taking it to Adelaide for the Classic? I'm hoping to be in a e36 M3 there.
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