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    Cycling, cooking, gastropubs.

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  • Current 911
    89 3.2, 73 Hotrod
  • Daily Driver
    BMW 525i
  • Lottery Car
    300 SL Roadster
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    Yes please
  • Drive of your life
    200km mountain pass in E30 M3

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  1. Haven't been on for a while and as soon as I saw the thread title ..... glad you're ok and I certainly hope the eventual outcome is going to work out for you one way or the other. Let me know if I can help in anyway. ECU unit? Steering wheel (replace)?
  2. You might want to try https://www.chestertoncoachworks.co.uk/ and see if John has any doors, he is one of the top guys in the business, not cheap though. Another place to call closer to your neck of the woods is Dave at https://pro-tectservices.co.uk/contact-pro-tect-milton-keynes/ in Tingewick, he's done a few 911's (including my 964) and while they are now focusing on undersealing he might be able to fit yours in - if he does then rates will be reasonable.
  3. I'll take that if ok Shirish
  4. TBH I don't know much about SC's so just going on what he said, seen the car but not the VIN - will take a closer look next time I see the car and report back.
  5. A friend of mine has a LHD 1976 SC Targa (model year 77) that was delivered in 76, not sure when RHD ones came out of the production line but a one year gap seems a bit unlikely.
  6. 72 engine should be worth a bit more than a post 74 2.7 perhaps worth looking into it.
  7. I have linen seats/doors/carpets but have black overmats which maynot be a bad solution. Let me know if you want a pic.
  8. Ala flintstones car?
  9. Been following them on Instagram for a while, as well as the headline act there are lots of little things to like too.
  10. Early Turbo's have always been the real widowmaker and as each new model went through updates and changes it chipped away at the widowmaker badge. Do not lift applies to many cars, just ask Mrs Mondrian about her encounter with a tree in Westcott Venture park (back when the airfield was open) test driving a cobra 427 replica.
  11. I expect its primarily a commercial & expansive decision, they have their "partners" and probably like to stick with them. I don't think any of the mentioned oils are detrimental to the engine so its a case of what is good and what is better.
  12. Good to read this https://www.opieoils.co.uk/t-car-engine-oil-10w-60-explained.aspx
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