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About apesman

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    Leicester

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  • Current 911
    1974 911 coupe, Boxster S RS 60 Spyder Limited Edition

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  1. Bit of a overkill, I sanded back the paint it comes with and resprayed using high temp paint.
  2. Mine was missing but then again so was most things.. Still available fixed with speed nuts.
  3. It helps to seal the engine bay, it is a foam brick.
  4. I guessed and stuck them to the strut cross member.
  5. Hi, bumper mounts only go on one way as the front is angled to match the bumper, the saddle that holds the front section of the bumper shock has longingated slots for abit of adjustment. My car as a slight gap as well..
  6. If you go here http://old.utzon.se/upd/35/154/092/7/92070105 item 26 shows the same round knob as ours and option 26/1 looks like the other type which is not available, this same part number goes upto 1977. The same round knob is on the earlier cars as well as shown here http://old.utzon.se/upd/35/150/074/7/74070120 part 27
  7. apesman

    911 speedo seal

    Not expensive to buy new https://www.design911.co.uk/pages/productList.aspx?search=91164190200
  8. These pics were "borrowed" from this restoration, if you have a few hours to kill check it out. https://www.ddk-online.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=43401
  9. Its a easy job to restore handbrake, this is how mine looked before and after.
  10. Hi Rob, This is how mine was done, I know the black is only supposed only to go around the edge of doors and finish at the floor at the front, but it gives you a good idea. Basically anywhere anything is fitted through the carpet to the shell.
  11. Well I went for it Drilled holes and touched up with paint Fixings on the back Looks good to me Just the 2.7 grille badge now, I know the earlier cars had 4 small holes in the grille for the badge to sit in but later cars haven't the holes so I dont know where to stick it?
  12. Found a better picture of hole positions, I'm gonna go for it, watch this space 😶
  13. Decided to install the engine... The engine had been in storage for about 2 years after a full rebuild, First to fit gearbox and starter.. Borrowed a trolley from work.. Raised the car up, the axle stands are taking the weight the wood under the wheels is abit of added safety. I didn't take any photos of fitting it in too busy, but went in with no problems. Heat shield and exhaust fitted.. Oil and vent pipes fitted.. Managed to source a 74 style bumper valance and had it painted.. This was fitted after engine install.. Brackets to hold bumper side trim underneath Last pic of the car while I was turning it around before engine install in the sun..
  14. Gone along time ago, it wasn't the original someone had fitted a duck tail on it.

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