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In the meantime Gerry at Inflex is making good progress on the seats:

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Martin

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Exciting stuff!  The ST-alike is looking pretty cool too

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Fond memories of Bob Watson:

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Need to find a way to safely remove these stickers ...any thoughts?

Thx

Martin

 

 

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Loose stanley blade.

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Deed has finally been done and despite early misgivings, I've got to say Gulf Blue was the right choice of colour.

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C&S Coachworks have certainly done a first class job.

Martin

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Classic impact bumper win.

Looks fantastic.

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Does look good, personally I’d lose the red calipers

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Looks brilliant Martin

42 minutes ago, SP72 said:

Does look good, personally I’d lose the red calipers

Difficult to stop if you do this 😉, seriously though, although a question of taste, I’ve done the red jobs and they can look sad when dirty..best finish I’ve found is Grey Hammerite. Great looking car whatever. When I first saw the thread “Gulf Blue” I thought hmmmm.   ,however, I’m converted.

Graham

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1 hour ago, SP72 said:

Does look good, personally I’d lose the red calipers

Completely agree but didn't think through colour when I had the 'big reds' overhauled....long term plan is to move my turbo calipers over from my 72T but to do that I need some RSR replacements :rolleyes:

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11 minutes ago, Northy said:

That does look nice, Martin.  Good job :ani_clapping:

Thanks Lewis, I'm very pleased with how she turned out :)

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BenC's rear reflector/fogs also worked out nicely.

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Martin

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Car looks great!

Just needs some 7" rims at the front ........

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Tho

2 hours ago, topcarrera said:

Car looks great!

Just needs some 7" rims at the front ........

Thanks mate.

The rims are 7" x 951 / 8" x 911 Fuchs F/R to clear the 993/965 calipers....now a set of 8" x 951 Fuchs / 9" x 911 Fuchs front n rear would be nice :rolleyes:

Martin

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14 hours ago, mrg3.6 said:

now a set of 8" x 951 Fuchs / 9" x 911 Fuchs front n rear would be nice :rolleyes:

Hmmmm, I wonder who might have a spare set of those....

Car looking great Martin, good to have you back this side of the pond.

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2 hours ago, jevvy said:

Hmmmm, I wonder who might have a spare set of those....

Car looking great Martin, good to have you back this side of the pond.

Thanks Jevvy....now you have me wondering? :rolleyes:

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Gerry at Inflex pushed to finish my unexpected Xmas present - great work and a really nice bloke to boot :)

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Cant wait to install them.

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Martin

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Completed my Xmas week in Wales with a visit to Simon Farrell at PF911 to drop off my knackered old factory mats.

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Simon is another hidden Porsche resource and I'm looking forward to seeing his work in the New Year.

Martin

Any recommendations on how best to fix the rear seat pads?

Thx

Martin

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On 24/12/2017 at 3:47 PM, mrg3.6 said:

 

Any recommendations on how best to fix the rear seat pads?

 

I used evostick on mine - worked well but not tried to remove them!!

On 15/12/2017 at 6:10 PM, mrg3.6 said:

 

 

Need to find a way to safely remove these stickers ...any thought?

 

 

Try TARDIS - it will take any sticker off. If you want to keep the stickers that would be harder - heat gun?

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Productive day - Madras Blue Plaid sports seats duly installed:

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Now just need to collect my new floor mats from Simon Farrell in Cardiff.

Martin

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Those seats look amazing with the body colour - just perfect 👌 

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This car looks amazing, great colour choice and the interior is a perfect match, love it.

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3 hours ago, mrg3.6 said:

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Love this shot :)

Nice coordination with the interior there too.

Paid C&S a visit today, Chris sounds like a knowledgable and pragmatic chap, will hopefully get their estimate next week.

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+ 1, great pic ,car looks brill and cool looking garage .

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41 minutes ago, SP72 said:

Love this shot :)

Nice coordination with the interior there too.

Paid C&S a visit today, Chris sounds like a knowledgable and pragmatic chap, will hopefully get their estimate next week.

Picked up my spare lid from Chris yesterday - very pleased with C&S service :)

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Martin

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25 minutes ago, Henry said:

+ 1, great pic ,car looks brill and cool looking garage .

Thanks - unfortunately not my garage, that's next months project :unsure:

Martin

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