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1975 2.7 restoration

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I’m restoring in my workshop a 75 2.7 and keeping it original, it’s a very sound original car that’s only needed b posts and kidney bowls, and a jack tube one side

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I have also the right tools to remake the carpets

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Looking good and welcome. Are you doing all the work yourself?

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Yes, I’m now a Lone Ranger, able to restore, paint and make trim, and build engines. In fact Virtualy everything 911, and if I can’t do it I know who can.

 

I previously helped someone set up a repair shop specialising in 911’s in 2006, but I parted company with him   18 months ago. That company no longer exists As of January this year,  but  I’m sure it will be remembered for all the wrong reasons.
 

I can’t help with any enquiries to do with the previous company, and I’m having to replace all my specialist tools, as I’ve lost the lot!
 

I want this thread to be about what I can do now, as I rebuild this car, and this business.
 

 

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Thanks for the post. Unfortunately we don't allow trade posts/ads here but best of luck with the project.

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