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    Modified 1974 911 Coupe
  1. Hey Mark - I totally agree. Batman would have looked cool in a 911 :-) Gotham, hhmmmm. I'll see what I can do.
  2. Glad you liked the photoshop. I've posted a batman one for you.



  3. Hi Mark - Here's a batman one:
  4. Im going to leave the chrome alone. Playing in photoshop is fun, but there's no way I'd touch my 911 with chrome in real life....Its a good laugh though.
  5. Swepco is great, but better for the early boxes. But very good stuff. G50's respond better to Synthentic stuff like Mobile1
  6. The engine has to be running and with oil up to temperature when checking oil level. You cannot do it any other way
  7. I emailed a guy called marc at Porsche germany. Got the answer back in a couple of days.... Hi Can you please send me this E mail address so I can determine what month the car I would like to buy is manufactored.I need the month? CD PM Sent.
  8. Thanks Bruce - I'm self taught, but I could do with a little help so I might look him up. Its great fun today, but very time consuming.
  9. I've just started playing with Photoshop. Still learning, but its a great piece of software. I have been playing around with pictures of my 911. Here's one I used. It original was taken with the car up against a wall.
  10. Hi Serpico - Good luck with the fuel cap. You can also have a look here: http://www.stuttgartexchange.com.

    Good luck


  11. The item you are talking about is called a "Cap" by Porsche. For an 83 car is part number 411 837 111. Not sure if this is a common part no for all 74-89 cars, but probably is.
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