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juankimalo

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  1. I'm posting Josep's comment: 'Hi guys! The new 15" Fuchs rims are back, after the polish and paintjob. It's not an easy task, due to some difficulties as polishing end corners with the machine. You ought to achieve to bare aluminum and follow polishing... Just finished they look glossy, but going by time they get matt finish... pure materials! I love them!:D:D Look at the wheels... we can admire them now By the way, I couldn't resist the temptation to dress Black with one wheel' CLOSE UPS!!
  2. Look at this: the engine finished and waiting to be placed on!!! It's really a beauty!!! :wink: Here you can see several pictures showing the underbody gravel protection and some of the advanced assembling. These parts looks awesome!
  3. To be continued... ASAP I'll post new pics! So I'm proud to share it with you guys. In Spain we have great specialist and we're trying to grow up our automotive culture. Hope you'd like it
  4. Testing upholstery The rear deck lid grill. Josep didn’t like it so he ordered to be sandblasted and repeat the work with an early vintage look The steering wheel hub. They restored every minimal detail, as cupper tabs: Targa bar placed
  5. The last steps in the engine assembling. All the screws, bolts stainless, cupper oiled, forever protection Original owners manual with its cover And several images showing the first primer coat:
  6. The different proccess are going on Th floor was sealed with waterproof, and rusty prevention asphalt coating, as every welded seam joint was too Sealed New bonnet hinges
  7. Dash restoration: Josep wanted to get the same dashboard as Black had installed for more than 40 years. He found a specilist to make it posible: Upholsterer and restorer Several interior trim finished. The leather has a very nice and soft taste
  8. New headlights, tail lights… Placed to adjustment The dash The interior components dismantled
  9. More advances in the bodyshell works BLACK!!!! From USA, OEM parts: Found in Australia: the original ashtray And a lifeguard kit to break the windshield in case of accident: Despite Josep was decided to paint “black” in Silver original paint, he asked to Zuffenhausen Porsche Musseum, what color code the first 356 own by F. Porsche had. They gave him a quick response: "The silver color of the museum cars is Porschesilber 980, made from Sikkens. All Historic museum cars (550 Spyder, 356 Nr. 1 (K45-286), 356B Carrera GT) are painted in this col
  10. In this special image you can appreciate all the different color layers since bare metal to the last ‘Black’ one, … you could imagine how this shell suffered among its life… Josep is a very exigent guy. He likes to check and have the total control of every little detail and minimun aspect of what he is doing. It’s the only way to have success. He is trying to have direct contact to every specialist involved in the restoration. To organize them and don’t past the deadlines is a delicate task. Here you can see some pictures about the meetings with the specialist. And be
  11. Josep found an original engine lid interior decals set (he found an OEM tool kit too): More pictures and more progress!! Black’s bodyshell has been restored and repaired. She received primer and now she’s ready for paint! In the paintshop, they’re using high quality materials (primer, paint, coat) and now they have to do a very fine work to complete this body restoration. After that, began a new proccess of assembling the rest of the car. The restoration is going on very quick ‘cause Josep is managing perfectly every project’s step and controlling the timing, periods, and the rhythm to
  12. More pics about the engine assembly: The shell and the rest of body panels were totally repaired: The rear engine lid in perfect condition: Look at Black’s soul: Look at the body throttles restoration. Awesome pictures!!!!!:
  13. Josep told us that the bodyrepair shop decided to join a new member: A 55 year-experienced bodyrepair worker!! He came to solve some minor problems reservated to very skill experts. In the mechanic specialist, the 2.2 flat 6 is going on!!! Josep asked us what we think about this rear defense: Nobody liked it! 3 photoshoped pics about the rear badges. Josep was thinking about deleting the 911T emblem. As He is man who like to consult everything to other people, soloporschers told him to maintain all the badges. Some of us told him to place gold
  14. More pics (gearbox and engine): Josep is enjoying every detail and is living the whole process as a part of his life! I suggested Josep to install the rear chromed bumpers without rubber, as I don’t like it at all, and he was thinking about it referred to the chromed/contrast with exterior silver paint. Here’s ‘Black’ in the repair shop: (It was ready to receive the first prime) These picture were an inspiration source for Josep: 40 years ago in 1971 began this story. A pic from the Porsche Factory (this car could be ‘Black’) The engine look
  15. Some more pics: The cylinder head ready Remember that this car is ‘Matching Numbers’! And here, trying to place the Blaupunkt to check It was perfect to match into its space. The car going to receive a sandblasted process: Come on Black!!! 3 pics of sandblasting: Josep shared these pics of nude ‘Black’: After dissambling, dismantling, cleaning, sandblasting, etc, the car was ready to go back to the repair bodyshop. There is only a small rust focus, that will be repaired with a new panel welded. Look at the driver’s door how it looks
  16. The car was almost totally dismantled, ready to go to the body repair shop to be sand blasted: During the process of dissambling, they noticed 4 different paint color sleves! Yvory, black, red, blue,… silver… The original paint was silver So….. when Josep could see the original Silver after dissambling the interior carpet, he had a smile and thought, that ‘Black’ really deserved to become a Silver 911 again!!!! With the original Silver Glasurit code to match those metallic early tones… The classic Targa bar comparing the original Silver interior: The da
  17. Josep found this on ebay: The rear muffler cover trim (similar to Steve McQueen’s 911) He was thinking about to install it… not sure… perhaps He would place it at the end of restoration to check the result… In Steve’s car looks like this: He was a bit confused to see how the Slate appears in a Targa: A bit boring? Example of Slate code 6001 in an early 911: Josep purchased on ebay the original 1971 911 Autoradio Blaupunkt original: More wishes: combine the exterior and the interior. Josep wanted a clear interior, as possible made with natural brown leather, or p
  18. Pics showing the shell in very good condition: A Fuch rim after a sweet polished to check how they could look: Incredible to see this!!!!!!!! ‘Black’ had the factory original oil filter installed yet! In Soloporsche, this thread has lot of followers, and Josep tried to share their decisions with everybody. Here’s a picture asking for advice about exterior paint: Josep purchased a butterfly center horn for the original steering wheel: Look at the early horn center button, and the new black leather with the Porsche crest embossed to replace the old
  19. One of the most important decision is to contract the proper professionals to do the best job. Josep chose Salvador (from Talleres Astur) as a mechanic to overhaul the engine and dismantle the car. Josep was very happy to see that ‘Black’ kept up a very good condition without rust evidences, so he could say that this purchase was the correct decision. ‘Black’ was a 911T comfort pack equipped, which 14” Fuchs rims included. Josep prefer to restore these 14”Fuchs, and not going for 15”. Pics with some progress: Josep happy to see how it began. This is Salvador, the Porsche
  20. Hi guys!! I’m very proud to share this fantastic restoration thread. A Soloporsche.com friend, is making an amazing full restoration. The car is a “Matching Numbers” 1971 911 2.2 Targa S.Trim, and the owner and restorer is Mr. Josep Vicent from Alicante (Spain), though he’s worldwide famous as a musician, film composer and orchestra conduct. You can check http://josepvicent.com/index.php and www.film-music-composer.com his nickname in Soloporsche is ‘collector’. (As you know, Soloporsche.com is the best spanish spoken forum in the internet). Here’s the link: http://www.soloporsc
  21. As I couldn't answer any of the technical questions, here I copy/paste an extended explanation that Rober (Insaro) posted in other forum to response other IMS upgrade Kit manufacturer: First of all good evening- and calmness. Here we're to be able to discuss about a problem solution. In the following paragraphs I'll try to explain all the doubts you would have concerning to Insaro reinforcement Kits. Regarding to M96 engine knowledge, I'm sensible to know that there will be lots of people with a great experience in this particular issue, for instance yourself Jake. A few of us have le
  22. Yes, he offers extracting tool The prices are in the web, but in € Available in english next week
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