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It's gonna run a lot better once you remove the paper towels from those carbs...I nearly fell into the Porsche trap twice:  in 1963 I found a '51 sunroof coupe on a used car lot for $300, but no dough (college student).  Then in 1970 I found a 55 convertible (not a speedster) in running condition for $1100, but I was two weeks away from shipping out to Vietnam and had just bought a '49 Fiat Topolino woody wagon so had no garage space...

 

sigh...

 

mike

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Let’s see...1 Porsche before Vietnam and somewhere between 20-25 Porsche and 4 bimmers after. It’s a disease...terminal.

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11 hours ago, stuff said:

No apology necessary. Seems many people enjoy the 911/‘02 combo.


Hey, I resemble that comment!

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Variety is the spice of life and you have a very nice combination there.

 

My non-02s are very different as well. It's what keeps them fun.. Perspective is always important!

 

Congrats!

 

Cheers,

 

Jason

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11 hours ago, golf73 said:

Congratulations. 2 911's, a tii and an FJ62. Which one is your favorite?

Let's put it this way: They're gonna have to dig a big hole to bury me in that Landcruiser. Original owner.

 

10 hours ago, SydneyTii said:

Instead of, or in addition to?

That one is in process. Probably will sell it. (famous last words)

 The 02, SC and FJ62 aren't going anywhere, yet.

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As long as you still have the 2002 also, I see no problem with 911 ownership.  Having *only* a 911 with no 2002 fallback is not how I would ever choose to live life, but if you can have and drive both, then that's fantastic, have fun!  The sound of that aircooled engine unencumbered by the downdraft IDAs is definitely the one of the most enjoying parts of that car!

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