Of course there is a black '91 20 minutes away on CL...
Nice! I wish I could do something like that. But. Why RS style door panels and a Momo(?) steering wheel like that but then stock, non-sport seats? I would've picked some Sparco or Recaro racing buckets. Not a big fan of either wheel choise, either. I would've gone with Cup I's.
Previously known as Son of a B...5er!
Nicely done. I was going to attempt installing a new convertible top for our '55 356, but I've been advised to leave it to an expert.
What could go wrong?
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I am confident you are wrong, but instead of illustrating why, I will just make disparaging remarks about your reading comprehension.
wow man really enjoyed this.
for some reason I appreciate somebody that has a nice car but doesn't really have a huge lavish house and space to garage it... makes me feel better that I don't have a house or permanent garage for my M3 to sleep in
plus I like seeing all the work you do without a real work space and how nice your 911 is coming out, I really like the RS carpeting and the door panels. Those Turbo twists look right at home... the CCW's look alright too
At first I was afraid this was going to be a trainwreck. It's hard to modify the finest Weissach und Stuttgart built.
Then I saw the black with tan seats, and the clunky airbag wheel delete and I approved
Nice work! Looks seriously awesome... but that picture of rolling the fenders with a baseball bat makes me insane with rage.
Current: 2006 Acura CSX, 1996 Porsche 911 C2
Gone: 2004 Jeep Liberty Renegade (375,000 kms), 2007 VW GTI (BMP), 2001 VW Jetta Wolfsburg Edition, 1994 Ford Ranger (calypso green), 1987 Jeep YJ