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Happy Easter!

Happy Easter!

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Porsche 911 engine model

  Here is a comparison of the flat six model engine to the life size real engine.  The plastic functioning model looks rather smug perched up alongside his bigger brother.  I’m test running this engine out of the car, in

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MCA Jetstar photos

The MCA Jetstar is to be featured in Autobil Klassik.  Here are some photos from a very fine example…   http://www.uber-werks.com/mca-jetstar-a-fine-example/

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Changing the Profile

I used to always run 195/60/15 tires.  When I installed the 5-lug fuchs, I changed to 205/55/15.   I was never happy with it because it left too much wheel arch area exposed, and I had to lower the car considerably

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Porsche Myths That Won’t Die: Part I — Origin of the 914

Porsche Myths That Won’t Die: Part I — Origin of the 914

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Porsche Macan Turbo – Beside WW2 Bunker in Germany

The Porsche Macan Turbo – On the streets in Bremen. The concrete structure covered with ivy is an air raid bunker from the Second World War. Vielen Dank Andreas

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50th Anniversary Edition 911

With Porsche, it is as much a religion as it is a sports car. With that said, I really admire the 50th anniversary edition of the 911. As shown in this video, Porsche has brought back in certain classic elements,

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IMS Guardian Install for Boxster S

  Some Boxsters and 911’s suffer from catastrophic Intermediate Shaft Bearing Failure.  This bearing, which is a ball bearing, basically comes apart, destroying the engine.   Here is a nice video showing what happens while driving. IMS Failure Caught on Video

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MCA Jetstar – Photos from Forchheim, Germany

  The Jetstar page has been updated with new photos of a Jetstar that was recently restored.  

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914 Inspiration Gallery

This is a photo gallery containing some interesting 914s.

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