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Bob: IM S6 posted:

Nice looking coupe, but I'm afraid that little four cylinder wouldn't do it for me.  Guess I'm spoiled...

You've become rather elitist in your old age. I don't know if I can hang out with you in Carlisle any more...

ALB posted:
Bob: IM S6 posted:

Nice looking coupe, but I'm afraid that little four cylinder wouldn't do it for me.  Guess I'm spoiled...

You've become rather elitist in your old age. I don't know if I can hang out with you in Carlisle any more...

Bob's a  friend of mine not just an acquaintance  but a very good friend and you....  you...….  you........just wait AL, it ain't gonna be "perty" for you at Carlisle  :~)

Alan Merklin posted:
ALB posted:
Bob: IM S6 posted:

Nice looking coupe, but I'm afraid that little four cylinder wouldn't do it for me.  Guess I'm spoiled...

You've become rather elitist in your old age. I don't know if I can hang out with you in Carlisle any more...

Bob's a  friend of mine not just an acquaintance  but a very good friend and you....  you...….  you........just wait AL, it ain't gonna be "perty" for you at Carlisle  :~)

Sorry, my west coast friend, but what can I say?  I've experienced Nirvana, and nothing will ever be the same for me.  It's not that I don't like the rest of you, it's just that I have this uncontrollable craving for more, more, and more, and it must be fulfilled.  It's taken over my life, and nothing will ever be the same. 

I know my habit is dirty, and upsets others, but I just can't stop. I'm a six addict.

And the worse thing is, the guy who used to supply me is no longer dealing.  He's gone clean.  

 

 

@Bob: IM S6 wrote- "I know my habit is dirty, and upsets others, but I just can't stop. I'm a six addict."

The first step is admitting you have a problem, but I don't think it's going to help. Let's be honest- you're never coming back to the land of 4...

 

Bob: IM S6 posted:
Alan Merklin posted:
ALB posted:
Bob: IM S6 posted:

Nice looking coupe, but I'm afraid that little four cylinder wouldn't do it for me.  Guess I'm spoiled...

You've become rather elitist in your old age. I don't know if I can hang out with you in Carlisle any more...

Bob's a  friend of mine not just an acquaintance  but a very good friend and you....  you...….  you........just wait AL, it ain't gonna be "perty" for you at Carlisle  :~)

Sorry, my west coast friend, but what can I say?  I've experienced Nirvana, and nothing will ever be the same for me.  It's not that I don't like the rest of you, it's just that I have this uncontrollable craving for more, more, and more, and it must be fulfilled.  It's taken over my life, and nothing will ever be the same. 

I know my habit is dirty, and upsets others, but I just can't stop. I'm a six addict.

And the worse thing is, the guy who used to supply me is no longer dealing.  He's gone clean.  

 

 

lol...The blue coupe is mine. Still for sale. 
Brian from South Atlanta Motorsports is listing the coupe because he casts a broader net with a more diverse clientele base. 

thanks for looking out gentlemen!!!

Bob: IM S6 posted:

Nice looking coupe, but I'm afraid that little four cylinder wouldn't do it for me.  Guess I'm spoiled...

"Little four cylinder"??  Just wow.  That engine is about 50% more stout than the original Porsche coupe---I sure wouldn't look down on it!   Plus it's a very good looking coupe.  Lots of folks would be proud to own it.  

I also have a "little" air cooled 4 cylinder that dynoed at 143 mph with as much hp as a 4-cam--- Just sayin'.

Now, Jack.  Yes, that engine is sweet (as is the car), but it's like comparing a banjo to a six string guitar.  I'm just used to the guitar, that's all.  Sure, a banjo makes a good sound, but a guitar just has that extra two strings...

ZFNHSN posted:
IaM-Ray posted:

NIce one for sure... I like the wheels a lot. 

Originally, the wheels were solid until @ALB got to them 😁

You have to admit the holes are an improvement 

ALB posted:
ZFNHSN posted:
IaM-Ray posted:

NIce one for sure... I like the wheels a lot. 

Originally, the wheels were solid until @ALB got to them 😁

You have to admit the holes are an improvement 

Yes.  Yes they are.

One Stripe posted:

So...I didn’t have an issue here in TX, what issues could a Cali resident face?!?

Refresh my memory; was this a new build for you by JPS or did you buy it used? What paperwork do you have from when you purchased it and registered it?

It was built for John for one of his high school buddies. He sold it back to John. John sent to to South Atlanta Motorsports. I bought it in 2017. It’s being sold from me through So Atlanta Motorsports 

One Stripe posted:

It was built for John for one of his high school buddies. He sold it back to John. John sent to to South Atlanta Motorsports. I bought it in 2017. It’s being sold from me through So Atlanta Motorsports 

If you have any of the build paperwork make sure you give it to the new buyer. The more paperwork he has the easier the registration process in California will be. However, since it has been registered before and it is currently registered now, the process should not be too difficult for the new buyer.

I plan on giving him everything (except the Birdwell Britches Outlaw Jacket) I have. paperwork, audio manuals I pulled from the internet, glass headlamp lenses, wiper arms, old halogen bulbs, spray paint, lug nuts, wiring diagram, sun visors, Michellin Tire rubber “decals”, left over ceramic coating solution. Everything!!!  

that is of course...if he decides to purchase it!

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