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Boxster with "Spyder" roots...

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Ken Jones
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Boxster with "Spyder" roots...

Post by Ken Jones » Tue Jun 08, 2010 6:48 pm

... just for grins (with an extra deck lid), I had fun 'converting' the car to the Spyder look... for the summer, but it would be very easy to create a metal drain pan and weatherize it.

kj
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#44, '73 911 E Targa - AX10

C4 Pazzo
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Re: Boxster with "Spyder" roots...

Post by C4 Pazzo » Wed Jun 09, 2010 8:37 pm

I like it, Ken. I bet that's good for at least 5 hp; will it bump you to another class? :wink:

Doug

Ken Jones
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Re: Boxster with "Spyder" roots...

Post by Ken Jones » Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:21 pm

I'm claiming a bump DOWN a class.... oak plank framing is heavier than sheetmetal. :lol:

kj
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