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VOLUME 27 NUMBER FOUR

DEC 2017

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

A Classic 911

LOVE AFFAIR DAN EDWARDS’ 1969 911T

40 PORSCHES 3 Days And Much

MORE!


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EDITOR JOHN DILGER johndilger@aol.com 714.235.4981

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ASSOCIATE EDITOR S Y LV I A S A L E N I U S smsalenius@aol.com

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ART DIRECTOR/DESIGNER ERIC WILLIAMS edesign45@mac.com

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CREATIVE ADVISOR BBS MODERATOR CHUCK MILLER cmiller14@socal.rr.com

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MARTIN VEEN’S 1971 911T

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DAN EDWARDS’ 1969 911T

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PROJECT: NINE_ELEVEN PART 11

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ANDY PRILL’S 20TH YEAR AT LAGUNA SECA

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YOUNG AT HEART FOURTY PORSCHES THREE DAYS

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THE RESTORATION OF SWT 11880001 PART 13

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NEW MEMBERS

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REGISTRY GEAR

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ADVERTISING INDEX

CO-BBS MODERATOR PETER K ANE ptkane@yahoo.com ADVERTISING ADVISOR MICHAEL S. HAMMOND hammondms@earthlink.net CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER JOHN GORIUP jzgmag@sbcglobal.net

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DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR FRED TRUEMAN databaseguy@early911sregistry.org 714.848.6485

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MEMBERSHIP ADVISOR MERCHANDISE COORDINATOR REGION COORDINATOR MICHAEL S. HAMMOND hammondms@earthlink.net

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COVER: Martin Veen’s 1971 911T, Photo By Martin Veen. SUBSCRIPTION RENEWAL: Please check the back cover of this issue to determine if your membership to the ESREG (Early 911S Registry) has expired. BACK ISSUES: Available for $5 each. Please e-mail Mike Hammond, hammondms@earthlink.net or 310.322.7701, to place order.

REGISTRY MAIL: ESREG 433 Maryland Street El Segundo, CA 90245-3814


DUE DIL GER ENCE along some technical knowledge! Write something, include high resolution photos, send it in and it will appear in ESSES. Don’t worry about formatting, spelling, grammar or layout; we take care of that. We have two new listings on our NEW PRODUCTS page. If you contact either of the featured companies, please be sure to say you saw them in ESSES. NEW PRODUCTS showcases the latest specialized items for our community at no charge to the manufacturer or seller. If you have or have come across something you think would be helpful to our members, please let me know at johndilger@aol.com.

In this issue: a review of the history of Bursch exhaust systems; Martin Veen, from the Netherlands, describes his purchase in the US and the restoration of a 1971 911T; Dan Edwards goes over the modifications he made to his Sand Beige 1969 911T; Brett Johnson brings us up to date with Part 11 of Project NINE_ELEVEN; Andy Prill recounts driving Stanley Gold’s 1969 911S at the 2017 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion; Wolfgang Oberauer chronicles his three day drive through Ireland with the Porsche Club of Ireland and Mike Shaver provides us with part 12 of the restoration of SWT 0001. In additional, after many years of providing the Early 911S Registry forums and ESSES Magazine with photographs of the various concours and classic car events in Southern California, John Goriup is retiring from active automobile photography. John thoughtfully provided us with a brief history of his career. Stoddard is sponsoring the LA Literature and Toy Show again this year with additional bus tours to different open houses and the Peterson Automotive Museum. Aside from the article by Wolfgang Oberauer, you will not see any region reports in this issue. As winter is here in the US, I understand there might not be much going on in our regions. In those areas that are already enjoying summer, however, there must be something interesting happening. Please send us a report and photos. The next issue will be mailed by the begining of April 2018, so please send in your regional news by March 1. Also, if anyone is interested in organizing a new Region, please contact Michael Hammond at 310-322-7701 PDT USA or at hammondms@earthlink.com. As always, you have the opportunity to be a star in ESSES Magazine, tell us about your early 911 or pass

If you joined or renewed your membership after June 1 of last year and you did not opt out of the recurring membership plan, your membership will be automatically renewed on the same date as the original transaction. You will receive an email 2-3 days before the transaction date notifying you of the upcoming charge to your credit card. You do not need to take any action and you will not miss any issues of ESSES Magazine. Your renewal will be processed and you will receive an updated membership card. Fred Trueman seeks to ensure that each member receives the correct number of issues, based upon your renewal date. Your renewal date and membership number are on your address label. V27 N3, the previous issue, had a renewal date of September 1, 2017. This issue, V27 N4 had a renewal date of December 1, 2017. The spring issue, V28 N1 will be mailed out around the beginning of April with coverage of the LA Lit and Toy Show week-end. If V27 N3, or this one, is marked on the back cover with the “LAST ISSUE, PLEASE RENEW” stamp, please renew promptly to avoid missing the next issue. We will also send you an e-mail reminder to make it much easier to renew. If your e-mail address or mailing address has changed during the last 30 days, please send an update to Fred Trueman at databaseguy@early911sregistry.org as soon as possible. Due to increases in printing and mailing costs, we had to increase the membership dues $5.00. Effective for the second quarter, starting on June 1, 2017, the domestic dues will be $50.00, international dues will be $70.00; however, associate dues will remain at $5.00. Also, we will no longer accept two-year memberships. In place of the two year membership option, we have created the Moonclerk auto-billing system described above.

valuable information about our cars, and the 911S Registry has added a column for that information on the Roster. Early 911S Registry paid members whose cars are already in our database, PLEASE e-mail Fred Trueman at fctruem@verizon.net your car’s build date (if known) by MM-DD-YYYY, in 10 characters. If you only know part of your date, like the month and year but not the day, fill in the missing spaces with X’s. For brand new or future members, this question has been included on our membership applications, both online and mail-in. If you don’t know your build date please leave it blank. ATTENTION: The Early 911S Registry is looking for an Internet Advertising Expert to help us sell advertising space on our Web site. We are also looking for a C.P.A. to help us with our day to day accounting and corporate tax preparation. If you have experience in either one of these areas and would like to help, please contact John Dilger at johndilger@aol.com or 714-2354981 PST.

The 2018 Early 911S Registry calendar is now available. The calendar is for 12 months, same as last year. It includes high quality photos of many of our members’ cars and is priced at $20.00 plus postage. Go to www.early911sregistry.org to order online or you can use the order form on page 41 of this issue. As always, please feel free to e-mail me with any comments, suggestions, articles and pictures at: johndilger@aol.com.

BUILD DATE LISTING IN THE ROSTER: In addition to the VIN and engine number, the build date is

As always, ESSES welcomes all types of CONTENT submissions from members and businesses for the following: MEMBERS - share your story of acquisition or ownership or any content of interest. TECHNICAL - share your past or current projects, we encourage the unique DIYer accomplishments. BUSINESS OWNERS tell us what you do, our readership is interested in the people, parts, and service. ROAD TRIPS - everyone enjoys a great road trip story! EVENTS - take us there for those who missed it. OTHER - what did we miss? THIS IS YOUR PUBLICATION. Send text and presentable high resolution photos to johndilger@aol.com or contact John Dilger at 714.834.0258 for further info.

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A CLASSIC 911 LOVE AFFAIR 1971 911T

MARTIN VEEN’S 1971 911T

SIGNAL ORANGE

My journey and “love affair” with the classic 911 started began when I visited California on holiday in 2003. I spotted several classic 911s and when I returned back to the Netherlands, I could not purge my mind and I wanted to go back and purchase one. Listening to the experts and knowing about the dry California climate, I was becoming focused on buying an early 911 from the original owner. Searching the internet for many hours for “first owner” cars for sale, I found the family website of Michael and his Porsche for sale. I called him and trusted his information about his car, based upon the fact that he is a retired Navy pilot. I just needed to purchase a ticket and fly to LA. I remember I rented a car at the LA airport and while driving to San Diego, I got a flat tire. There was no safety shoulder to stop and smoke was coming from the tire....I finally made it to San Diego and Michael and his family were all so kind. I stayed a week with them and will never forget how special it was. I enjoyed their amazing hospitality and kindness,

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welcoming me in the family and taking me on some sightseeing trips in the area. Michael also told me about his job as a helicopter pilot in the Royal Navy during that week. This is also the reason I protect this 911, as I feel responsible for its history and legacy. For me, the story is important, the adventure, the background of the owners, how great these

911 owners are. Looking at the pictures from a long time ago, I can also be a bit jealous about the great California 911 scene and the events like cars and coffee and the LA literature and Toy Show gathering. My 1971 Signal Orange Coupe 911T The story about my Porsche 911T begains in 1972, when on Jan. 14 Michael purchased,


STORY AND PHOTOS BY MARTIN VEEN

during his Navy flight training in Florida, a brand new 1971 911-T 2.2 Coupe in Signal Orange at Bill Campbell Porsche Audi in Pensacola. Salesman W. Wilson typed invoice no. 1812 with a list price of $6,679.04 and the deal was closed. This 911T was one of the last 911s Bill Campbell had available (as these early 911s were flying out of the showroom).

The ruby red 356C from 1964* that Michael was driving at the time was traded in for this new 911T for $1,809.04. (*License plate VUH 850, VIN no. 217246, engine no. 106628.) It must have been a great time! Michael’s friend Peter provided some pictures from that period and wrote; When we both got up to Humboldt [State Uni-

versity], Mike was driving an Austin-Healey Sprite and I was driving my 1960 Austin-Healey 3000 (that I still have). Mike got the 1964 Porsche 356C which we both drove down to his parents’ house in Carmichael, a suburb of Sacramento, for Thanksgiving weekend the end of November 1970. I ate my first McDonalds Big Mac that weekend (my hometown of Visalia wasn’t yet big enough for a McDonalds).

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told about the Humboldt University decals on the 911, where both Michael and Patricia had studied. Today, after its restoration, these decals are still on the 911.

First owner and retired Navy pilot Michael with his helicopter in 1980

1971 911T

Over Christmas a month later, I looked at my first Porsche 911 for sale used in Fresno, and Mike and I drove my Healey down to get it a month later. It was a 1965 911 Coupe (#301745 built in first quarter of 1965). Mike and I drove his new 911 up to Humboldt for Lumberjack Days when it was still new. I remember thinking how smooth it ran compared to my 1966 short wheelbase 911 with Solex carbureted 2.0 liter.

In 2003 I was looking for an original early 911 and found Michael’s 911T for sale after a thorough search on the Internet. Then, I decided to buy a ticket and try my luck, so I was on my way from the Netherlands to San Diego, CA, where I visited Michael and his family. It was a special trip for me and at the end of my visit in December 2003, Michael borrowed a trailer and we transported the 911 to Long Beach Harbor. While rigging the 911 onto the trailer, a few tears popped up in his wife Patricia’s eyes (†May 30, 2014) and she told me that the 911 was a long time friend and she had lots of memories associated with the car. I was

Six long weeks later, the 911 arrived at Rotterdam harbor and I was it’s proud owner. The first required action was for offical authority approval to have it registered for driving on Dutch roads. After a few years of regularly enjoying the 911 for trips, unfortunately due to some hickups in my private life, my orange beauty remained untouched, standing in the garage waiting for better times. For years it was waiting, without a lot of attention; this period wasn’t good for the orginal paint and its overall condition. In 2012, I decided to have it restored, to bring it back to the pristine condition as it was in when Michael visited the showroom of Bill Campbell’s dealership. Once I’d decided to restore the 911, I also wanted to strip the car myself and remove the original undercoating (now I understand what it takes to remove it), the glass, interior, dashboard, front fenders, etc. By doing so, I learned a tremendous amount about the condition of the car and discov-

The 1971 911T with the original steel wheels in 1972.

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ered that, luckily, only the front gas tank support was in bad condition. I inspected the rocker panels internally with a special camera, by cutting a few tiny holes in the small square metal plates on the panels, which were rewelded after the inspection. I was very lucky, only minor metalwork was required and the body was in good shape. It was difficult to decide to strip the original paint from the car, due to various discussions on forums about ‘patina’ and the value of the car when the orginal paint remains, but at a certain point I said to myself, “OK, stop that thinking, you want the car as it was in its glory days in 1971, so let’s repaint it completely.” In hindsight, I see I made one big mistake; bringing my 911 to a so-called “Porsche specialist” in the Netherlands without properly checking references from customers. I learned that it is not a given that you’re dealing with an actual specialist, when you see Porsches parked in and outside the workshop, expecting it to be the right person, experienced to do all the restoration details. But these are exactly the details that make the difference when restoring a car to original showroom condition. It took me

six months (and some sleepless nights) to acknowledge the problem and to recognize that if I wanted to save my car, I’d better take it elsewhere and ASAP. I decided to transport my 911 to Porsche classic restorer Peter Broerse Classics (www.project-porsche.ni) and that was the best decision I could have made in this entire process. Wiser from the fiasco, prior to transport-decisionday, I elaborately discussed my expectations of the restauration with Peter.

“OK, stop that thinking, you want the car as it was in its glory days in 1971, so let’s repaint it completely.” and have Peter solve the various issues. Multiple corrections needed to be done to the suspension, brakes, steering wheel and housing and several other items, which the previous “restorer” had touched, lacking good workmanship. Peter Broerse saved the project and took great care of my “orange beauty,” with real craftmanship and an eye for detail. When it comes to Porsche 911 restoration, I could not have wished for any one better!

BODYWORK: • New paint inside and outside. Complete bare metal job, only the battery holder and tank support needed to be replaced. I ordered a replacement part, but by coincidence, at a Porsche event, I noticed the parts from Restoration Design (www.restoration-design.com) and the quality of these looked much better. I ended up not using the previously purchased part and welding in the Restoration Design part. • While in the care of the “so-called “specialist,” the body was painted in its original Signal Orange color, however, not from the original paint supplier brand. I asked for Glasurit single stage and the painter said, “No problem, I can use that,” but then when I returned a few weeks later, he had painted the car with PPG paint. Being surprised and slightly unamused I addressed the issue. He simply said “Oh well, I prefer PPG, I always use that.” Okay.…Nevertheless, looking at the car now and the quality of the paint job I have “forgiven” this issue.

Finally, the moment arrived, the car was ready– an utterly exciting moment! I had to walk several

circles around the car to take in its beauty and believe my own eyes. Wow! Then I turned the key to start the engine of this beautiful Porsche, and after all these years, the difficulties during the project and the “budget overrun” were forgotten in a split second The sound of the engine, the smell of petrol, the smoothness of shifting the transmission, it all brought a smile from ear to ear and a pure state of happiness! A new beginning has commenced!

In January 2016, the Porsche arrived at Peter’s and we checked the work that had been done by the previous “specialist.” The list of findings was not amusing, however; I decided to go for quality

What Has Been Done To The Car:

INTERIOR AND TRIM: • A new dash was purchased from Carpoint Germany (www.carpoint.de) to replace the cracked “baked California sun” dashboard. Also, a new dash speaker was installed (a remake of the original and it sounds really great, (https://www.koenigs-klassik-radios.de). • New basketweave trim was installed along with a period correct Blaupunkt Frankfurt US radio (Michael had removed the Frankfurt US radio to replace it with a Japanese radio, at the time this was not an issue for him).

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• New replica D’eser Sport S seats were supplied by Auto Retro Breda (www.autoretrobreda.com) and I stored the orginal seats.

touches are the original decals and even I purchased a great looking serial number decal for the B-pillar, supplied by Andy Thonet in the US.

• Peter Broerse installed new side panels from Carpoint Germany for the seatbelt extractor sides and a new carpet set supplied byCarTex SitzKlinik (www.sitzklinik.de).

ENGINE: • When in early 2004, the Porsche arrived in the Netherlands, I immediately decided to repair the leaking valve guides, to overhaul the matching numbers engine and to install hydraulic chain tensioners.

• The old RePa seatbelts have been brilliantly restored by Zeilmakerij Koolwijk (www.zeilmakerijkoolwijk.nl). So do not throw away those old RePa seatbelts! They installed new seatbelt material, but reused the old RePa parts and a set of RePa decals from 1971, available on Ebay, are sewed onto the belts. • A new headliner was installed, supplied by CarTex SitzKlinik. • All VDO gauges have been restored and tested by Info Instruments (www.info-insturments. nl). The mileage gauge has not been replaced by one in km, because I prefer to stick to miles and the original recordings from the moment the Porsche left the dealer in 1972. • The interior is absolutely beautiful and the S-sport seats are real eyecatchers. The final

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• In 2016, Peter Broerse performed a detailed cosmetic overhaul of the engine and installed new plated bolts and a new plated carburator linkage. The result looks absolutely awesome. In 2008, I’d purchased a pair of Webers, while the original Zeniths were removed and stored. The Webers are now fully tuned and the engine runs great. • The generator and starter have been overhauled. • Various parts, like the engine bay steel covers, have been powder coated. • All new rubber, hoses, bolts, etc. have been installed.


• A new oil tank is installed. The exhaust system includes all new SSI exchangers and a new stainless steel muffler finished with a great stainless steel muffler skirt. This skirt was an option and originally not with the car, but I liked it so much that I had to have it installed. DOCUMENTED MILES: • 1972-1990: 143,500 miles • 1990-1999: 10,000 miles • 1999-2003: 250 miles • 2003-2016: 5,877 miles After restoration in 2016, miles to date: 159,377 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: • The complete wiring harness and original ignition box have been restored by Gerard Kroon at Kroon Wire Harnesses (www.kroonwireharnesses.com) This guy is a professional pur sang and I really recommend contacting him, if you need help with wiring. • Front and rear lights were newly purchased and/or partly restored. • The two batteries were installed in the original configuration.

“There are only a few suppliers that I regard to be top notch.” TRANSMISSION: • The original and matching dogleg 5-speed transmission was cleaned and flushed with oil and received full TLC. The transmission worked fine prior to the restoration and I decided to leave it as is for now. SUSPENSION; • New Koni shocks were installed front and rear and all suspension parts were overhauled and powdercoated and provided with new bushings. The brake calipers were overhauled, new wheel bearings were installed and the car was aligned and weight balanced. WHEELS: • Unfortunately the original steel wheels, except for the Lemmerz 1537 spare wheel, stamped

5-1970, are not with the car anymore. Michael replaced them in the seventies with a set of original Fuchs 6” x 15”. The Fuchs wheels have been restored by Ihr Felgen-Service (felgenservice.de) If anybody has these steel Lemmerz 5.5” x 15” type 1527 from 1970, please contact me. • Tires installed were new Pirellis P6000 195/65/15”. SPARE PARTS; • I purchased parts from many different sources. It takes a lot of time to search for them and to find out, also you really need to be cautious about the quality. There are only a few suppliers that I regard to be top noutch. • Most parties only want to make quick money, visible from not really caring about a website with proper information. SPECIAL THANKS TO: • Michael B. and family, CA, USA • Peter C., CA, USA • Peter Broerse Classics, Netherlands

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BACK RENNSPORT V T-SHIRT (BLACK) ESR commerative shirt of Rennsport V Small logo front with large logo back. S-XL $20, XXL $22 ESR LONG SLEEVE T-SHIRT (WHITE) ESR crest with “The Registry” on the right sleeve. S-XL $20, XXL $22 ESR SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRT (BLACK) ESR crest on front and back S-XL $25, XXL $25

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WOMEM’S ESR SHORT SLEEVE T-SHIRT Small embroidered logo front. Available in black. S-XL $25

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MARKEN DEC ALS These are exact duplicates of the original factory stickers found on early 911s. The Early 911S Registry has reproduced these no-longer-available stickers at a very high level of quality. $14 ea. Shell Decal $12 each. 1

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4 PORSCHE CREST sticker that is available in 3 sizes, 1 ¾”, 2 ½” and 4 3/8” high. The 2 ½” high sticker is the same size as the sticker used with the M471 RS lightweight option. Porsche Crest stickers are $7.00, $15.00 and $18.00 respectfully.

ITEM MODEL YEAR 1 ‘69 2 ‘69, ‘70 3 ‘69, ‘70, ‘71  4 ‘72 CanAm Interseries

DATES USED Starting approx. February, 1970 until approx. March, 1971 Until late February, 1972 Until March, 1973 March, 1973 until February, 1974

PLACEMENT: Weltmeister Decals 1 and 2: Apply to the inside front windshield, passenger-side bottom corner, about an inch from the seal. Weltmeister Decals 3 and 4: Apply to the inside back quarter window glass. INSTALLATION: To apply a Marken Weltmeister decal, wet the glass with water or Windex, then peel the front cover off and apply the decal to the wet glass with the backing still attached. Finalize position on still-wet glass, work out all water and bubbles, then peel the backing off. Continue working out bubbles, then let dry in final position. — Chuck Miller

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These are high quality stickers in the period correct colors.

WARNING of HIGH VOLTAGE coil sticker $10.00 each

TO ORDER: E-mail Michael Hammond at hammondms@earthlink.net or PH 310.322.7701, FX 310.322.2074. Also, orders can be placed thru the ESREG web site at www.early911sregistry. org/WelstmeisterDecal.html. Please include membership number to obtain member-only pricing. If paying by Paypal, please include the number and type of decal you are ordering.


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T-SHIRT Small logo front with large logo back. M-L-XL $17 XXL $20 MOCK TURTLENECK - LONG SLEEVE Small embroidered logo front. Available in white, black and ash. $30 GOLF SHIRT - NO POCKET GOLF SHIRT - WITH POCKET Small embroidered logo front. Available in black, ash and royal blue. $42 SOFT SHELL MICRO FLEECE Bonded Full-Zip Jacket. $95 ZIPPER HOODIE Small embroidered logo front. Black only. S-M-L-XL, XXL $35 ESR LONG SLEEVE T-SHIRT (WHITE) ESR crest with “The Registry” on the right sleeve. S-XL $20, XXL $22 PORSCHE DISC BRAKE CLOCK 14” Clock featuring Porsche branded caliper and aluminum rotor face. $120 WINDOW DECALS $3, $2.50 for 2 or more EARLY 911S LEATHER COASTER SET Four coasters with the Early 911S logo with a leather holder. $20 BASEBALL CAPS With logo. Available in black, white, red and royal blue. $15 PORSCHE ROADSTER GIFT SET A tire pressure gauge, flashlight, and ballpoint pen are kept in a leather carrying case. Features the Porsche monogram logo. $30 MONEY CLIPS Polished with logo. $10 CAR BADGES $38 PATCHES 3” inch with logo. $6 or $5 for 2 or more KEY FOBS Black leather with crest. $10 ORDERING AND SHIPPING INFORMATION: To place an order contact Michael Hammond by e-mail, hammondms@earthlink.net, or by phone, 310.322.7701, or fax, 310.322.2074. You can also place an order by visiting www.early911sregistry.org/boutique/index.asp. US funds only! Domestic Shipping and Handling $12.00 (do not include for orders of only decals or patches). Foreign orders will be billed for actual shipping costs. All prices include tax. No PO boxes. We now take credit cards for REGISTRY GEAR ITEMS.

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After ten years of hard work and finally finishing “Ruprecht”, my 1970 911 hot-rod, I decided to dispose of it for health reasons early in 2017. But I was very happy to see the new owner, Steve Hatch, who also lives in Walnut Creek, enter it in the 2017 Carmel-by-the-Sea Concours-on-the-Avenue. –John Goriup Photo By John Goriup.

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