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VOLUME 23 NUMBER FOUR

DEC 2013

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INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

MAC DORRIS’ 1970 911T “TEN FIFTY-NINE” MICHAEL HAMMOND’S 55 YEARS OF RACING AND MUCH MORE!


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ASSOCIATE EDITOR S Y LV I A S A L E N I U S smsalenius@aol.com CREATIVE ADVISOR BBS MODERATOR CHUCK MILLER cmiller14@socal.rr.com

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TA B L E O F C O N T E N T S 0 2 DUE DILGERENCE

CO-BBS MODERATOR PETER K ANE ptkane@yahoo.com

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ONE FOR THE ROAD: THE NURBURGRING

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MAC DORRIS’ 1970 911T HOT ROD

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MICHAEL HAMMOND–55 YEARS AND COUNTING OF RACING PORSCHES

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THE 911 CARBURETOR PART 4 OF 4

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SKI ROUNDTOP SWAP MEET 2013

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SAVE EVERY S?

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KALVEN TSE’S 1966 911 RACECAR & ASSAULT ON SEBRING 1982

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RICK KREISKOTT’S “TEN FIFTY-NINE”

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PORSCHE CLASSIC DEPARTMENT (FRANCE)

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NEW MEMBERS

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NEW MEMBER APPLICATION

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REGISTRY GEAR

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COLORADO REGION ADVISOR DAV E DIM A RI A dave@vintagecarworks.com 303.459.4626 TEXAS REGION ADVISOR E D M AY O cdih@att.net 817.595.4651 MICHIGAN/OHIO REGION ADVISOR RON PRUETTE rpsurfr@gmail.com 248.821.8670

ADVERTISING ADVISOR MICHAEL S. HAMMOND hammondms@earthlink.net MEMBERSHIP ADVISOR MERCHANDISE COORDINATOR REGION COORDINATOR MICHAEL S. HAMMOND hammondms@earthlink.net DATABASE ADMINISTRATOR FRED TRUEMAN fctruem@verizon.net 714.848.6485

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ADVERTISING INDEX

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ART DIRECTOR/DESIGNER ERIC WILLIAMS edesign45@mac.com

WEBMASTERS JEREMY SIMMONS cmoanz@gmail.com

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EDITOR JOHN DILGER johndilger@aol.com 714.235.4981

NEW YORK METRO REGION ADVISOR LEWIS EIG lewis@eigs.net 201.501.1155

AUSTRALIA REGION ADVISOR ANDREW BEGG andrew.begg@mac.com +61.4114.1415

GEORGIA REGION ADVISOR BILL BAUSSER bbausser@gmail.com 404.664.5914

NEW ZEALAND REGION ADVISOR GARY LONG early911nz@gmail.com www.earlynz.org

FLORIDA REGION ADVISOR KEITH ENNIS keith@racectc.com 561.267.1859

EVERGREEN REGION ADVISOR (Washington Region) RICH LAMBERT rich289fia@hotmail.com (425-220-1171)

FRANCE REGION ADVISOR X AV I E R P E T I T- J E A N - B O R E T brake.killer.gtr@gmail.com

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA REGION JIM BREAZEALE easypor@sbcglobal.net

COVER: Mac Dorris’ 1970 911T (Photo by Mac Dorris). 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.

ASHTON AMORES ashton.amores@gmail.com COMPETITION ADVISOR JOHN DILGER johndilger@aol.com 714.834.0258 INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENT K ARIM NOURELDIN - CH karim.noureldin@bluewin.ch REGISTRY FAX NUMBER: 310.322.2074 REGISTRY WEB SITE: www.early911sregistry.org REGISTRY E-MAIL: info@earlysregistry.org REGISTRY MAIL: ESREG 433 Maryland Street El Segundo, CA 90245-3814


ARTICLE AND PHOTOS BY XAVIER PETIT-JEAN-BORET

JeanPierre’s

1970 911 2.2 S/T THE MEET. I met Jean-Pierre in 2010 during a track day at Haute-Saintonge track, near Poitiers. It was the first time I drove my superb Porsche Spyder on a track. Early in the afternoon there was a red flag. Everybody had to go back to the pits. The orange early 911 had a mechanical gearbox issue and was sadly parked outside the paddock. I was walking around and heard the driver of the faulty car talking to one of his pals wondering how he would get back to his home near Paris. I jumped into the chat and told the man I lived really close to his house and could give him a lift. We started to talk, talk and talk again about our cars and I discovered the passion of Jean-Pierre about this very special car. A special car for a special man. One month later, I crashed my Spyder at Val de Vienne track and Jean-Pierre offered me the co-driver seat to his car for the rest of the day and then gave me a lift home, the story repeats. Very soon after our departure from the track, Jean-Pierre asked me if I wished to drive his car. You can guess my answer‌ After a few minutes of driving, I decided to sell my Spyder and buy a classic 911.

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Believe me, Jean-Pierre’s car is magic, and let me explain the reasons why. THE DISCOVERY. August 1980, Jean-Pierre passed a fuel station near Paris and saw this orange car, and was immediately attracted. The car was for sale, and Jean-Pierre asked a knowledgeable friend in sports cars to check it. The test was positive and Jean-Pierre decided to buy it. Remember, we were in the 80’s, and the early Porsches are not very popular, exterior colors were less flashy. Despite the criticism of his friends, needless to say, he is under the spell of his Signal Orange 1970 911S 2.2. Early along, JP was wondering why his car was missing the passenger sun visor and the glove box cover. A roll cage is installed, part of the rear bumper is missing, there was neither a hole nor a pull to open the rear deck lid, the engine lid closed with two tie-downs, there is a fuel heating system, and few more things. However the car was bought to be a weekend driver, no big deal. The Oscars and fog lights were removed; the rear bumper is completed with the missing part. The car slowly found its way to a normal S configuration. In 1995, Jean-Pierre joigned the Porsche Club de France (now Club Porsche Motorsport France) to begin driving on various tracks. Even if JP started to feel good on track (and believe me he is fast), an early 911 with a 2.2 engine even in S livery is not so fast compared to the various 993 and 964 RSs. A series of changes were initiated in 2002, as well as a complete repainting. One day the engine broke, which made JP wonder about making some improvements for the track: the 2.2 was replaced by a 3.2, coupled with a 915 gearbox, a stunt bar, new 29mm rear torsion bars, and a 22mm roll bar were added, along with new Bilstein shocks, new tie rods, a new exhaust (muffler and headers), a new EFI program giving 234HP and a max rev at 7200rpm, new gearbox ratios, a limited slip differential, and new 16-inch Fuchs wheels. The rear wiper was removed, as well as the original and optional radio. The Recaro seats were replaced by more modern buckets, and external S chrome trim was installed.

In 2005, Jacques Crubile (ex Siffert/Herman 910 owner-www.crubile-sport.com) shared his curiosity with Jean-Pierre about his 911. Jacques is quite sure this is a competition car and asked JP for authorization to contact Jürgen Barth to find out more. On January 24th, 2005 the verdict is in: this is a very rare 2.2 S/T. Only seven 911 2.2 S/T 1970 were known by Barth, and it was confirmed by Porsche Motorsport that 911 030 1125 is an S/T; so an eighth had just been added. You will find 911 030 1125 in the latest edition of Jurgen Barth’s book as a 2.2 S/T.

Yet there is still more mystery around JP’s S/T: was the car engaged in competition or races?

WHO OWNED IT? Jean-Pierre doubts his car has any prestigious background, because of the COA: the car was ordered with a radio, antenna, and a rear wiper. Who would do that? THE WAY FORWARD. Dijon-Prenois, Val de Vienne, Nogaro, Le Catellet, Magny-Cours, Lurcy-Levis, Le Mans Bugatti and 24hours, Spa Francorchamps, Linas-Montlhery and many more have had the privilege to get a bit of rubber from JP’s tyres, every year since 1995. You should watch Jean-Pierre driving his beautiful Orange S/T, it is smooth, and fast and you can feel the slow rear slippage effect, and how he managed to heel and toe (in 5 steps of course). As a final word, Jean-Pierre is an enthusiastic, nice and gentle person who owns a beautiful car and shares his passion with pleasure.

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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. $30 ea. for members, $35 ea. for non-members. 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 $20.00 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 $12.00 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/$47 VARSITY JACKET Small embroidered logo front, embroidered PORSCHE script back. $225 SWEAT SHIRT - LONG SLEEVE Small embroidered logo front. Available in white, black, ash and royal blue. $35 BASEBALL CAPS With logo. Available in black, white, red and royal blue. $15 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. $24.95 PORSCHE ROADSTER GIFT SET A tire pressure gauge, flashlight, and ballpoint pen are kept in a leather carrying case. Features the Porsche monogram logo. $35 MONEY CLIPS Polished with logo. $15 STAINLESS STEEL MUGS Brushed finish with logo. $18 CAR BADGES $42 for members, $47 for non-members 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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The parking lot of the Greystone Mansion, Beverly Hills at the Classics and Coffee event on December 12th 2013. Photo by Fabian Becasse.

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