The tall guy with the practical hair cut (@gintonic) keeps on telling me that there is this little early-nineties runabout that he just can’t get enough of. I had almost forgotten about this car though of course, the petrolhead that I am since t[...]
In 1965, Franz Beckenbauer made his first game for the Mannschaft, the Beatles released their album Help! and it was the last year that you could buy a 911 in the original trim. When I say "original", I'm not talking about F-Models in general, I[...]
More maintained and mended at my current 911 project:
- New gear oil. As we all know some kind of pump, manual or electrical, is required to do this. Proxon’s offering with 12V connector is a good deal.
- After the[...]
Ermutigt von Peters Bericht (@kartfahrer)
habe ich mich am Wochenende an die Reparatur eines späten Carrera-Lenkrades gemacht.
Wie man sieht, hatte sich der Faden der Ziernaht an[...]
If you like the Seventies and if you ask yourself what to do with the long weekend at the doorstep, here's the plan.
Get up very early in the morning and enjoy the sunrise with your classic car. Drive the whole day and don't use anything but the[...]
We start with a well maintained, good condition 165 BHP 911S from 77 in a decent, but still seventies-like colour combination. The costs are 79 grand, which sounds like quite a bit on the upper end of the price range of this car.
Next we have[...]
In its home city Stuttgart, expectedly 911 offerings were running high.
See our overview about price tags, without negotiation and without verification of appropriateness:
This 1970 Pastellblau 2.2 with an older restoration and a brand new ove[...]
hard to comment these pictures of a beautiful 930 almost eaten-up by iron oxide.
The only thing you can do is hoping that it won't happen to you.
Porsche's 70ies color schemes clearly are one of the great achievements of mankind.
If it were 1979, how would you order yours? Please answer in the comment section of this article.
You may also go to http://grandretro.com/groups/colours/forum/[...]
The K-Jetronic in Seven Points
What you really need to know about it, if you’re not supposed to repair it.
The Bosch K-Jetronic, in the Seventies and Eighties was used in countless, especially German cars, including the beloved 911, Golf GTi a[...]