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81SC

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About 81SC

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    Mulsanne Meister

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  • Location:
    Shellharbour
  • Ride/s
    1981 911SC, Tony Kart

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  1. Hey Gavin (G2), There are no PM's from you in my inbox.
  2. Hey Gavin, The reader is 54cm front to back x 43cm wide x 50cm high.
  3. Canon microfiche reader & Porsche 911SC spare parts microfiche film. I have had these items for about 20 years & it's time to downsize some items from the mancave. It is always a conversation piece when people don't recognise what it is.😀 Pickup only from Shellharbour area NSW. $40 ono.
  4. Started watching Formula 1 Drive to Survive on Netflix today, I have watched the first 5 of 10 episodes so far. The story is based on the 2018 season with quite a bit of Dan Ricciardo content so far. Having been a F1 fan from the late 70's onwards, I have found this to be an interesting show & can't wait to watch the remaining episodes. The wife & myself have already christened Christian Horner from Redbull, Mr Ginger Spice as his nickname. Wasn't a real fan of his before, now less so.
  5. When all else fails, refer to the PET. 😉
  6. Google Motochron watch & you'll see some of the Porsche dial designs that have already been done.
  7. JV, I reckon you should try Scotch-Brite pads, for me they do a better job at brushing trim pieces than 600 grit paper.
  8. Hey Jeff, I've been watching your videos on the Z lately & have noticed a possible discrepancy with the front hub nuts on your build. Your Z appears to have the plain nut on the front strut stub axle for the hub bearing adjustment, but I haven't seen you install the castellated cover over the hub nut. You are probably aware of this issue but I thought I would just check. This web link may be of some use as well. https://www.carpartsmanual.com/datsun/Z-1969-1978
  9. My youngest daughter has been checking out my project list on Pelican, these were a surprise on Xmas morning.

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