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Oldskl60

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About Oldskl60

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    Langeheck

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  • Location:
    Brisbane
  • Ride/s
    1973 911T

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  1. When you read his FB profile he seems like a candidate!!
  2. Hi Raf I got scammed on GT for $4700 last week by a Stephen 'Forbes' for panels and rims (see screenshot). His mobile was 0406127924, his bank details were BSB 083168 and Acc 235179383 and the proposed address was Pennant Hills. I have had a 'friendly' debt collector visit the address and interview the residents and neighbours. Seems that there hasn't been any Porsches in that house at all... I'd dearly like to join forces to assist in an attempt to ensuring no one else gets stitched up as we have! Stephen spoke a good 'game' and at a guess I'd say he was a fringe Porsche guy so please be careful all... The stitch up has a similar feel as he kept playing the game for a few days after when he really didn't have to. And it is rather unsffisiticated, all be it good enough for me to donate $4700 haha. I note he is still active on Gumtree as I occasionally ping a message across and it shows that he has read it... Gumtree are as guilty as he in my opinion and they have been pathetic! Let's share notes...
  3. That's a cracking combo with some nice details. Looks a worthy one for the collection. GLWS
  4. My experience regarding early cars is different to this understanding but agree that these are a cost effective and hassle free upgrade. 3.5 inch struts are getting thin on the ground and not cheap plus the cost of the actual caliper... Re early cars, I understand that 3.5 inch spacing struts are 'the exception', with the 'rule of thumb' being that they were only supplied on 911S models. 912, 911T and the majority of 911E were supplied with 3 inch spaced struts. Thankfully as Peter M suggests, the details for fitment and recommendations etc are all on the PMB site.
  5. My understanding from the glowing PMB report is that they are lighter with a greater pad area and better piston design. If your 73 has 3 inch spacing (caliper mounting hole centre to centre) like the early Boge or Koni these are ideal...
  6. Hi All I have these restored 3inch spaced Brembo calipers available for sale. They have been vapour blasted and clear re-annodised (so they stay beautiful), genuine hardware replated, inner of pistons heat coated, all new rubber seals, pistons indexed etc - full deal. I went with clear anodising as I preferred the silver look ie so they look more like original Porsche calipers (they are usually black) and think they look great. These are genuine versions of the highly recommended upgrade by Porsche brake specialist PMB, see link for the list of benefits! https://m.pmbperformance.com/catalog/item/8778645/6862358.htm $800
  7. I have the Targa roll bar sheet metal and rear window for any inspiring parties.... Just saying...
  8. Hi GentsI have this new AP Racing organic solid centre clutch disc purchased from WEVO surplus to needs if someone needs or wants a spare. I purchased a WEVO clutch flywheel deal with a 901 clutch but have managed to source the same clutch but for a 915 gearbox which suits my current application.I have it on good authority from WEVO that they are no longer offering them due to issues with supply and dealing with AP.$460 AUD
  9. All sorted now, thanks to those that responded.
  10. Still here... Only period correct if it's period correct! $450ono
  11. Yes still available. Externally they could use a pretty up but all pistons etc operate well etc.

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