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Anybody have some metal horn grills for a longhood?  Condition doesn't overly matter as they're going to be chromed.  Needed ASAP.  Cheers.

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It's missing something... hmmmm??

Oh yeah, some colour! :P

Looking goof though!

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5 hours ago, ANF said:

It's missing something... hmmmm??

Oh yeah, some colour! :P

Looking goof though!

I always look goof.

Some shots of the new Skunkwerks location which they're bumping into right now (in addition to the images above).  An old cheese making facility which was pretty much decommissioned and they walked out the door leaving everything.  Lots of good things and lots of things that need fixing.  If engineering, manufacturing or stainless steel give you wood, you'll like this place.

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They look goof too :D

Obviously you bought the tyres for wet weather driving!

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12 hours ago, ANF said:

They look goof too :D

Obviously you bought the tyres for wet weather driving!

Yeah, I get your point but I bet they're better in the wet than anything from the 1970s and that didn't stop them from going out in the rain, so neither will it stop me :D.

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"It now features a double set of markings with corresponding road size: a necessity due to the type approval required in order to be able to take part in championship races. " I think one is for general road sizing and the other to comply with classic racing? It is a bit vague the way they have worded it......

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On 4/15/2018 at 7:20 PM, Cam Arnott said:

Sure is! Porky are the Fuchs genuine or repros?

Repros.  I doubt you can get originals and if you can I'd suggest they're very big money.  Very.  In other new just got my satin chrome stuff back.  Not perfect in terms of consistency of finish and some pieces did need redoing but fairly happy overall.

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Amazing that a facility once producing a staple diet for everyone now produces customized porsches for a very limited set of customers.

 

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1 hour ago, Pork Chops said:

Repros.  I doubt you can get originals and if you can I'd suggest they're very big money.  Very.  

  Last pair of them I saw were $10k US ?

 Love the satin look mate

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20 hours ago, LeeM said:

  Last pair of them I saw were $10k US ?

 Love the satin look mate

Thanks Lee ^_^.

14 hours ago, Cam Arnott said:

What brand of repros are they Porky?

They're made for Skunkwerks, who supplied them to me.

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