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Shirley's Porsche

Colin McBride

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Hi,

You may have seen my lament about my wife's insistence on a guards red, manual, 964 coupe or Targa, versus my wishes for a 993 or even an early 996....well here she is with her winning argument, a 1990 Targa 2. The neighbours know which of us is driving by the great difference in the rate of progress...even more so if she is not with me! It was her dream, not mine....I have my '7'.

Colin.

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She looks good :wink:

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Martyn1 on 15 April 2005
She looks good :wink:

Which one????!!!!

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Collin, she looks real good! 964 in red is beautiful! It looks both classic and classy. I used to have a 964 cabrio in red with 18' wheels and it looked a lot better than stock 16" wheels

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She's a fine piece of machinery. The rearward bias of weight takes a bit of getting used to and makes for tricky handling, especially when its wet, but apart from that, and as long as I'm careful, she's a dream. The Porsche on the other hand gives me no problems!

Migration info. Legacy thread was 27148
 
Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Colin McBride on 17 April 2005

She's a fine piece of machinery. The rearward bias of weight takes a bit of getting used to and makes for tricky handling, especially when its wet, but apart from that, and as long as I'm careful, she's a dream. The Porsche on the other hand gives me no problems!


:eek:
...... :lol:
LOL

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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Colin McBride on 17 April 2005
She's a fine piece of machinery. The rearward bias of weight takes a bit of getting used to and makes for tricky handling, especially when its wet, but apart from that, and as long as I'm careful, she's a dream. The Porsche on the other hand gives me no problems!

LOL! I hope Shirley has a sense of humour or is not web literate.

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Yeeahh , That looks great !

Challe / :)


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She looks a darling.

Guards red looks beautiful on your 964

Happy miles


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Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Richard F on 18 April 2005

Previous poster said:
Quote: Originally posted by Sundeep on 17 April 2005

and I thought this was a post about 'Shirleys' the porsche independent garage up in the midlands !

http://www.shirleys-garage.co.uk/






Phew I immediately thought of Shirleys garage toooooooooooooooo!!

I need to start looking at "porn" web sites more obviously! cough cough!!

jokkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkke!!

Honest :oops:

Migration info. Legacy thread was 31714
 
looks nice

Just need's some 17" cup to go with the tear drop mirrors

Clive


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