Monthly Archives: November 2013

Deer & Headlights

Stopping to visit my mother-in-law late this afternoon, I see that her front step was the venue of an alien invasion.  I sensed my  opportunity to test the “deer in the headlights” theory, only to find that the animals briefly … Continue reading

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When Pirellis Were Skinny

Just happened upon some very old photographs.  First, not long after acquiring the 1966 Bahama Yellow 911, equipped with dogleg-first 5-speed, Weber carbs, gold script and badging and, of course, Pirelli tires: And later, by 1969 the thing was running … Continue reading

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Fending Off The Inevitable

The time has come. The Blue Rascal is now in wonderful driving and operating condition, after several months of various fixes and tweaks. Winter’s comin’ on. So maybe we can finally start addressing the various body/paint anomalies, starting with that … Continue reading

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Porsche in Paris

Herman passes along this photo of a 356 he spotted along the street earlier this year in Paris.  Herman’s travel show, right here.   UPDATE: Herman adds that this scene is “… on Rue Saint-Honoré, which is, not surprisingly in … Continue reading

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