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[T3] 65 Notch restoration update


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I've been reading the discussion of whether to leave the car stock or mild updates or hot rodding. We're not sure where we are going with our project but it is clear that it already has a life of its own. Maybe as an author tells us, once you've laid down the characters in a novel you're not always able to predict where they will go and how they will act. We've been searching for a doner pan given that ours did not have one - well, actually there was something there but when we stepped in we fell through. Anyhow, we found an excellent pan with wheels, suspension (front and back), all for a great price. We drove out today and picked up. It came with disk brakes not available in '65 but we'll keep these. The car, after all, will be Matt's daily driver when it's done so disk brakes would be a good thing, and headrests?... Anyhow, we've updated the website to share with you. http://hkin.educ.ubc.ca/sanderson/Personal/Notch.htm

Dave
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David J. Sanderson Past President and Timberline Editor
Canada West Region/Porsche Club of America
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