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I want to say GT2, but the wing confuses me a bit. And I am surely not a Porsche expert.
GT2 or GT3, I would happily park it in my garage and sit in there and stare at it for hours, when it isn't being driven, of course. Lol
Beautiful car.

Well, tell us about it Recon.
What are the circumstances that brought it into the shop?
 

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2011 911 Turbo S. AWD, PDK double clutch, Carbon ceramic brakes, single lug wheels. Getting a muffler delete.
Very good customer bought the car, and we’ll be doing maintenance on it.


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Sweet!
Well, I got the Porsche part right. Haha

I was watching a YT video a while back of a standing half-mile event in Northern Europe somewhere, and there was a AWD Porsche beating up on practically every supercar in attendance. I think he only got beat by a Koenigsegg. Possibly a Bugatti as well.
The interesting part was how reliable and consistent the Porsche was. Just kept lining that car up and launching it, seemingly all day long, time after time.
By far, my favorite manufacturer of high end automobiles.
 

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Yawn.
Looks kinda mundane after the Porsche.

Brakes.
Needed some new pads.

What's the deal with the patina F-series in the background?
That truck is just begging to be Godzilla swapped....
"Swap me, Recon.... SWAP ME!"
 

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Yawn.
Looks kinda mundane after the Porsche.

Brakes.
Needed some new pads.

What's the deal with the patina F-series in the background?
That truck is just begging to be Godzilla swapped....
"Swap me, Recon.... SWAP ME!"
It got a muffler delete kit. Car actually has pretty low miles, 44K-ish. It does sound really good, and is a stick which is a plus in my book.
As for the F150, not sure what it’s getting. I’ll have to check tomorrow.


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My mom told me, "If you don't have anything nice to say...."

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It’s actually the Turbo S model. 1.8L with a six speed manual. Two tone interior and body upgrades.


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Getting close.


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The 959 replica is getting close. We’ve done quite a bit to it. Resealed almost the entire engine. Then completely installed an A/C System in it. Wiring, modifying the chassis, changing parts on the engine, etc. so we could get the A/C to work.


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Now that is a sweet Camaro!
I'm guessing a RS/SS. With a big-block!
If it has a 4-speed, that puts it over the top.
It's nice to see one with Cragar wheels.... Just like it would've had in the 70's or 80's.

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Has a 496 stroker.
Was a 4 speed, but was converted to an auto. It was at the shop for the beginning prepping stages of going back to a manual. (Gear identification)
This is also the owner of the silver 69 Camaro.


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One my favorite vehicles we work on.


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Has a 496 stroker.
Was a 4 speed, but was converted to an auto. It was at the shop for the beginning prepping stages of going back to a manual. (Gear identification)
This is also the owner of the silver 69 Camaro.


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Nothing like adding 100 cubic inches to perk things up a bit!
 

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The 959 replica is getting close. We’ve done quite a bit to it. Resealed almost the entire engine. Then completely installed an A/C System in it. Wiring, modifying the chassis, changing parts on the engine, etc. so we could get the A/C to work.


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What chassis and engine does it have?
 

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One my favorite vehicles we work on.


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I wouldn't have guessed that.
Is it because they are so troublesome that GM products are a endless source of revenue?

If you guys have been doing the work on this vehicle for a while now, there is no doubt in my mind that both the engine and transmission oil cooler lines have been replaced at some point....
 
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