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Old 12-15-2017, 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by SwayBar View Post
Jeff, that address did not work for me.
Greg's email address works.
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Originally Posted by polecat702 View Post
Greg,
Mary's email came back to me as undeliverable. Sent my request to yours. I know it works from past experience.

Thanks,
Joe
Thanks Joe,

Fixed it.

It's [email protected].
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Windage tray?
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Windage tray?
(Knew I forgot something)

$250
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Originally Posted by Kevin in Atlanta View Post
Wait, you have an eBay store? web address?
Ha! That's what I was thinking!
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Ha! That's what I was thinking!
I'll be adding things in the coming days. Some "sale" items, some other standard 928 stuff.
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If you only knew....

Part of the reason is in my tagline....I enjoy creating and making pieces for these cars more than the marketing and selling.

We are very busy here, fixing these cars and installing our pieces on them. There's not a lot of "extra' time in my "normal" 80 hour week.

Jake is working on updating our Ebay store, today. There will be more of our pieces and prices there, this afternoon. I'll have him post a link to that store.
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Not even remotely close....
I don't know if I speak for most of us 928 owners, but getting quality parts that are better than factory is always going to be a desire of mine as I continue to slowly improve my car. Having installed your excellent fuel lines I am always looking forward to seeing what you have up your sleeve next. Knowing that you have a treasure chest of products that most have not seen makes me very curious. As much as you enjoy making and creating, we enjoy using those creations! I hope we get a peak into that treasure chest someday sooner than later.
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Originally Posted by worf928 View Post
Windage tray?
Trays. 4 separate pieces.
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I don't know if I speak for most of us 928 owners, but getting quality parts that are better than factory is always going to be a desire of mine as I continue to slowly improve my car. Having installed your excellent fuel lines I am always looking forward to seeing what you have up your sleeve next. Knowing that you have a treasure chest of products that most have not seen makes me very curious. As much as you enjoy making and creating, we enjoy using those creations! I hope we get a peak into that treasure chest someday sooner than later.
Creating stuff......Excellent.

Building stuff.....Excellent

Diagnostic skills.....Excellent.

Working on cars.....Excellent.

Marketing stuff......Very bad.


I've still got boxes full of 911 tidbits I created....carefully hidden away, from prying eyes.
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Creating stuff......Excellent.

Building stuff.....Excellent

Diagnostic skills.....Excellent.

Working on cars.....Excellent.

Marketing stuff......Very bad.


I've still got boxes full of 911 tidbits I created....carefully hidden away, from prying eyes.
You don't work on 911's any more Greg?
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I don't use those pieces on an early car with screw in dipstick....there's no way to predict which direction the added nub will end up facing.
Sorry, I forgot to mention it's for my 89 S4.
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You don't work on 911's any more Greg?
I think I got bored with those cars....too many, for too many years.

Of course, I can do them sleep walking. Now I work on them for long time clients and people that own both 928's and air cooled 911's, who insist I work on their 911.

I've got three of them, here, right now. The beautiful Casablanca Beige Turbo (which is for sale), an '83 Euro Cab, and a 1970 911 that I'm restoring the underside/engine/transmission for a client.
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Thank you, Greg, for this kind offer.
Also, thanks to the other vendors who make this time of year more fun for those of us married to these beasts.

The cars, that is.


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What are the pros and cons of the SS vs Kevlar oil cooler lines?
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What are the pros and cons of the SS vs Kevlar oil cooler lines?

Pretty much personal preference. The Kevlar are closer to the stock look, from three feet away.

The Kevlar has a woven fabric braid that is dark grey/almost flat black, with a single woven strand of silver running through it. The stainless have a woven outer stainless covering. The stainless outer covering has a tendency to file through whatever it touches...but the oil lines don't touch much. Internally, they hoses have the same exact PTFE liner.
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