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Essexmetal 05-02-2008 10:30 PM

Sorry guys. Did not see that my images were too large so they did not post. I will try and reduce them and post at a latter date. Not my area of expertise so if anyone can assist in their posting I would appreciate it.


Pan58 05-02-2008 11:15 PM

all I can say is harley's it I had to explain you would not understand.

Essexmetal 05-03-2008 09:35 AM

Got a couple of pics sized.

hawk14414 05-03-2008 09:49 AM

Sweet! Love the RZV...........

Cactus 05-03-2008 11:46 AM

Rode sportbikes for 15 years but was getting worse with age (wanted to go faster and faster) so I got out wile I was ahead. I miss it terribly!:crying: Had the following bikes:
90 FZR600
89 GSXR750 (air cooled FTW)
90 CBR900
96 GSXR600
01 GSXR750 (pictured)

My old Infiniti G35 (2004)

jhubs 05-04-2008 12:11 AM

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Fly Fishing, Flying, Golf and Trap to name a few...

Tisibeast 05-04-2008 03:42 AM

I have a few obsessions:

1. Family - 2 kids (with another on the way)

2. Cars - Particularly at the track or anything resembling pushing the limits. Includes a 993 (Of course), an M5, A lifted built Grand Cherokee, and an Acura TL.

3. Watches - I have 12 currently but always looking for more. 2 Pannies, 1 Breitling, 1972 Rolex Great White Sea Dweller, a Marathon (Military watch), 2 pocketwatches (Including a 1915 South Bend that was my Great Grandfathers daily carry), A Seiko Orange Monster, etc etc etc...

4. Travel - recent trips include England, Kauai, Mexico, etc. Planning for Italy, Germany and China soon.

5. Anything outdoors - Skiing, fishing, paintball, camping, etc.

Thats all I can think of off hand, those seem to keep me pretty busy

roebedo 05-04-2008 04:29 AM

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Originally Posted by 993MAN (Post 5103895)
Looks like all P car drivers are into much the same toys.
Rotel, Martin Logan, REL, Marantz KI Signature CD, Linn LP12 blah blah.
Love tubes but changed a few years ago.
Omega Seamasters
Wife and kids (should be at the top)
Dogs (G Shephards) 8 Paint horses, cats and a goat.
VFR800 and having an ice cold beer on the deck and watching the All Blacks

And here I thought I was the only odd ball running Martin Logan's with Rotel :-)
I have to say.. love the Porsche's , as I absolutely love things that perform! I haven't stepped into the hi-fi arena with vinyl, but I kinda compare that to not having a Robin. BTW...Robin, its cool to see that you are a audiophile also :-)

However, when ever I get the performance itch when I'm not in the P-Car, I always find myself reaching for the volume control. Especially when Pink Floyd is loaded up, and linked via optical to these things! Wow.. It's like being right there!

Anyway, its great to see other p-car fans fascinated with things in common.

Rinty 05-04-2008 11:15 AM

other hobby
Here's one of them:

Summit, Mt. Standish, Sunshine Village, Banff.


chris walrod 05-05-2008 01:00 AM

Taken yesterday in Cozumel.

Anenome in Macro mode:

Tube Sponges

See the fish?

WHB Porsche 05-05-2008 01:05 AM

Originally Posted by jhubs (Post 5377271)
Fly Fishing, Flying, Golf and Trap to name a few...

Jerry - is that your King Air? Very cool either way - I love those planes. Great planes for the midwest, especially if you enjoy skiing.

jhubs 05-05-2008 01:57 AM

Originally Posted by WHB Porsche (Post 5379936)
Jerry - is that your King Air? Very cool either way - I love those planes. Great planes for the midwest, especially if you enjoy skiing.

Charlie B. No, I wish!!!!! It was the company plane of my flight instructor and friend. I had a few hours in it and even got to sit in the left seat a couple of times and landed it once in Denver. It was so much more fun to fly than the Cessna 152 that I got my license in. Have not been at the controls for over two years. I've even let my medical expire. One day soon I will take it up again. Porsches have supplied my need for speed for the last 2 years. :burnout:

TRINITONY 02-07-2011 12:54 PM

^ lots of new peeps since 2008...:p

race911 02-07-2011 01:23 PM

Or lots of us who never saw the thread way back when........................

For me, track/racing/instructing go way beyond anything specific to a 993 (or even Porsches). Outside of cars, skiing (big time this season again, including boarding) and golf. Lot of time and opportunity to travel, too. Would be nice to have a profitable business of some sort again I could also enjoy as a hobby, but I fear those days are past for Californians.

cpdjfd107 02-07-2011 03:16 PM

It's the 993 f/b the 911 SC. Then its the house, circa 1845. It is very well built, actually overbuilt compared to homes today, but it does like to be maintained. Fresh coat of paint coming this spring. Quahogging in the summer. Skiing in the winter. VAcationing in New Hampshire. A very understanding wife and 3 shih tzus. Hopefully I will soon be replacing the Fj40 that I sold last winter. I maybe more obsessed with FJ's than Porsches. What wonderful trucks they are. Fun, and tougher than anything ever made.

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