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  1. Culina
    10-21-2018 08:32 PM
    Hello, can you tell me what the wheel set up you have on Targa? looks great. Would you be able to send me the size, offset, spacers if needed.
  2. rsixx6
    03-03-2016 07:09 PM

    Would you be available to chat on the phone this evening? Have a sort of pressing question for you.
  3. matttheboatman
    01-02-2015 06:20 PM
    Hello Marine Blue,

    I see you are heading down to the Daytona 24hrs. Will you be in the Porsche Coral?

    If so, I will be there and would love to say helllo.

  4. Marine Blue
    12-25-2008 05:04 PM
    Step 3
    Also clean the outside of the lense, especially the top and bottom on the outside which builds up with dirt/water stains etc. Cleaning, Polishing and waxing the paint around the lense (on the bumper) also helps, the paint will act as a reflector and give a newer appearance to everything.

    This procedure won't remove pitting but it will definitely improve the overall look. Good luck and post some before/after pics.

    Let me know if you have any questions.

    Kind Regards,
  5. Marine Blue
    12-25-2008 05:03 PM
    Step 2

    Once the lenses are off you will need to remove one of the reflectors to get access to 3/4 of the glass lense. Glass polish isn't really necessary, just use a blend of alcohol/water and a clean microfiber to wipe the lense. To get access to the area behind the second reflector you can use cotton swabs or something similar that can reach the lense. The inside of the lense has bumps in it and I've found that cleaning between the bumps really helps bring the clarity back. When you have the the larger reflector out, gently wipe it with a lightly dampened (with water) soft cloth. Go easy on this because the finish can scratch.
  6. Marine Blue
    12-25-2008 05:01 PM
    Hi Chuck,

    A bit under the weather but having a good Christmas, hope you're also enjoying it!

    Step 1:
    The Fog Lenses are an easy one, just time consuming. First you'll want to completely remove the lenses which are held in place with four screws. You will need to remove the corner pieces and the rubber bumperettes to get to the screws.
  7. Chuck Schreiber
    12-25-2008 04:33 PM

    Hope you're having a great Xmas! Just pulling up one of your old posts as I've got some time to detail the Charlie Car this week. Wondering how you cleaned the fog lamp assembly after you got the car. Was this with glass polish or what?
    One of my many "To do's" with the GTS.

    Thanks man!

    Chuck Schreiber
    DFW 928

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    Temecula, CA
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    1990 911 C2 Targa - Stone Grey, Cashmere, MT, RUF 17ö Wheels
    2011 Spyder - Basalt Black, Black, Full Leather, MT, LWB, PSE, A/C, Radio

    1969 911E Sportomatic Targa
    1987 928 S4 MT
    1990 928 GT


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