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    like german autos-especially porsche
    charlotte n.c.
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    Lou S.

    '85 928s US -5spd
    '85 928 Euro -5spd
    '87 911 coupe
    '64 356 cab
    '84 944 project


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  • Last Activity: 04-15-2019 12:40 PM
  • Join Date: 11-11-2009


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  1. Jerry Feather
    12-13-2017 10:38 AM
    Hi Lou. Did you get my message a bout the cowl cover and spare cover? If not I'll try again with a PM. Jerry Feather
  2. Jerry Feather
    12-12-2017 08:15 PM
    Lou, I have been working on a new design of Cowl Cover for the late 944, but I don't have one to be able to finalize the form to be sure that they will fit correctly. There is a thread about this development on the 944 Rennlist Forum, a couple of years ago. If you were close maybe I could use your 944 for the fitting??? Jerry Feather
  3. White Lightnin'
    12-29-2015 06:32 PM
    I sent a message to Jeff... not sure if he doesn't already have his hands full with 4... he might need a 5th.
  4. Glen McCartney
    12-22-2015 05:06 PM
    Don't know of anyone who can use it. Ed of Prefex Mfg. has the Holbert car and I believe he has straightened it. Thanks for letting me know, happy holidays!
  5. AirtekHVAC
    01-22-2015 10:54 PM
    Lou, got your message. The parts car I think, has a sunroof. Are you talking about the car on Craigslist? It was a two-fer, along with a white one, if I bought them?
  6. White Lightnin'
    04-11-2013 10:23 PM
    Hi Lou... the only other 928 mechanic in the somewhat nearby area would be Les (only him) at Doc's Grrrage in Columbia, SC (Lexington actually). Like Jim Burton, he cut his teeth on Porsches when the 928's were in production. Only 1.5 hours each way.
    I have also heard good things about ProTech Motorsports in Greenville, SC. And lastly, John Forbes at Black Forest Racing or his former lead tech Lou at his new place (check TR advert)... as last choices.
    Those are the closest ones. If you can get the car to the Raleigh area, then Ray Munsch is the man to see (don't know his shop name).
    Good luck & hope to see you at SITM!
  7. vetter59
    06-05-2012 06:51 PM
    Did you ever get that project car engine done?, -I found a '85 parts car -could buy engine for 400.00 , p ezk for 100.00, probably should do it yeh? - I also haven't bought wheels yet but Kevin in Va. had a set of Carrera 3 lightweights with tires for 1200.00, maybe - When is the Hell event?
  8. davek9
    06-04-2012 10:23 PM
    Hi Lou ! Yeah we all up here had other fish to fry, It's good hearing from you.
    We are doing Sharks In Hell should be a great turn out and I really want to make the Frenzy this year.
    We'll catch up

  9. vetter59
    01-04-2012 08:53 PM
    Sorry about the very slow reply- Aug.! -I don't get on this site to often, so I'm slow about navigating thru it. You have a great car! -One of my favorites, with nice wheels, RH's look good on these S-3 cars. I have a '85 White, Navy interior,5spd. Bought as a kind of a project car, mech. strong, new clutch, water pump, belts, front seals ect. Interior needed alot of the usaul, seat covers, dash, carpet ect. I now have most of this done, The body has been touched up before, would like eventually to repaint entire car, but do it right with glass out ect. Love thse cars!
  10. jbrob007
    08-30-2011 06:34 PM
    Lou, Sorry, I believe the wheels are 7.5" front & 10" back. They look better in person...

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