MarkGolf Always great to see a 964 on track, would love to know the spec!
daviespajHi MarkI have seen your gorgeous red 964 being improved over time on another platform. Well done to you, bringing that sad looking car back to its best. I had a red beautiful 964 about 9 years ago, I still have counselling over the decision to sell it!! I swapped it for my 997 C2S which is a really fantastic car, but I found that I missed something special from the old car. I managed to track down a tired example which I am trying very slowly to restore. So far a few panels off and engine / gearbox removed. Hopefully after my current building restoration project 2021 will be far more productive for the 964 project?I see you are now the 964 Register Secretary, good luck with the role and will try to support the register where I can.
Hacki Spec is an easy thing to explain in this case. It´s a proper Cup car, no. 50 of the first badge of fifty Carrera Cup cars made in 1990. Less camber makes street legal tyres work and tracks like the Nordschleife are less "white knuckle" stuff. Once the original brakes were shot I put on vented big reds, but that´s basically it. (I kept the original parts, of course.) She´s with with me for more than 28 years now, still a great car.
MarkGolf Hacki Spec is an easy thing to explain in this case. It´s a proper Cup car, no. 50 of the first badge of fifty Carrera Cup cars made in 1990. Less camber makes street legal tyres work and tracks like the Nordschleife are less "white knuckle" stuff. Once the original brakes were shot I put on vented big reds, but that´s basically it. (I kept the original parts, of course.) She´s with with me for more than 28 years now, still a great car.I bet that has some history behind it, do you still get out and use it much? 28 years is some time, wow! Great to see and hear that you have kept it for so long and put it to good use.
Rogers964LW964 C4 that I've owned the past 14 years, now at 99K. Number mods including Bilsteins at RS ride height, Rohr pipe, RS replica seats and gradually taking weight out (now less ~50kg)..... Graham
964_DriverThe exterior silver is timeless, but the Colbalt blue interior is one of those Porsche only combinations, which I really like.Just fitted an RS rear bumber centre section and swapped out my front fogs for FVD brake cooling ducts. Pretty pleased with the result. PS: first name is Graham (confusing with a family name like Rogers) :)PPS: how do you add the PCGB watermark to the photos? Hi Graham ;) Really like the blue too, was never a fan but since owning a Boxster in a similar colour combo, I really like it, it certainly make a change from black and is not in your face. I think you have created my perfect 964! Use the upload option via the forum for the PCGB watermark.
mcgc0 If I could have found a silver at the time I was looking I would have jumped at it. Thanks Mark. The velvet red was too cheap to pass up and I already had all the best parts I needed from my other donor 964 that I wrote off a couple months previous. Added the rear grille last year, although fiddly it got the look I wanted.
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