This 1969 911 is my personal project. It started out as an idea when I was laid up for two weeks from some minor surgery. Two weeks of car magazines can really get you thinking. In fall I was encouraged to call on a car I saw for sale. My wife knew what would happen if I made one call. A few weeks later I found one worth buying. Talking with the owner and seeing it had thirty year old paint on it, I gambled that it would be a solid car. It had almost no visible rust. Ultimately, almost everything but the body, steering rack and wiring harness were replaced.
What follows is the REAL cost of healthcare. I’ve never felt better.
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