Finally: Dinkel is a carjourno

Finally: Dinkel is a carjourno

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dinkel

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25,862 posts

226 months

Sunday 28th March
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Well, we had a good morning wink

Me in the 2 litre is the odd one out here. Bad company but in a good way. Low RWB 964 has 350k kms on it!


Marcel decided to treat his 1968 912 to his own taste. Loving it!


Joost 1988 3.2 in all its glory. Olaf 1984 red - brown! - streetracer throws flames!


IMO the 997.2 incarnation of the GT3 RS is the most pure. RWB 964, 912, 964 RS tribute and '84 SC but only from the outside.


My daughter (17) needed to go along and choose 3 outlaws. This 300 brake 964 RS tribute is a total riot.

dinkel

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226 months

Wednesday 31st March
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Alfa Romeo Montreal awaites an engine overhaul. The 2.5 litre V8 relates to the Tipo 33 racers.


Classic 105-series interior.


Alfa details: snake eating a kid!

dinkel

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226 months

Thursday 1st April
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More on the Porsche outing:

Insane 3.4 short stroke 50 mm 8500 rpm beast.


King Tut's tumb.


I love a G but I understand a 964 is just so much better to outlaw. The mint one is an RS tribute.

dinkel

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Saturday 3rd April
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Recent exterior upgrade for this 1962 Alfa Romeo Giulia 1600 Sprint. One of 7,107 built. Expect 60-70k euros.


The Maserati Merak (1972–1983, 1,830) is the less powerful family member of the V8 powered Bora. Three litre (enlarged Citroen SM) V6 allows for a 2+2 configuration, as like the period Ferrari 308 GT4. For kids without legs that is. Wheels look substantial but are just 15 inchers boasting 185 and 205 MMs!

dinkel

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Monday 3rd May
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Fantastic 2018 Porsche 991 T:

Basic interior.


Panning shot by my youngest daughter.


Yellow is the fastest colour.


Love the door handles.

NGRhodes

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40 months

Monday 3rd May
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Lovely photos as usual, my Dad would agree with you on yellow, but he does own yellow shoes !

dinkel

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Monday 3rd May
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And why not? Is he a runner...?

NGRhodes

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40 months

Monday 3rd May
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dinkel said:
And why not? Is he a runner...?
No, he just like yellow a lot smile

dinkel

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Tuesday 4th May
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Recent Porsche outing:

Back in the day I did not care much for 911. In my eye the 914 and transaxle models looked more special to me.


Porsche 912 Sift Window Targa and 964.


912, 964, G Modell and Lancia Delta Integrale.

dinkel

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Friday 7th May
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1988 Porsche 911 3.2 SC interior.


Porsche 964 RS Tribute detail, part 1.


Porsche 964 RS Tribute detail, part 2.


Porsche 912 landscape...


Porsche 997.2 GT3

dinkel

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Sunday 16th May
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R129 SL 60 V8 - Owner had his on the rollers: 412 hp.


R129 SL600 V12 - Das Haus knew the V8 outclassed the 405 brake 12 pot and put the eight in the books for 385...


W114 250C - I so love these coupes from my youth...

NGRhodes

1,246 posts

40 months

Monday 17th May
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The SL60 is an AMG I presume, very subtle looking !

dinkel

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Monday 17th May
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Yes a true AMG gem from the era Das Haus made the best cars ever produced.

I did a double test for a UK mag: E 50 AMG & SL 60 AMG > Lighter 5 litre E feels fantastic where the more powerful 6 litre struggles a bit with the extra 200 kgs. Still an amazing car. R129 rocks.

dinkel

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Tuesday 18th May
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Porsche 997.2 GT3


Excellent Porsche 912.


912 exhaust.

NGRhodes

1,246 posts

40 months

Tuesday 18th May
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That 912 looks very nice in black.

dinkel

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Thursday 20th May
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It will be one of the nicest you will ever see. It's rapid too.

dinkel

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Thursday 20th May
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Mark Wegh explains the barn find 550 Spyder to 18 petrolheads.


After a coffee break he invited our group of 18 for a tour on his attic. Insane.


The Classic Center showroom is proper to.


As is the parking area...


550 Spyder details are breathtaking. The engine has not run yet. Because of its value Mark takes apart the whole car before giving it a go.


Commuting parking area riot. About 13 Porsches and a 147 before we hit the dikes to head for Porsche Center Gelderland. And yes, that's a 930.

More of this?

dinkel

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Friday 21st May
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More on the PCG visit:


Bomb da parking with Porsche.


1969 Porsche 911 2.2 T Coupé and 911 Carrera RS 2.7. It's amazing what you can find in the PCG showrooms.


63 with 700 brake and our 147 2.0 were the non-Porsches of the pack.


Uber mint 944 Turbo wow. It's hard to swallow transaxles are still under the radar by so many classic car enthusiasts. These are perfect dailies really.


Patina 1956 356 Speedster. I love these untouched cars.


Mark is a keen guide. I brought a group of connaisseurs: everyone learnt that day.

anonymous-user

22 months

Saturday 22nd May
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Will TV viewers hear noisy Dutchmen revving their sports cars outside the Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam this evening? Might add some sweet music to the occasion! smile

dinkel

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Saturday 22nd May
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TV is for old folks...