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Matt 20-Sep-2013 10:28
Love it. Thanks for sharing it with us. Greetings from Sebring. Matt
Steve Lindholm 09-Nov-2012 19:40
E mailed this morning threw my wife's email. My e mail address now is working. I maybe wasn't clear on previous e mail. I am trying to locate original engine for my car. I have been restoring high end cars for 43 years, I have a shop called S.L.Carrozzeria ( used to do a lot of Ferrari work but I have always been a air cooled guy). I also have been collecting and parting out 1973 and earlier 911/912 and 914s, now starting to retire and selling parts, tools and equipment. I have most everything available. Also have a 74 914/6 conversion car for sale,( roller with conversion parts. Any info on 641-4122 would really be appreciated. Steve
Steve Lindholm 09-Nov-2012 15:29
I own 1972 914/6 that had original engin 641-4122. I see threw pelican that you recently sold case. I have been restoring cars 43 years and have done a every nut and bolt rotisserie restoration on a very rare gold metallic car #9141430381. Please contact me. My email address does not work presently so please respond to me, SteveLindholm at 303-840-2140 or my wife's email at rlindholm8 @hotmail.com. Thank you
mike 17-Oct-2010 01:11
Clay Dopke, also known here as B52drivr, passed away.Air Force Major (ret.)
> > Clayton Dopke flew B52s in Vietnam and later went on to fly B727s for
> > the U.S. Government. Clay was also an avid car buff and owned a Porsche
> > repair shop and loved fixing them as he loved racing them. Clay
> > eventually settled down in Mississippi where he owned a horse farm and
> > raised and sold horses. He lived a quiet life and was in the process of
> > writing a novel "No Sympathy for the Devil." Clay loved flight simming
> > and being a part of this community where he was very active on these
> > forums and as a subject matter expert to multiple 3rd party developers.
> > He was seldom seen around lately due to his ill health. Clay passed away
> > this morning after a long battle with lung disease. His wife Kathy
> > informed his close friends that he boarded his last flight that took him
> > on a flight plan that we cannot follow. He is survived by his wife and
> > loving children. His funeral arrangements are not yet made but if you
> > wish to pass on condolences to his family please email Michael Toussaint
> > Clay, you are cleared for takeoff, direct at pilot's descretion, no speed
> > restrictions, winds calm. Good Day. We will miss you.
Mike McFarland M.D. 14-Feb-2010 14:31
Bernie-I loved the article on the "Yellow Slugger" that Clay Dopke built. He's considered one of the best in Porsche circles. I also have a 935 copy by Clay. It's a red '85 930 car built when he had Bavarian Coach Werks in West Carrollton, Oh. It's been a great car. I've been trying to contact Clay about some mods I'm planning on the car. If you have any contact info I would sure appreciate it. I'm sure Clay will remember my car. .
steve mcneil 19-Nov-2008 20:43
Hi: I found your article very interesting, especially while refering to Clay, I have lost track of him! I also have Porsche owned and built by Clay for his for his personal thrills. If I remember correctly he nick named it Satin!
It is a 1984 930 (15,000 miles)fly yellow with a matter aluminum roll cage, the engine has been recently rebuilt to a 3.6 liter twin tubo, Motec engine management etc. At 1 bar on the chaises dyno it produced 558 HP(5600 rpm) and 593 ft lbs of torque (4500)RPMs. I bet that you will agree that the front wheels must pointed straight when giving it a lot of throttle!!! Best of luck and if you know how to get in touch with Clay, let me know.
Steve McNeil
Clay Dopke 27-Aug-2008 00:09
Bernie -- I see you have the redux article of the Banana Slugger on your site. It made me smile when I saw it. I guess I just can't get away from that car! Enjoyed talking with you last week. Best and stay in touch
Clay
cameron 15-Aug-2008 12:34
THANK YOU! for giving 935 addicts (like myself) such a awsome site. I wish you all the best in the future.
Cameron AUS
Guest 01-Nov-2006 03:53
Hello, Jacques Rivard of Deschambault, Quebec, Canada may be trying to sell Automotive items on websites that he never paid for.
Porschete 12-Sep-2006 14:17
INCREDIBLE!!!

Greetings from Spain. My web site: www . porschete . com
Ian Beckett 17-Apr-2006 11:10
A brilliant site!! I have always loved the 935 and have followed its career since the '70's. I hope you continue to fill holes in my files and knowledge of these wonderful cars.Ian.
brant giere 05-Apr-2006 02:10
fantastic site...i really enjoyed looking at it! good luck to you.

Brant Giere
Cleveland,Ohio
Hal Crodker 27-Mar-2006 05:22
A work of passion is never work but love.
Henry Carraro 26-Mar-2006 21:26
Thanks for all you do.
Josť Paulo 12-Jan-2006 23:54
Good job. May the force (Moby Dick) be with you.
slidevalve911rsr14-Dec-2005 03:04
Bernie, I can already tell your 935 site is going to be a hit! Look forward to the rest! Armando ;)