More 912s than I've ever seen parked together before
the above and below belong to a 912 that has more than triple the documentation paperwork (aside from catalog and brochures) of any car I can remember ever seeing... and he brings the originals to car shows, ans when I asked him if he had copied all his originals for a backup, he replied no. Never thought about it, and seemed to think the idea not worthy of consideration. Idiot.
Just one dropped open bottle of water, one careless dog owner, one natural disaster (as San Diego is home to the nations largest wildfire ever, and an earthquake and tsunami zone) etc etc etc and not a single piece of the irreplaceable purchasing, shipping, restoration, repair, registration, and prior ownership will ever be avilable again.
Think about your most important papers, and consider making a xerox copy of all of it to keep in a safe deposit box, or safe, or with family in another state. If you ever lose your originals, the easiest way to get them replaced with the right authorized ones is a xerox copy that can give you the phone numbers, id numbers, websites, account numbers, etc etc. Good advice I read years ago is to copy everything in your wallet or purse annually. You never know when you might lose or have it stolen... and the fastest way to cancel credit cards and accounts is the info on the cards that you won't have unless you xerox them
Read he last couple of lines in the above.. .. risks of was, mines and torpedos
From very stock concours perfect looking engine above, with what looks like a pair of flower watering can (well, that is what they remind me of) to gradually more performance modifications in this series of 912 engines from 4 to 6 cylinders
What the hell? I've never seen anyone paint the back of their license plate, and then flip it. What the point? Leave it right side out, get a vanity plate or logo plate, or take it off.