I went to a 944 event at a local euro shop, learned things, drove some things, and may have even found a new job, maybe.

The event was on how to rebuild 944 motors with good and bad experiences, the suspension and racing and track experiences and stories, and other things I didn’t know. It gave me some better understanding and appreciation for the cars than I thought I had.

Among some interesting cars, this 944 S2 that was converted to a “Spyder” by its owner.

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Ooh. (^_^)

While I was there, I was asked to move some cars around as the shop was closing up. I got to drive a VW Eurovan Syncro (tricky reverse gear, push down and left up) , BMW Mini, an old carbureted Beetle (the first carbureted car I’ve ever driven).

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And this 914 race car, the first dogleg gearbox car I’ve ever driven, and my favorite of the bunch! :)

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And, if my school schedule and this place can work out, this might be my new place of work, maybe and hopefully.