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Great pics Doc :cheers:

Looks like your friend Ahmed has a good eye when it comes to pictures and cars.
 

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Amazing Photos, Great Job!
 

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I thought Protomotive only exist in the US & Japan. Do you have it in Bahrain?

God there is nothing I wish for my Cayman more than a turbo but I couldn't find a single trustable/recommended shop :(
 

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Actually my friend with the 996TT rented a garage in dubai, payed the guys from protomotive.. and they all met in dubai to work on the car!!
 

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Very cool pics Doc! I spent a lot of time in Bahrain in 1971-72. I bet it's changed quite a bit since then.
 

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Very cool pics Doc! I spent a lot of time in Bahrain in 1971-72. I bet it's changed quite a bit since then.
Wow, it probably did change alot... I wasn't even born back then :hilarious:

What were you doing here?
 

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Great shots! I was in Bahrain for a few months in 1995 (bet you were born by then!). Also bet it has changed a lot since then. Would love to visit again!
 

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Great shots! I was in Bahrain for a few months in 1995 (bet you were born by then!). Also bet it has changed a lot since then. Would love to visit again!
You should, it's different now :)
 

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Loved the camel races! And riding my dirt bike in the desert. The bread fresh from the oven & "sambuzies?"

Oh the women where very beautiful and unattainable for a poor guy! lol
 

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Bahrain is a very unique little country of extremely kind & sweet people... It has so much to offer within a very limited island. And once that bridge with Qatar opens, it will be more unique among the GCC countries.

God bless Bahrain and Bahraini people; a prayer from my heart!
 

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Thank you for those beautiful comments Hassaan :)
I'll be very honest with you Kareem, this is not a compliment! I have been on many parts of the world and most of the Middle East. What's so unique about Bahrain is its people. When I meet a Bahraini whether he is a poor taxi driver or a wealthy businessman at the Ritz-Carlton, whether he is a simple officer at the border or a sophisticated shopper at Vertu... they all have unique things in common; i.e. humbleness, kindness and openness to strangers!
 
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