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    FS: @BHCC - '72 'S' Coupe . . .

    VIN = 9112300342
    Eng# = 6329023
    Trans# = ?

    '. . . '72 Porsche 911S Coupe chassis# 9112300342 engine#6329023 in white with brown interior. Originally came from the factory special order color code#224 metallic green which is seldom seen, especially on this one year only example. Equipped with a 5 speed manual transmission, fuchs wheels and the additional external oil filler door. Lots of potential. Extremely sought after by collectors. Limited production. Excellent investment. Prime candidate for restoration.

    For $77,500 USD . . .
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    http://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/...s/1787177.html
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    isn't every car ever built limited production? Corollas and VW bugs inclusive?

    ~J~
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    So, Sportomatic engine - type match or chassis match?
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    Link shows car as SOLD
    Paul

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    Peter Kane

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa View Post
    An excellent lesson on why flippers exist.
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    I am sure not matching numbers. Hmmm... Looks like a Tobacco Brown interior. Combined with the Metallic Green I'll bet that will be a stunner when restored. I am a big fan of that dark brown Tobacco interior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t6dpilot View Post
    I am sure not matching numbers.
    Most likely...but it would look cool with a SPORTOMATIC emblem on the deck lid...
    Peter Kane

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    Quote Originally Posted by beh911 View Post
    An excellent lesson on why flippers exist.
    Why is it flipping cars for fun and profit on this forum site frowned uponed??

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob lee View Post
    Why is it flipping cars for fun and profit on this forum site frowned uponed??
    Good question. I wasn't frowning. Just pointing out a perfect example of buying something, sitting on it for the proper amount of time, doing absolutely nothing to it, then selling it on.
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