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    NOS H1s . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by swiftsw View Post
    . . . a pair of NOS in the box Euro headlights for the early SWB cars. They can be fitted with H1, H4, or LED bulbs. Price is $3,000.00, OBO. Expensive, yes, but NOS is NOS . . .



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    I hate to pick on the same seller - but .

    Restored-1974-Porsche-911-Factory-Carrera-Ducktail-Authentic-1-Year-Only-Part

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    $7,9000

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    Wood Steering Wheel . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by mrm930 View Post
    . . . an original steering wheel from a 1967 911S that is in near perfect condition. It has NOT been restored. this steering wheel has been setting wrapped and boxed in an environmentally controlled storage for the past 30 plus years . . .

    . . . Includes the steering wheel, butterfly horn, horn button and the spring/collar assembly for the steering wheel shaft (not shown)

    Price is $5,250.00 plus shipping and PP fees (3%) . . .


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    7Rs . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    . . . 911R 7X15 RSR finish by Harvey. Fresh.
    $7800 OBO . . .


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    Those are beautiful, even if priced up there like that!

    I'd love a set. Maybe one day
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    I have 8 Fuchs done by Harvey.

    911 @ HOMESTEAD Feb. 17-18, 2007 DL - 15 085.jpg

    My wheels are now worth more than what I paid for the whole car. If - this number is even close. Which I doubt.

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    Richard,

    The Fuchs on that blue car are not deep offset, 911R wheels.

    I'm sure you have an article that you've written on the value of rare Fuchs wheels. Maybe post it?


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    I guess I should just skip the "for sale" section, and just post my NOS and rare parts here?
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    I don't understand the criticism. Harvey is the best in the business and the lead time to get wheels through his process is 14 months. And the cost to refurbish two wheels is probably close to $1K now. 7R rims in poor condition sell for ~5K. Therefore, if purchased now and brought to the same standard it would cost you 6K and you would wait 14 months. Frank was asking a 30% premium which is now down to 15% to have them now. i don't think it's unreasonable to ask what you want and be ready to negotiate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
    I guess I should just skip the "for sale" section, and just post my NOS and rare parts here?
    Key is to ask an outrageous price.

    Apparently.


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