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    Lightbulb 901 alloy wood wheel value

    What is the going rate for a unrestored alloy, early 911/901 wood wheel in usable condition these days?

    Hard to find sale prices due to its scarsity.

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    Porsche 912, 1966
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    Porsche 911, 1971
    2.5L on Webers
    Silvermetallic

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    I sold mine at the LA Lit meet, in March for $3500.00. It was unrestored and in "usable" condition.

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    Jim
    PS: You may have seen it in one of my display cases when you visited years ago.

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    Jim thanks for the heads up!! I'm still grinning everytine I think about that visit, my wife sitting in the car, waiting feeling sick after a little (or lots of) wine country-experience

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    Porsche 912, 1966
    Vin# 451752
    6603 Golfblau
    Karmann

    Porsche 911, 1971
    2.5L on Webers
    Silvermetallic

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    More cars than sense LiveFromNY's Avatar
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    I paid for $4500 last year for an excellent, unrestored wheel from a 50k-mile car. Don't really have a car for it but someone was right behind me to buy it if I didn't and figured I'd probably never see another as nice.
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    Are the nice wood/ alloy repros still available?
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    Senior Member Haasman's Avatar
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    Sierre Madre has repos, but not alloy. http://www.sierramadrecollection.com...mm-p19406.html
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    and the alloy one from Sierra Madre http://www.sierramadrecollection.com...65-p25332.html

    I have an original and one of these repros - havent got them side by side yet. Probably have to redo the wood on my original.
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    I have 2 of the repos left.
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    sold an alloy one for 3500 last year. it was in good shape, not concours. I would say that is still the going rate but depends on condition. 4500 for an excellent original seems to be in line.
    Last edited by Jules Dielen; 08-13-2016 at 10:44 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jesseandersson View Post
    . . . What is the going rate for a unrestored alloy, early 911/901 wood wheel in usable condition these days? . . .
    See post #23 . . .
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...eriously/page3

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