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    Everythings for sale ?

    Starkey could probably give a good answer to that question. I suspect that they might all be for sale at the kind of $numbers these six are trying for. Have any sold for these kind of numbers ? Maybe mine is for sale also and I don't realize it.

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    Allison was your green car for sale with dr konradsheim along time ago,may be part of the history.

    I did not think 00001 was for sale,the 2nd black one has been for sale for a long time. It turned up at the 40 year anniversary of the rs that the porsche rs club france put on,which was a great event.We had 5 rsr in the event and our own track session,i have some incar some where of it all.

    If they were ferraris with there rarity and some of them with great race history they would be in 20 plus mill bracket,i still think they are good value and still very driveable and fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellow491 View Post
    Allison was your green car for sale with dr konradsheim along time ago,may be part of the history.

    I did not think 00001 was for sale,the 2nd black one has been for sale for a long time. It turned up at the 40 year anniversary of the rs that the porsche rs club france put on,which was a great event.We had 5 rsr in the event and our own track session,i have some incar some where of it all.

    If they were ferraris with there rarity and some of them with great race history they would be in 20 plus mill bracket,i still think they are good value and still very driveable and fun.
    I agree with your comments about the price, but RSR's had such a long life that it's difficult to find a true original car!

    By exemple, for the 40'th anniversary in France, the best of show (911.360.1099) had obviously been restamped. Best of show...!

    And there are big rumors about the black one (911.360.0940) for the same ... detail!

    These cars are well known by the experts. Experts which credibility is sometimes «restamped» as well!

    It's sad but with this level of money, it becomes difficult to simply enjoy a car without any doubts, fears and suspicion…

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    Jack there is a reason why a guy recently invested big bucks in the tooling for this metal part :-(

    Btw Allison your car is Fantastic

    But if by any chance you got the rear wheels of , I would love to see a picture of the shorten rear arms and breaks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marek View Post
    Jack there is a reason why a guy recently invested big bucks in the tooling for this metal part :-(

    Btw Allison your car is Fantastic

    But if by any chance you got the rear wheels of , I would love to see a picture of the shorten rear arms and breaks

    Marek
    Hi Marek,

    Nice comment and what a proof for the lack of morality in the car business.

    By the way, there is now tools to control the origine of the engrave numbers. And it's really difficult to cheat and not be caught. Or at least being suspected...

    How funny is the cars world!

    Do you know the difference between a child and an adult?

    Tools' prices!

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    Mistake: toys' price!

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    Marek, long time, but will these be for sale ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Mistake: toys' price!
    I think you had it right the first time.
    Warning! If I crap on you it’s not on purpose.

    I often buy parts I think I need but find out I already own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marek View Post
    Jack there is a reason why a guy recently invested big bucks in the tooling for this metal part :-(

    Marek
    There was a post in another thread that discusses this metal part. Here is the post:

    "I know the guy who makes the reproduction panels which have the VIN area on them. He has sold quite a few of these to Freisinger. Always made me wonder why you would need that panel, let alone a lot of them, as they rarely rust out..."

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    1975 Porsche-Kremer Carrera 3.0 RSR race #0050005
    1967 Porsche 911 2.0L SWB Factory Rally Kit #308299
    1957 Porsche 356A Speedster race car, #82985
    1961 Porsche 356B T5 Roadster race car, #89346
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    Quote Originally Posted by platas View Post
    Marek, long time, but will these be for sale ?
    Hi Santiago
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    Yes the metal part is 5K€ and on stock

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