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    W: Fraise (Rose Red) 70-73 911

    W: Fraise aka Rose Red. 911 E or S Coupe or Targa.
    On the hunt for some time now with no luck. Had a bite but no deal. LMK if you guys hear of anything. Greatly appreciated.

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    Hen's teeth. I've been looking for a couple years now and except for a lonely Sportomatic I've come up empty. Good luck.
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    Fraise and Sporto. Kind of like peanut butter and jelly.
    Only dead fish go with the flow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFromNY View Post
    Hen's teeth. I've been looking for a couple years now and except for a lonely Sportomatic I've come up empty. Good luck.
    Where in NY?...Found a Rose Red 73' S. But the ask was $$$

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    Actually escaped NY for the great state of Texas some years back. I'm one of the lucky ones. But I used to split my time between Manhattan and Greenwich, CT.

    Out of curisoity, how crazy was the ask?
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    I once owned a 40k miles raseberry rose 72 S coupe, car was perfect - sold for $18k a long long time ago
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    Hey Phil

    I too had a fraise 72S. No sunroof but had sport seats in a black interior. I sold it long ago to Dirk Layer. Could it be the same car? I bought mine in Michigan and drove it to Wyoming where it stayed till Layer bought it and then lost track. I had four 2.4 Esses at the time; silver 73, aubergine 73, viper green 72 and the 72 fraise car. One of them had to go. I still have the aubergine S. All this was in the early/mid 90s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pu911rsr View Post
    I once owned a 40k miles raseberry rose 72 S coupe, car was perfect - sold for $18k a long long time ago
    $18K?!!!!!!! Wow. That is insane compared to todays prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFromNY View Post
    Actually escaped NY for the great state of Texas some years back. I'm one of the lucky ones. But I used to split my time between Manhattan and Greenwich, CT.

    Out of curisoity, how crazy was the ask?
    I split my time between Manhattan & Armonk, NY. Very close to Greenwich!!

    The 73' Fraise S coupe was very nice. 94,000 miles on chassis but only 5,000 on complete restoration. Everything was restored. Ground up restoration down to bare metal.

    We originally had talks around $150's. That suddenly jumped to $190,000 after a local dealer offered him that price. S**t Happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
    Wasn't there one at Essen? Memory serves me that the Swedish guys had one along with the ivory 911, and then the couple of early beetles. Hall 5?
    Was that car a Targa?

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