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Thread: W: Fraise (Rose Red) 70-73 911

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by JL911E View Post
    Agreed!
    How much less in % for the color change?
    It doesn't work like that. There is no agreed upon color change discount percentage. Tons of factors to consider, but the only one that really matters is: What is the car worth to you?
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    The early ones...
    1965 911 (301100) Togo Brown, 1965 911 (301331) Light Ivory, 1965 912 Slate Grey, 1966 912 Gulf Blue, 1967 912/6 Polo Red, 1968 912 Soft Window Targa Golden Green, 1969 911S Soft Window Targa Tangerine, 1969 912 Coupe Champagne Yellow, 1969 912 Sunroof Coupe Polo Red, 1970 911T Sunroof Coupe Bahama Yellow, 1972 911T Coupe Albert Blue, 1973 911S Targa Signal Yellow

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFromNY View Post
    It doesn't work like that. There is no agreed upon color change discount percentage. Tons of factors to consider, but the only one that really matters is: What is the car worth to you?
    Agreed, too many factors to consider.

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    70S Silver, original Slate Gray Japan delivery

  4. #24
    Yep. That's it. I was going to buy it on the spot until they told me it was a color change. Pretty car.
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    The early ones...
    1965 911 (301100) Togo Brown, 1965 911 (301331) Light Ivory, 1965 912 Slate Grey, 1966 912 Gulf Blue, 1967 912/6 Polo Red, 1968 912 Soft Window Targa Golden Green, 1969 911S Soft Window Targa Tangerine, 1969 912 Coupe Champagne Yellow, 1969 912 Sunroof Coupe Polo Red, 1970 911T Sunroof Coupe Bahama Yellow, 1972 911T Coupe Albert Blue, 1973 911S Targa Signal Yellow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schiefer View Post
    I Love it as well!! Amazing car.

  6. #26
    This was hugh hefner porsche 911 1973 and the car is in Sweden what I know still.

  7. #27
    Seems to be a fraise 2.4E Targa FS in Germany. No affiliation.

    https://www.autoscout24.de/angebote/...b?asrc=st%7cas
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    Quote Originally Posted by UrelferDK View Post
    Seems to be a fraise 2.4E Targa FS in Germany. No affiliation.

    https://www.autoscout24.de/angebote/...b?asrc=st%7cas
    FALSE AD!! Saw this months ago with its location being in New Jersey. Same pics.

  9. #29
    Hi guys
    I have a fraise US market 73 2.4T targa in Switzerland which I am considering selling. Mechanics done, including Zenith conversion, CIS parts still with the car. Purchase documents dating 1973 and service book available. In need of repaint and light body cosmetics, very solid and original car. Mail to mattia(at)tonella(dot)ch if interested.
    Best regards
    Matt

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    PICS PLEASE MATT! There can never be enough pictures of Fraise Porsches
    Porsche taste on a Volkswagen budget...

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