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    Quote Originally Posted by uai View Post
    seen in essen 2019 http://svenskmotorkraft.se/ so obviously not sold in 2016 ex hugh hefner ATTACH=CONFIG]489682[/ATTACH]
    Anymore info on the Essen car? Is the link you posted the Dealer who has it in stock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JL911E View Post
    Anymore info on the Essen car?
    no, I was more attracted by the playboy Magazine they had on the windscreen
    Quote Originally Posted by JL911E View Post
    Is the link you posted the Dealer who has it in stock?
    Yes, they don't list it on their website but they had it on display and it wasn't marked as sold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
    73 911T injected, 99,000eu was the asking price, supposedly ex Hefner as previously noted. That dealer is supposedly the one who has it in stock. Interestingly they had another 911 that they showed a year or two ago in the same color, but as I recall it was a 70 or 71, and they sold it immediately at the show.
    I almost bought that car last year but it was a color change.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
    Color change? Meh, so what, you paint your house don't you?
    Yes, but when I sell it I don't ask for a 25% premium because I chose an unusual color.
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    There was a Raspberry 72 911T Targa running around Pacific Palisades a few years ago but I haven't seen it recently. The thing that stood out in my mind (other than the color!) was that the owner had glued thin metal and rubber door protector strips onto both the driver and passenger doors. Wish I had taken a picture.

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    VIN = 9113101703
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    '. . . Owned since 1994, original paint, no rust. In all the Porsche events I have been to, I have not seen this color (Rose Red) on any other car...ever. The car has not been driven in the rain since I owned the car. In 2002 2.4L CIS upgraded to 3.6L - w/two oil coolers, 915 transmission, 930 turbo brakes, Fuchs wheels, Weltmeister sway bars, GT ZF diff, Recaro seats.

    My 1973 is truly the best of both worlds, the original shell of a vintage 911, with modern power, brakes, and suspension. All work done by Jeff Gamroth/Rothsport in Sherwood, Oregon. If you do not know Rothsport Racing, research his shop, it is one of the best in the country. I have all documentation for all work completed. This is a one of a kind 911, an amazing driving experience. Approximately 5,000 miles on the car since the 3.6 upgrade (work started when 85700 miles)
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    FS: @MECUM Auctions Monterey - 1973 911T Coupe - Rose Red

    Now going to MECUM . . . 9113101703

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