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Thread: Might have found a car for long term resto

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    Garth,
    40K€ is close enough to 40K Chf and to 40K $ to not matter if the right car comes along. 911, matching numbers. No 912. Coupe, no targas. As for the rest, I want a project. Something that I can restore/work on/tinker. Of course no train wreck like the 2.2 subject of this thread. If I can choose (beggars are not choosers), then a 70 or 71, but in fact anything lwb would be perfect. I don't want a SWB because I'd feel obligated to make it factory correct, which migh restrict me somewhat.

    I * want* to see you in a Dirndl.

    Tangerine, good idea. I'll try and ask them. I hope they're not too cross that I told them their registration papers for the car are wrong, making it almost impossible to sell...

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    George,
    Here's the COA; I should have pics to you today.

    I gotta think the ski rack is a cool option for you. Here in Scottsdale only D-bags drive around with ski racks on their Porsches.
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    '. . . The 1971 Porsche 911T shown here with matching numbers is available in this gorgeous color combination of white with black interior. It is equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission, Weber carburetors, Fuchs wheels and includes the jack and spare tire. The Porsche has lots of potential, and has had the same owner for many years and has just recently come out of storage. For $36,500 . . .'

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    Dunno what your shipping costs + taxes/duties/etc are --- but I would start negotiating @<$25k

    And --- depending on who you have in mind/access to for repairs/restoration . . . you might even get some of the metal work done here in CA prior to

    Would definitely require a proper/closer inspection, but . . .

    . . . might be worth a plane trip?


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    Hi Rick,
    Interesting car, with some serious rust underneath, but could be a candidate.
    Might have a good one lined up, though. Hopeful.
    Thanks.

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    If you would've built something under this starting in 2006 like I told you, you'd have something by now ...

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    Hey Curt, good to see you here as well.
    Good memories. You midwest team are in great part responsible for my wanting an early car for so long.
    Now to wait another few weeks.

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