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Thread: FS: 1967 911 Coupe Restored

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    I wonder when was the last time that a car that was offered for sale here was actually picked up by an earlySreg member/user. GLWS to the OP. Beautiful car.

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    Few and far between! GLWS Freddie, beautiful car.

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    My game..saving Porsches FHernand's Avatar
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    Good morning and happy Sunday to you. Woke up to some fresh brewed Costa Rican coffee. I see there has been more “let me feel good and important” chatter.

    Mojito from down under, let me shut you up also and stomp on your pride a little if I may. I will extend my challenge to you as I have to Julie. What’s more, both you and Julie can join forces. Let’s see how well you both know your way around Porches. Do you really know them as you claim? My car awaits you! Talk is cheap on this forum. Can you put out a perfect restoration? Mojito from down under, many are reading this thread with great interest to see if you can put your skills into action.
    VINTAGE SPORTSCAR RESTORATIONS INC.
    www.vsrestorations.com
    Phoenix OREGON
    Freddie Hernandez
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    (541) 535-3304
    www.facebook.com/VintageSportscarRestorations

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    This has my interest. This might out do the comments on Jimbo's Bahama Yellow 67S sunroof. This 67 is out-of-control nice & will surely sell.
    Jim

    Too many Porsches and one VW are starting to fill up my desert landscape.

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    My game..saving Porsches FHernand's Avatar
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    Mojito from down under, let me shut you up also and stomp on your pride a little if I may. I will extend my challenge to you as I have to Julie. What’s more, both you and Julie can join forces. Let’s see how well you both know your way around Porches. Do you really know them as you claim? My car awaits you! Talk is cheap on this forum. Can you put out a perfect restoration? Mojito from down under, many are reading this thread with great interest to see if you can put your skills into action.
    VINTAGE SPORTSCAR RESTORATIONS INC.
    www.vsrestorations.com
    Phoenix OREGON
    Freddie Hernandez
    freddie@vsrestorations.com
    (541) 535-3304
    www.facebook.com/VintageSportscarRestorations

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    Quote Originally Posted by FHernand View Post
    VINTAGE Sportscar Restorations INC presents this beautiful restored 1967 911 in factory Polo Red black interior with Black/Red/White Hounds-tooth inlays. This is a full numbers matching PORSCHE 911 coupe. VIN number #305900 and matching motor 2.0 #909498 with 44,394 miles. Only 3,421 made. Today, not many can be found in this condition. The car is a perfect example of a true rust free vintage 911. The restoration goal was to preserve as much as the original panels, parts and hardware as possible. Thus, car retains it’s original numbers matching fenders, doors, hood, engine lid, wheels, motor, 4 speed transmission, carburetors, seats, gauges, many suspension components like brake calipers, frames, exhaust, steering wheel and even the original hood PORSCHE badge as well as many other accessories. This special and unique 911 was coated with single stage high gloss Glasurit paint and products. Many hours of focused dedication went into making the car an exceptional piece of art. The car is absolutely stunning. All gaps are true to original specification of 3-4mm. Panels are straight with no flaws. With the fully rebuilt Weber Carbs, the motor pulls very strong through all gears. The ride on this car is smooth and tight as a newly restored 911 should. After the restoration the car has been driven along side the West Coast with no issues. The car is a turn-key and ready to be enjoyed for many years to come. The entire restoration has been documented with may hundreds of records, 4,696 pictures and a Certificate of Authenticity. All of these documents will be available to the new owner. Please feel free to ask any and all questions.

    $150,000 OBO
    Freddie, it's all about your initial post, I hope you understand that part of it. Your car shows fantastically well and is probably restored to a very high standard, but all your claims just can't be backed up just based on the pictures you posted of the car.

    Moito is probably the wrong guy to challenge on originality. Or you may try your luck with Karim. Dress warmly.

    helpful link: http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...ighlight=gauge and I may have a fuel gauge in my stash for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FHernand View Post
    Mojito from down under, let me shut you up also and stomp on your pride a little if I may. I will extend my challenge to you as I have to Julie. What’s more, both you and Julie can join forces. Let’s see how well you both know your way around Porches. Do you really know them as you claim? My car awaits you! Talk is cheap on this forum. Can you put out a perfect restoration? Mojito from down under, many are reading this thread with great interest to see if you can put your skills into action.
    well i prefere working on my own..and yes this challenge would be really tempting...but there is several reasons why i cant`t do this.
    i`m booked for the next years with 911 restorations.
    i don`t know anything about 911 engines and transmissions (which i never claimed)and i don`t have the motivation to learn this.so i would need to find someone doing this job perfect.
    i don`t have the money to pre-finance such a project..just bought a house in one of(like geographical illiterates call it)down unders ,most expensive cities..(if it is only dyslexia we have something in common)
    to restore a 911 to perfect condition usually costs way more than it is worth at the end...in this special case i would certainly think 3 or 4 times about every detail and not only twice...and even with winning your car it could turn out to be a financial desaster.(who knows what your resto will be worth at the end..)
    i`m sure there is some more reasons like my dong is smaller ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ky8G17cNNkk )than yours(but certainly harder) or my pride is not as pronounced as yours etc.etc..


    off topic:
    where is the webasto?
    and what happened to the fuel tank?

    have a few more details for you
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    My game..saving Porsches FHernand's Avatar
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    Mojito from down under, your words are cheap. If you were as cavalier to photoshop my true picture, I wonder what you do to your own restored cars. You appear to be well versed in the hobby. My car is not perfect and never have I claimed such on this car or any other. Sorry Mojito you poked on the wrong bear.
    VINTAGE SPORTSCAR RESTORATIONS INC.
    www.vsrestorations.com
    Phoenix OREGON
    Freddie Hernandez
    freddie@vsrestorations.com
    (541) 535-3304
    www.facebook.com/VintageSportscarRestorations

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    Freddie, please insult Moito correctly. He's from AUSTRIA, not Australia. Or perhaps that is the insult. I'm not well versed in international barbs.

    Please continue...
    Bill G.

    1968 911 Ossi Blue coupe...full restoration in process
    Done: Engine; transmission; gauges; wheels
    In progress: remaining rust repair (@J3); electrical; the tedious, endless, horrible fastener sorting/plating
    Up next: suspension; brakes
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    Austria is where the Porsche car comes from. Gmund Karnten. I would love to ski there one day; perhaps see the Hahnenkhamm-Rennen. The Streif.
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