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Thread: FS: Collectable vintage racing helmet

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    1973 911 # 58 Francois Duval's Avatar
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    Dec 2003
    Montreal , Canada

    FS: Collectable vintage racing helmet

    this is a 1971 Bell RT racing helmet , The one my father Jacques Duval wore during this season when he won Daytona 24 hrs in his 914-6 GT ,
    He signed it and kept it all these years, Now available to a collector. All the interior foam lining has desintegrated . Only good for display.
    Asking $ 500 plus shipping , if it does not sell here, it will go to a museum.
    here are some pictures, thks
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    1970 911 T JEZEBEL Gone !!!
    1973 911 T Race car. Gone
    1984 911 Carrera ......!
    1973 914 2 liter Bahia red ...!
    membership # 2545

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    Jan 2014
    Le Mans, France
    Ho is the current owner of the car? It would make sense to own both the car and the helmet.

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