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    Serial old car rescuer Arne's Avatar
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    Ad on PCA gives first name as John. If you are a PCA member you can see the name and phone there.
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    If you go through the photos on the eBay ad there is a Certificate of Originaliy from Porsche where you can see the vendors name and address... also not a good thing to do...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobby Smith View Post
    This car looks vaguely familiar to me. Could someone share the sellers name? Perhaps just the first name?????
    The gentleman's name is John Hayden if I remember correctly.
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    Relisted again on eBay with a US$59,000 BIN price.

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    FS: @BaT - 1971 2.2L 911T Coupe

    Now on BaT . . . . I kinda feel sorry for this seller, shows lack of restoration knowledge or skills.
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    1971 Porsche 2.2L 911T Coupe, Lot #16797
    VIN: 9111102549
    Engine: 6118078
    Trans: 7710833
    Color: Metallic Blue(?) [originally Crystal Blue]/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 14,691 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: NO SALE (Bid to US$32,500 - Reserve Not Met - 03/05/19)

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    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 03-05-2019 at 10:54 AM. Reason: Added sold for price.
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    The exhaust tip is still on backwards and now you can REALLY see it !! Thanks.



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    Hi guys new to this place.
    I'm looking for a project car anyway - how would this compare to a unrestored one needing all the usual welding/tinwork - floors, sills, quarters panels etc.
    Would it be harder sort the issues on this out (if you are prepared to cut out 'previously restored' panels) than starting with an unrestored rust (bucket!!)?

    Going by his previous adds on ebay etc I'm not sure what the reserve is but if it is sold for $20kish its surely worth a punt?

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    Good start for breaking in a D9-D11.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPF View Post
    Hi guys new to this place.
    I'm looking for a project car anyway - how would this compare to a unrestored one needing all the usual welding/tinwork - floors, sills, quarters panels etc.
    Would it be harder sort the issues on this out (if you are prepared to cut out 'previously restored' panels) than starting with an unrestored rust (bucket!!)?

    Going by his previous adds on ebay etc I'm not sure what the reserve is but if it is sold for $20kish its surely worth a punt?
    Just a suggestion...you may get a better response by posting your question in General Info. Good luck on your quest...and welcome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JPF View Post
    Going by his previous adds on ebay etc I'm not sure what the reserve is but if it is sold for $20kish its surely worth a punt?
    He has been trying to sell it on PCA classifieds for several months. Ask there has ranged between $55-60k. Given that, I'be really surprised if the BaT reserve is less than $50k.
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