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Thread: FS: @eBay - How not to sell your '71 T !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne View Post
    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.
    That's madness if so

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    Serial old car rescuer Arne's Avatar
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    Reserve Not Met - Bid to $32.5k + $1625 fees is it had sold. Seems to me that's all the money and maybe then some for that car.
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    That thing is a nightmare terrible gaps no seals anywhere and sheet metal screws used everywhere. Run for the hills.
    Last edited by prez!; 03-05-2019 at 12:43 PM.


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    Just clicked on the eBay link at it is expired, but eBay graciously offered a similar early 911 to look at!
    Last edited by Chuck Miller; 03-05-2019 at 04:52 PM.
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    Yeah but... it takes more then 90 seconds to put them back in/on. And yes it has B.H.C.C. "tremendous potential".

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    32k would be a nice price for this project.

    Crystal Blue 71T would be beatuiful color long hood to drive or collect!
    LOOKING FOR 1967S TRANSMISSION #103586
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    Still on the PCA classifieds for $48,500. The pipe dream keeps going...

    https://www.pca.org/node/331310
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    Hi all. I was the high bidder on BaT for this car. After many negotiations with the owner and a PPI, I should take delivery of this car today. It will be taken to bare metal in/out, repairs re-repaired, and then put back to its original crystal blue — a color that I have fallen in love with since researching it. Goal is to get it back to original as much as possible (tub/body first, the rest over time).. Can anyone confirm whether the 5.5x15 pressure cast wheels listed on the CoA are Mahle or something else?

    Many thanks in advance,

    DR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roddzilla View Post
    Can anyone confirm whether the 5.5x15 pressure cast wheels listed on the CoA are Mahle or something else?DR
    Mahle Gas Burners
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
    Mahle Gas Burners
    Correct of course Mahle but many, most?, put on the iconic Porsche wheel introduced with the '67S: FUCHS !! Which we see "your" car has. Congrats ! Thanks.

    -Allen-

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