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    FS: @RM Sotheby’s - 1964 300082 Estimate 600-800.000 Eur

    If its a double post sorry.

    What you think of 300 082 RM is selling at there Paris Auction next week.

    Details https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/p...reutter/737268

    You can imagine, I’m really looking forward to the tesult ;-)

    Lets see...
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    OK thanks, so there is no „own“ thread for the car, but I think it deserves one.

    Looking forward to some comments.

    Long time ago that a 64 was auctioned.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 67er911S View Post
    OK thanks, so there is no „own“ thread for the car, but I think it deserves one.

    Looking forward to some comments.

    Long time ago that a 64 was auctioned.
    Whatever was the outcome of the one listed in the "Monaco" auction last Fall? 64 911 prices are really hard to pin down and seem to vary with numbering -- even within the 'first 232.' Any recent sales of 901s?
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    Shouldn't the seats' center have 6 pleats instead of 5?

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    6 pipe seats:
    the last 911 with these seats i have read of was #982, off the line on 20.april 1965
    59 750 pre unit triton
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    300082: Fugget ‘bout seats... how do you miss on such an important detail like an eng lid grill?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    300082: how do you miss on such an important detail like an eng lid grill?
    Frank, you came to mind when I saw this post yesterday. Rare parts like raised grills may now be entering the Uber Seriously category !!!
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    all i can say is that the owners declared target (to do the best 64 resto)was by far not reached...i did not expect this..... my head is still shaking

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    That's the issue with these early 64 cars, they've all been restored and often over-restored, I've yet to see one in its original soul.

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