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Thread: FS: @CL - 1970 911T - Niagara Falls

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    FS: @CL - 1970 911T - Niagara Falls

    Found this listing on Craigslist in Buffalo. Car is not mine, nor do I know the seller.

    To me, this car is incredibly beautiful. Thought I would share it with the forum.

    I had the same color car years ago. Bought in '95 for $4K. Put $3K into it and drove it a few years. Sold in '99 for $9K - Wish I had it back. Of course, my car was never as nice as this one.

    Just thought this group would like to see this one for sale.


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    For the Record . . .
    Craig's List > buffalo > for sale > cars & trucks - by owner
    1970 Porsche 2.2L 911T Coupe
    VIN: 9110100416
    Engine: 6101032
    Trans: -
    Color: Metallic Blue/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 17,444 (claimed)
    Price: US$99,500

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    Doug Dill

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    Instagram Model Frank Beck's Avatar
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    Looks like a nice car. Not sure I understand why he would advertise in the ghetto.

    Seller is confused on his motor; "S" valves were no different than T valves in 2.2-2.7 heads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Not sure I understand why he would advertise in the ghetto.
    When I see cars advertised in this section of N.Y. I think there is a chance the car is on the other side of the border in Canada.
    Last edited by nickb4; 02-15-2019 at 07:03 AM.

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    Senior Member Fubawu's Avatar
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    yup that's a Canadian car.
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    Senior Member tcsracing1's Avatar
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    Somewhere in a galaxy far, far away....
    100k is a nice price for that car. Hard to build them for that.
    If it were CDN money, then it is a really sweet deal.
    Looking For 1969T Engine #6195922
    Looking For 1969T Transmission #7194313

    Looking for 1969T Transmission #7195495

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    Now for sale on Pelican for $76k. This looks like a really nice car

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    If properly restored and PPI is good, do you guys think this is a good buy?

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    Senior Member 72targa's Avatar
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    SF/Bay Area, CA
    Too late...sold...
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    The car seemed nice but not correctly restored to original. The steering wheel leather re-wrap was poorly done, the dashboard either has a cheap dash cap or an incorrect replacement dash (no speaker cut-out), and the turn signals are Italian, not Swiss (assuming the car was originally delivered in Switzerland). The Fuchs are polished and not restored to their correct anodized finish. No underside pics, and no docs confirming the rebuild work that the seller said was down to the engine. These are only observations after flipping over the pics for 30 seconds. If the engine rebuild is documented, and the underside is clean and original, then the car was a good buy for $76k...

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