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    Simply amazing the influence a particular color would have . . .

    73S BaT 1.jpg
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
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    Score!

    . . . an un-hit, un-restored OG final-year 'S' --- in Lilac? . . . suffering from some poor storage?


    I didn't see this car in the metal --- but from the pics? . . . car looks wonderful

    OK-fine --- compared to some o' the prance-wagons people put together, sure . . . car needs everything --- but . . .

    . . . it sure looks like everything 's there. And un-'re-imagined', too. Pan looks fine --- nothing that a well-placed pull-hammer + a little schutz couldn't mend. And I love the part about the Tow Guy tearing-out the tow-bung in the front --- as in solid structure, there, ya think?. I mean, apart from the front bumper, this little plum looks to be un-hit --- + w/ OG paint (!), no-less. Even the interior looks intact

    Give it 3 years + determined finances + some judicious intervention by responsible parties = total touch-down


    IMO . . . For anyone who wanted to get into a full-on 'S' car for WAY less-than-'S' money? . . . ie. Cheapskate Site-lurkers . . .



    . . . this 's it



    Buyer --- take a bow, please . . .

    . . . you murdered it!





    . . . + really-really hope this Little Plum shows up here





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    Was it stored under water?? No thank you.
    1969 911S Targa
    1970 911S Coupe
    1973 911T w 3.2
    1972 Alfa GTV 2000

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    I guarantee the front pan needs to be replaced. I've removed many that look much better and are rusted inside. It wouldn't be safe to not replace the front pan. Bare metal resto for sure.
    72S, 72T now ST

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