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  1. #11

    here a nice one!

    http://www.blackhawkcollection.com/i...&tab=inventory


    This is my idea of stunning! but I almost couldn't finish the conversation after he told me the asking price...$160,000. That is not a misprint. A wishy washy explanation of how he arrived at that number amounted to there aren't many around like it ( and he thinks it's a repaint because it's so perfect). I like my old T more and more each day and I have a set of sport seats to restore like these.

    Daron

  2. #12
    mine is going to the next Christie's auction for $280,000. Yes I will make sure it has plenty of "barn" dust and a set of 30 yr. old tires.
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  3. #13

    71 911E in PNW

    Says located in N. Portland, I think this was Earl Greene's car a while back. I'm sure the Oregon guys could tell you more.

    Not sure if it still available though... I had a car very similar to this pass me after roaring westbound through the I-90 tunnel into Seattle this evening, I was pleased to see a 911 was causing all the commotion! Don't remember OR plates and I didn't recognize the driver, but he had a huge grin and was turning around to head east again when I lost sight of him!

    http://seattle.craigslist.org/see/car/371712321.html
    Brad Anderson
    911 1970 einspritzung Karmann coupe 0012

    Some kind of happiness is measured out in miles

  4. #14

    Nice 72E

    Im a former Early S Junkie trying to get back in the game...but I see the prices have gone up drastically in the last 5 years. Now it seems I even consider E's and T's....sadly...since Ive had 4 beautiful S cars in the past.

    However, ran across this nice car..if one has $65K to spend.

    http://www.classicshowcase.com/P72-522-Details.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by NiceT
    http://www.blackhawkcollection.com/i...&tab=inventory


    This is my idea of stunning! but I almost couldn't finish the conversation after he told me the asking price...$160,000. That is not a misprint. A wishy washy explanation of how he arrived at that number amounted to there aren't many around like it ( and he thinks it's a repaint because it's so perfect). I like my old T more and more each day and I have a set of sport seats to restore like these.

    Daron
    Shouldn't the door sill plate be aluminum instead of rubber? Looks brand new.
    Neil
    '73 911S targa

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    The guys at Blackhawk must be smoking F'n crack!!!!!!!!!!

    I'd rather by an average '73 rs for that coin!!

  7. #17

    Waste of $$$

    Quote Originally Posted by SyarMotorsport
    Im a former Early S Junkie trying to get back in the game...but I see the prices have gone up drastically in the last 5 years. Now it seems I even consider E's and T's....sadly...since Ive had 4 beautiful S cars in the past.

    However, ran across this nice car..if one has $65K to spend.

    http://www.classicshowcase.com/P72-522-Details.htm

    They haven't been able to sell that car for a few months now for a reason
    J-P
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    Here is a 1969e converted to 1970s
    http://home.comcast.net/wsb-cgi-bin/...SiteID=1285802
    Regards Peter
    S Registry #1445

    1970 911 FIA racecar pastel blue
    1971 911s (sunroof) black
    1974 911 3.2 RS tribute aga blue

  10. #20

    Rust free, great driving '69 E for sale in Ohio-$18,900

    This could be the best early 911E value available today. This original California car is completely rust free and original. Originally Irish Green, it was changed to Gemini Blue several years ago. The paint is presentable but has faded some and does have some stone chips. The fuel injected engine fires right up and it is an absolute blast to drive. Brakes and tires are great. This is a non-sunroof car with polished Fuchs. Priced well below a climbing market at $18,900 and extremely hard to find this original and rust-free. Call me with any questions and to arrange a personal inspection.

    Myron
    330-495-7313

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