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  1. #21
    Here is a 1969e converted to 1970s
    Regards Peter
    S Registry #1445

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

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    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.


  3. #23

    71e F/s

    Anyone know this car? I'm suprised it hasn't been posted on this site.
    Stan Carley
    69 911S

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    Senior Member tfmcmahon's Avatar
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    Jul 2003

    look up two posts

    It is on this thread.I`m surprised it hasn`t sold when you look at who did the rebuild.
    Member:S Registry #864

  5. #25

    Real deal!

    I know this car quite well. It is really well sorted out and the performance is formidable. Earl Green was the previous owner. It has been to RGruppe. The three Oregon owners that I am familiar with all took exceedingly good care of this vehicle. Some stone chips on the hood and front bumper are the only real shortcomings that I can think of. These should be easily remedied. I personally think that it is a great buy. I have no interest in the sale of this vehicle, although I would love to see it stay in the beautiful PacWest!
    Howard Lazarus
    Early S Registry #357
    RGruppe #181
    1971 911S Conda Green, Factory Airport Gears
    1972 Corsican Rose Love Fest

  6. #26

    71E For sale..PNW

    Thanx for the plug Howard!

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  8. #28
    aka techweenie Eminence Gris's Avatar
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    West Los Angeles
    Here's a great example of an ad by someone who knows just enough to be dangerous.

    '73 E Targa

    Ebay #320191090706

    My parts fetcher: 2018 Chevy Volt | My 'other car' '04 Turbo | My project: 1972 911 hot rod

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    Senior Member 72targa's Avatar
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    69 911e porsche - $19000 - Las Vegas
    Peter Kane

    '72 911S Targa
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    Early 911S Registry #750
    1970 911E - The Good Stuff
    2001 Toyota Landcruiser

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