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    Defender of the Normal John Fusco's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by gruen911 View Post
    Nice looking car Ennisk1. Those SWB sportseats and the steering batwing are nice extra original touches. I bet those front quarter windows come in handy in South Florida!
    That does look nice from here.

    Still be hotter than hell, esp. in traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oscillon View Post
    Now that it's sticky, may as well start filling it in.

    No association.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1967-...#ht_531wt_1182
    From the ad:

    1967 Porsche 911 Coupe
    VIN 308405
    Engine # 911930
    This 1967 911 Coupe was delivered new in Southern California and it still retains the original Black Plate with a current registration. It shows no signs of previous accident damage or any signs of rust. The only non-original body panel is the passenger door which is a factory replacement. Per the Porsche COA, the car was delivered with front and rear bumper horns, Recaro Sport Seats (very rare and a one year only style), Loudspeaker, 911S Oil Tank, and 911S Gauges. The original factory tool kit and shop manual is still with the car as is the early Blaupunkt radio. The five 15x6 Fuch Wheels are a later addition, but have a classic Porsche look.

    The body is in excellent condition. The car was color changed to red from the original Sand Biege. It was done professionally and thouroughly with no signs of the original color. All of the trim is in good to excellent condition. The pans are rust free with no signs of any corrosion or damage.

    The motor has just received a major service with the motor and gearbox removed from the car. In particular, new camshafts were installed, the cam chain tensioners were inspected, and the covers resealed. The Weber carbs were rebuilt and tuned, new plug wires, and new spark plugs were installed. The work was performed by Klub Sport Racing in Riviera Beach, FL.
    The car drives very well with no issues. The gearbox works as expected and has received new shifter bushings. The motor is dry, clean, and has no leaks. Overall, a wonderful example of a short wheelbase 911. Over the past two weeks I've driven it and have enjoyed the differences of an very early 911 versus later examples. This one is fine to enjoy as is or could be the platform for some minor modifications to enhance the experience.

    This is a numbers matching car verified with the Porsche COA.

    Offered for $69,500 or reasonable offers.
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    Just saw this 1966 Project on Ebay:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/PORSC...orcev4exp=true

    NO AFFILIATION!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carparc View Post
    Just saw this 1966 Project on Ebay:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/PORSC...orcev4exp=true

    NO AFFILIATION!

    Henk.
    A moment of silence....

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    Seller ID is appropriate. He may be going to heaven soon.

    ~J~
    air cooled only

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    "Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." - Dr. Seuss

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    I was forwarded this link today.

    '68 'normal' at Driver's Source in TX.

    Looks like poorly repaired t-bone collision, left side. Guestimating 5 lbs of Bondo or more. Anyone laid eyes on it?
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    Another project.

    WARNING: pics not for the faint of heart.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1968-...-/380558883892

    That's one way to have a "lightweight" car...
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    Better hope that "Jesus Loves You" if you walk into that minefield.
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