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  1. #1001
    Hi can somebody please tell me the current market price of a 73 S coupe fully restored to high level all #'s matching ? tku

  2. #1002
    Quote Originally Posted by nyc123 View Post
    Hi can somebody please tell me the current market price of a 73 S coupe fully restored to high level all #'s matching ? tku
    A range of ~$120,000 - $280,000. A reasonable good indicator is the Hagerty Insurance valuation tool at their website.
    http://www.hagerty.com/valuationtool...ort?vc=1232473
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

  3. #1003
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    On Ebay now, 1970 911S coupe said to have belonged to a Registry member. Couldn't find a result here for the VIN 9110300292

    Description:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Porsche-911-...-/281460806672

    Up for auction is this beautiful 1970 911S. This car has been part of a passionate early 911 enthusiast's private collection for some time. This, as is the case with all of his cars, is an excellent car with no "stories" or hidden defects. With the prices of these cars on a steep incline, many of these cars are being resurrected from wrecked, rusty or molested hulks. This car is 100% original metal and mechanicals. This car was just completely disassembled and repainted the proper color .The car hes been seldom driven for several years, but is completely running and sorted and ready for a new home. Should you wish to have original 6"x15" wheels as opposed to the 7" wheels, I can exchange them. Good luck bidding. DO NOT email offering to buy the car offline, or ask what the reserve is. Thank you.

    Porsche 1970 911S Coupe Chassis Number 9110300292

    In 1970 Porsche introduced the “C” series 911 S increasing the displacement to 2.2 litres, 180 HP @6,500 RPM. Porsche produced a limited production of the 1970 S coupe model with a total of only 1,430 examples making is car more rare than a 1973 RS Carrera. This 911S is an outstanding original example of the early “C” series S model. Just completed has been a total and through repaint of the original Light Yellow/62 paint. We could not find any evidence of rust on the entire car. The interior of the car is completely original including door panels, dash, carpets, headliner and glass with exception of the front windscreen. The only interior addition to the car from the Certificate of Authenticity are the factory sport seats. The original 6X15 Fuch alloys have been upgraded to period correct Fuch 7X15 alloy. Having purchased the car from a fellow Early 911 S Registry member the car has always been cared for in a most delicate manner. This car spent most of its life in California and then later in Florida in a Porsche collection in an environmentally control car building.
    COA Specs Issued from Porsche AG October 14, 2008
    1970 911 S Coupe
    Original Equipment:
    US Equipment
    Antenna Left, w/ Loudspeaker and
    Noise Suppression
    Comfort Equipment for 911S
    Tinted Glass All Around

    Engine Number/Type:
    6300459

    Transmission Number/Type:
    (not available from Porsche AG)

    Exterior Paint Color/Code
    Light Yellow/62

    Interior Material Color/Type
    Black Leatherette/11
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    Is this Raj's old car?

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  6. #1006
    Update to post #999 - Selling Price:
    FS: @Coys Auction - 1972 Porsche 911S 2.4L Targa
    Coys The Spirit of Motoring Auction, Ascot Racecource, UK, October 11, 2014
    1972 Porsche 911S 2.4L Targa
    VIN: 9112310517
    Auction Estimate: £75,000 - £90,000 (No Reserve) [~US$120k-145k]
    Sold at: £77,960 (~US$125,400)
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

  7. #1007

    FS: @G&S Motors - '67 911S Coupe

    Does this car appear anywhere else on this forum and anyone know the asking price? Seems very clean but not original (i.e.,engine, wheels).
    No affillation.
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    Offered at G&S Motors, Fletcher, NC.
    1967 Porsche SWB 2.0L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 305597
    Engine: 960094
    Trans: 103141 (901/02)
    Color: Irish Green 6606/Black
    Mileage: ?
    Price: ?











    Brief Seller Description:
    This is a very early (August 1966) build 911S in it’s original color combo.
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

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    Car appears to be in good company.

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    Asking $235k

    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
    Does this car appear anywhere else on this forum and anyone know the asking price? Seems very clean but not original (i.e.,engine, wheels).
    No affillation.
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    Offered at G&S Motors, Fletcher, NC.
    1967 Porsche SWB 2.0L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 305597
    Engine: 960094
    Trans: 103141 (901/02)
    Color: Irish Green 6606/Black
    Mileage: ?
    Price: ?











    Brief Seller Description:
    This is a very early (August 1966) build 911S in itís original color combo.

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    Incredible. And typical of a used car dealer.

    235k and they can't (won't) even spend a few bucks to get the engine bay in proper order.

    Do these peddlers not understand that issues like this will give buyers reason to question all aspects of the car?

    Check out the way the lic plate panel w/s was fitted.
    Warning! If I crap on you itís not on purpose.

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