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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Cool car... as it should be for that kind of dough.

    Are the rear seat belt receptacles mounted in front for XXX Large driver and passenger?
    Frank, as always, good observer ;-)
    The seats were put in there temporarely for the photo shoot, they are 73S seats and will be replaced by the correct 69S seats as soon as we get them back from Autos International.
    Per request of the previous owner, he kept the Recaros sport seats that were in the car so we are now restoring the original seats with correct head rests and mount them in the car soon and address the seat belts as well. The sport seats were not on the COA so I didn't have a problem with his choice.
    Cheers.

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    Love the car Henk.

    Tangerine...
    2.0... (corrected!)
    Original sound pad (impossible to find)...
    Hole in the roof...

    Will make a very collectible car for someone.

    Best of luck with finding it a new home.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Love the car Henk.

    Tangerine...
    2.2...
    Original sound pad (impossible to find)...
    Hole in the roof...

    Will make a very collectible car for someone.

    Best of luck with finding it a new home.
    Thanks Frank!
    Btw, (must be typo on your end) it is a 2.0 which I know for sure since I was able to find original new 2.0 S pistons and cylinders for that engine last year!
    LOL

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    '68 911L Targa Sea Green
    '66 Volvo 123GT
    '62 Volvo P1800

  4. #1084
    I like the car. A lot! However that dash is way off. Maybe it is just for photos. Maybe it is my computer. But for 285Gs, that dash looks bad. Puffy, huge defroster openings and the speaker grill holes were not done with a template.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve shea View Post
    I like the car. A lot! However that dash is way off. Maybe it is just for photos. Maybe it is my computer. But for 285Gs, that dash looks bad. Puffy, huge defroster openings and the speaker grill holes were not done with a template.
    Steve, thanks for pointing it out, you are right but indeed the photo brings it out more than it is for real.
    The dash was recovered by AutosInternational, and while they always do great work this one isn't their best.
    I consider replacing it, in particular since new ones are available now.

    Henk.
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    '68 911L Targa Sea Green
    '66 Volvo 123GT
    '62 Volvo P1800

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    Yes Henk I am sure you spotted this as well. With a new dash the car should sell with no issues. Looks beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carparc View Post
    .... since I was able to find original new 2.0 S pistons and cylinders for that engine last year!
    Henk.
    Hi Henk,
    Out of curiosity, where did you find these and what did you go with
    Thanks and beautiful car

    Bryce
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  8. #1088

    FS: @Gooding&Company Amelia Island 2015 - 1973 2.4L 911S Coupe

    Gooding & Company Auction, Amelia Island 2015, 11:00am March 13, 2015
    1973 2.4L 911S Coupe, Lot 014
    VIN: 9113301122
    Engine: ?
    Trans: ?
    Mileage: 40,839 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: US$250,000 - $325,000 | Without Reserve
    Sold for: US$275,000



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    Auction Description:

    PROVENANCE
    William McCune, Massachusetts (acquired new in April 1973)
    Ted and Louise Theodores, Sudbury, Massachusetts (acquired from the above in February 1982)
    Current Owner (acquired from the above in June 1983)

    Having benefited from the attentive care and ownership of just three Porsche enthusiasts – all associated with the Polaroid Corporation – this very special 1973 Porsche 911 2.4 S coupe has spent its entire life to date in Massachusetts and has seen only fair-weather use in its current 32-year ownership. A special-order example, it remains unrestored and maintains its factory-specified Bahia Red (Code 13) paint and black leatherette interior, much of which is thought by the consignor to be original. Excellent options include a Blaupunkt radio, electric sunroof, full tinted glass, and leather Recaro sport seats. William McCune, a former Polaroid Corporation president, ordered and purchased this 911 S, and as was his custom, he took delivery at the Porsche factory in Stuttgart. He retained the Porsche until 1983, driving it only sparingly after 1979. The next titled owner was Louise Theodores, who in turn sold the 911 S to the consignor in June 1983 at 25,275 documented miles. At the time of cataloguing, less than 41,000 miles have been traveled.
    Always fastidiously maintained and offered in exceptional, largely original condition, this 1973 Porsche 911 2.4 S remains unrestored and truly remarkable in presentation, most recently benefiting from maintenance by Stephen Duhamel of NWIB Enterprises in Hanover, Massachusetts. Accompanied by a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, the vehicle is complete with the original manuals and partial tool kit, along with a fascinating dossier containing prior title documents, past appraisal letters, ownership history, and a summary of the comprehensive mechanical work performed most recently. As offered, this very well-presented 1973 Porsche 911 S remains a truly outstanding example of the ultimate early 911 road car.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 03-16-2015 at 11:24 AM. Reason: Added sold for price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
    ... and leather Recaro sport seats.
    I think those are the most outstandingly patinated original sports seats I have ever seen. I would want to spend a long time getting better acquainted with those puppies!
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    Beautiful car Doug.

    It's a great moment in time, April 73, the car shows some interesting details if you believe it to be original. The fan strap, the shell sticker, the winged fuse cover fasteners. It would be very interesting to see if the aluminium vin plate and the fan housing sticker have 'AG' or 'KG'. The seats look leather and as such would have the matching 'D' shaped leather headrests as pictured. Bahia red is such a great underrated colour. Thanks for posting the pictures.

    Regards
    Mike

    Edit. I see the seats are leather in the description.
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