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    Fast in, slow out Carl Bauer's Avatar
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    Biegegrau! My favorite way to balance out the Viper Green car in your collection. Also on Samba:

    http://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifie....php?id=728739
    Brad Larson
    67 Soft Window S - Polo Red
    00 Boxster S - Speed Yellow

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    So, could they take "worse" pics??????? For 89K you would think they would have at least moved out of the way of the metal pole...

    GREAT color...! One of my faves...

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    1971 911s Targa - Light Yellow

    Not Mine....looks nice.

    $69k & 92k Miles - w Rebuilt engine.

    http://www.motoringinvestments.com/MainPage.htm

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    '72 911S on the Samba

    It's now on Samba... I'm interested in this one and have sent the seller a request for more info. Is anyone familiar with the car?

    http://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifie....php?id=647650

    The rear panel is slightly curved, something I haven't seen. Is it an aftermarket piece? Thanks for any assistance!

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    VIN 9112301265, engine #6321812, and color 132-9-1 ivory

    Thanks Dave, the seller is Rich @ California Cars in Thousand Oaks. He provides the VIN 9112301265, engine #6321812, and color 132-9-1 ivory.
    I'm waiting for undertray and wheelwell photos, as welll as pics of apparent rust on bottom of passenger door and fender. Car is supposedly from Virginia.

    http://www.californiacars.com/cardb/details.php?id=397

    The rear panel is aftermarket fiberglass, and he believes paint to be original.
    Interior needs carpets, dash and detail, electric SR works fine. AC complete and functioning but needs service.
    Nice color combination, attractive for the climate here in Florida.

    Recommendations for a reputable service in that area to do an inspection would be great.
    I've been looking for a decent S, and looks like I missed the '68 w/2.7RS at Auto Kennel. If this is a solid car I'll be happy.

    Many thanks!
    Russell
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    '68 T Targa Sporto
    '70 914/6 GT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullethead View Post
    Thanks Dave, the seller is Rich @ California Cars in Thousand Oaks. He provides the VIN 9112301265, engine #6321812, and color 132-9-1 ivory.
    I'm waiting for undertray and wheelwell photos, as welll as pics of apparent rust on bottom of passenger door and fender. Car is supposedly from Virginia.

    http://www.californiacars.com/cardb/details.php?id=397

    The rear panel is aftermarket fiberglass, and he believes paint to be original.
    Interior needs carpets, dash and detail, electric SR works fine. AC complete and functioning but needs service.
    Nice color combination, attractive for the climate here in Florida.

    Recommendations for a reputable service in that area to do an inspection would be great.
    I've been looking for a decent S, and looks like I missed the '68 w/2.7RS at Auto Kennel. If this is a solid car I'll be happy.

    Many thanks!
    Russell
    Garage Mahal
    I've been to California Cars several times to check out their 911s that they have had for sale over the last year or so. I never saw one that I would buy from them, but that's not to say that this car couldn't be the exception. They are 10 minutes from my home.

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    Their ad says Factory air conditioning. Not so, the dashboard pieces is a VPC unit and there is no compressor on the engine.

    Regards, Brad

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    Interesting rear-end treatment...

    They have this '69 S for sale as well...

    http://www.californiacars.com/cardb/details.php?id=411
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