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  1. #1981
    Thank you George. You guys going to take a swipe at finishing the job?

  2. #1982
    Quote Originally Posted by doigthom View Post
    Thank you George. You guys going to take a swipe at finishing the job?
    We looked at the car for a customer in Germany, who decided to pass. Even though the car is rare, at the asking price or anything close, it's tough to make financial sense of the purchase. So much work still remains to be done, and much of the work that was done should probably be undone. If anyone know of an excellent 67S targa for sale, please let me know.

  3. #1983
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    i now own this car


    https://bringatrailer.com/listing/19...-911s-targa-4/

    i love it

    drives like a rocket

    i'm doing a little paint work and restoring the interior

    i am crazy about the color

    first post on here as well

    thanks y'all

    i paid a bit more than than that high bid

    which was mine by the way

    a bit bit more

  4. #1984
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    Quote Originally Posted by neelfryer View Post
    i now own this car


    https://bringatrailer.com/listing/19...-911s-targa-4/

    i love it

    drives like a rocket

    i'm doing a little paint work and restoring the interior

    i am crazy about the color ...
    Metallic gold is one crazy color. You'll have no trouble finding it!
    Jim Alton
    San Dimas, CA
    Early 911S Registry # 237

    1966 VW 21 Window Bus
    1965 Porsche 911 coupe
    1958 Porsche 356A cabriolet

  5. #1985
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    9111310020

    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
    1971 Porsche 911S Targa

    . . . VIN: 9111310020
    Engine: 6310022 (case replacement)
    Trans: -
    Color: Gold Metallic/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: ~96,000 (Indicated)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: NO SALE (Reserve Not Met - Highest Bid: US$72,777)


    BaT Description:

    This 1971 Porsche 911S Targa was reportedly used as a track car in California before being acquired by the previous owner in the mid-1980s when he was a teenager. He drove the car to ArtCenter College and raced it on Van Nuys Blvd. at night, though it was placed into garage-storage in 1994 after the clutch arm broke. The current owner acquired the car in 2013 and got it running, including a top-end rebuild. The engine displaces 2.8 liters and is equipped with a Carrera 3.2 crank and 90mm RS pistons. A repaint in the original Gold Metallic was also performed, and the carpet and targa top were replaced. This 911S was then invited to and shown at the 2014 Greystone Concours. It is now being offered on behalf of the current owner with a factory tool kit, owner’s manuals, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, and a clean California title.

    The car has been repainted in the factory Gold Metallic (88), and a set of RS flares were fitted by a prior owner when the car was being raced. The paint shows some polisher burns on the rear deck lid and front valence, as well as a small ding on the trunk and two chips on the driver-side flare. A paint flaw is present on top of the right rear quarter panel, and was caused by a wider set of Fuchs that are no longer fitted. The spot measures approximately 2″x4″, and the seller notes that the paint in the area remains smooth. Note the California sunset plates mounted front and rear.

    The current owner sourced a replacement targa top in better condition than the original item. The 7″ rear wheels are fitted with spacers, and the 6″ front Fuchs have been widened to 7″. Pirelli P6000 tires are fitted front and rear.

    The cabin is upholstered in black leatherette and features stock sport seats. The current owner fitted a set of brown carpets with black edging. Some cracks are present in the dash, and a nick is present in the front seat. The stock Blaupunkt stereo remains in place, as does the factory steering wheel. 96k miles are shown on the odometer, a few thousand of which have been added by the seller. Per the seller, the car does not appear to have been fitted with a cage during its period as a racer.

    Power comes from a modified flat-six based around a replacement 911S case sourced from Porsche in the 1970s. The engine was rebuilt as a 2.8L when the car was being raced with a Carrera 3.2 crankshaft, as well as 90mm RS pistons and cylinders. The current owner rebuilt the original heads after acquiring the car in 2013. The engine is equipped with a set of Weber 46 IDA carburetors, Turbo oil pump and stock 911S cams. The MFI hardware is included, and some remains on the engine. The 5-speed manual transaxle is equipped with a 1970s-vintage short shifter. The seller notes some moisture spots on the engine, transmission, and oil tank.

    The original case was destroyed early in the car’s life when the engine threw a rod. A replacement case was procured from Porsche and has been stamped with the original engine number (6310022) as shown above. The replacement case shows the correct 911/02 stamping for a 911S engine case. A front-mounted oil cooler was fitted by when the car was being raced and has since been removed. The resulting holes were repaired by the current owner. Additional undercarriage photos are provided.

    The battery was relocated to the smuggler’s box when the car was raced, and the current owner returned the car to dual batteries in the stock locations. A correct tool roll, jack, and a spare Fuchs wheel are included. The owner’s and radio manuals are included in a correct red vinyl sleeve. A Porsche Certificate of Authenticity is also include, showing the original colors and configuration. Some records are available since 2013 . . .
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    Nice car neelfryer. Enjoy :-)
    Karl_O'Donoghue RG: 421 E911SR: 792 GS: 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cal View Post
    . . . that's a lot of coin for something in this condition . . .
    Less coin, now . . .




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  8. #1988

    FS: @Porsche South Bay - 1972 911S Targa

    Most Porsche Classic Partner Dealerships usually don't list pricing for early 911s, so its nice to see prices posted for comparison.
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    Porsche South Bay, 14610 Hindry Avenue, Hawthorne, CA
    1972 Porsche 2.4L 911S Targa
    VIN: 9112310826
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Signal Yellow/Black
    Mileage: 69,977 (indicated)
    Price: US$159,911

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    Dealer Description:

    Recently out of long term storage a comprehensive mechanical service including a complete rebuild of the matching numbers engine was competed by renowned vintage Porsche specialists Honest Engine of Costa Mesa. The cost of services performed at Honest Engine and Porsche South Bay to bring this S back to road worthy condition totaled in excess of $29,000. The overall condition can best be described as driver quality with better than adequate paintwork and more importantly no evidence of prior rust or accident damage. The interior is updated with a pair of period Recaro Ideal Seats. The Targa top is in good condition. Period dealer installed AC is complete though currently inop. Otherwise this S is ready for your next Porsche event. Service Records, registration cards and cool memorabilia from the previous owners dating back to the late 80's are are also present. Here's your chance to own one of the most Iconic Porsche 911 models ever produced with some of the most desirable features found on any collector Porsche . The only year for the external oil fill in one of the rarest colors ever produced with documented history and extensive recent service by well known marque specialists.
    Doug Dill

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

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    Nice buying

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    Is this still for sale?

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