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Thread: 911S/911L Cars for Sale

  1. #11
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    "The Car That Inspired the Early 911S Registry"

    Here is an interesting and seemingly reasonably priced '73S Targa. I am sure the 'old timers' around here know this one.
    '73 Carrera RS #451
    '71 S coupe 'Patrick'

    R Gruppe #299
    Early S Reg. #404

  2. #12

    Not Much Out There..but ...70S $19k

    If anyone can help a true Early S phile get back into it- looking for an S Coupe that will go to a good home- NOT to an oversees reseller.

    EarlyS member since 98, I sold my last early car for a 993 widebody about 5 years back ..much to my new found dismay.

    Looks like we are left to sift through the 'basketcases' andTs.

    Anyway- something I ran across.. 70S Targa for 19k asking:

    not a bad T for about 15k obo...

    If you know of something nice- it would be appreciated.

  3. #13

    Rare Nice 70 S Rally Car- Big Bucks- $150k

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    Rancho Palos Verdes

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    67 "L" on Craigs
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    67 911S Sunroof at European Collectibles

    Scott Peterson
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    '75 911S 3.2 A/X & DE
    '02 996 Turbo - Wine Country Bomber
    '73 911T Targa *gone to Spain*

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by WLDRCR

    looks nice but why no green gauges as a 67? asking price is $85k

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    Goldmember ttweed's Avatar
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    That listing has been on that site for over a year now, and was discussed in this prior thread. It was restored here in San Diego by a fellow named Keith Newby. It's not perfect, but it's nice, nonetheless.

    Tom Tweed
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    Senior Member Soterik's Avatar
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    Seattle WA

    Actually the car was sold about a year + ago. They recently took it back in on trade on a C cab, it's been driven all of 200 miles in the last year or so. So the price wasn't just kicked up to $85K, they just got the car back is all.

    In regards to the gauges.... the car is really close to the tail end of the run. Perhaps Erich Wilms who has a later car can chime in on what his gauges look like.


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    Rancho Palos Verdes

    On the Samba

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