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  1. #1751
    Senior Member Haasman's Avatar
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    The asking price is $349,000
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    70 914-6 #9140431874
    73 911s #9113300709

  2. #1752

    Advertising Smoke

    "Porsche Parade National Champion 911 S 2.7 Liter Six 5 Speed Sunroof"

    It was not the Manhattan Trophy car. That would have been the best of everything there.

    Probably won it's class. From a collector standpoint a modified car is tainted and half of ask is more like it.

    This photo is of the Manhattan Trophy winning car which has been discussed here. It's a car I had the pleasure of going over in person and represents one of the best I've ever seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimxyz View Post
    1973 S at RK Motors in NC $349,000
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    http://www.rkmotorscharlotte.com/sal...911%20S/135991

    SUMMARY

    Original 2.4 liter flat 6-cylinder / Overbored to 2.7 liters
    Original 5-speed manual transaxle
    Original AC car that’s been upgraded with Classic Auto Air conditioning
    Correct Porsche Metallic Silver paint / RS fender flares
    Correct 15-inch Fuchs alloy wheels
    Correct Black vinyl interior
    Correct 4-wheel disc brakes
    Winner of the 1977 Porsche Club of America Porsche Parade
    Featured in the June 1995 edition of Excellence Magazine / Magazine feature included with sale
    Sale includes: Original Odometer Mileage Statement / Service records / A partial ownership history / Historical photographs
    349k? Must be a typo. So much wrong here don't even know where to begin. Full repaint but they didn't lose the RS flares? Amazing.
    Did I miss the CoA in the photo gallery? And whose idea was it to install aftermarket A/C?

    If this car was done as a "spec", someone mismanaged the project in a big way.

    At 349 at least you get their "Seal of Approval".

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    At 349 at least you get their "Seal of Approval".
    Made me laugh. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by sithot View Post
    "Porsche Parade National Champion 911 S 2.7 Liter Six 5 Speed Sunroof"

    It was not the Manhattan Trophy car. That would have been the best of everything there.

    Probably won it's class. From a collector standpoint a modified car is tainted and half of ask is more like it.

    This photo is of the Manhattan Trophy winning car which has been discussed here. It's a car I had the pleasure of going over in person and represents one of the best I've ever seen.
    Beautiful car. Can anybody tell me what colour that car is in post # 1752 please?

  6. #1756

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    This was my friend Robin Depry's old car (for awhile, when it won) he said it was a 'special order' color Grey-Beige Metallic, then he said it was almost identical to the '60's GM Cadillac color Palomino Metallic:
    https://www.uniquecarsandparts.com.a..._cadillac_1964
    Check out #47....

    There is a thread on this car here:
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...t=paint+sample

    Hope this helps,
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimxyz View Post
    I finally figured out what a "sympathetic restoration" is!

    It has nothing to do with the restoration process; the sympathy is extended to the sucker who falls for a huckster's wares.


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    1970 Porsche 911S Targa at BHCC

    Can anyone capture the VIN?

    https://www.beverlyhillscarclub.com/...rga-c-6587.htm
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  9. #1759
    "Extremely desirable and sought after. Same owner for many years. Mechanically sound. For $76,500"


    The Titanic was "mechanically sound" but not structurally sound. Anyone smell iron oxide?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa View Post
    It should be 9110310273, engine 6301012. Non-matching.

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