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    new 65

    recently bought this 1965 911 , 56K MILES pretty original except rocker stripes , sunroof, leather , travel lit, tool kit etc etc
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    Welcome to the forum. 65, 69S, keep on rollin

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    Wow. 56k miles?! Congrats
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    Very nice; I'd like to know more about this one for my database please.
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    Congrats. I'm jealous beyond words.
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    that looks like tim bakers car
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    Yes it was Bakers car after 3 years of dogging him he finally sold it , my other 65 won the Amelia Cup and was Judges choice at Parade a couple of years ago and I needed a retirement challenge so made an offer , I was attracrted to it because it had a ton of acessories , ie elect sunroof , travel kit, FULL leather , head rests , special amp gauge , ski rack, tinted glass , talbot mirrors , elevated drivers seat .
    I eventually sold the other 65 for well over 200K and it now resides in Portugal , that leaves me with this 65 , two 65 race cars including the Pickett/Gregg car and a Bali Blue 65 .
    I nixed the rocker stripes ( 1968 era) and restuffed the seats , rebuilt the solexes , etc should be done soon

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    Great Car, well done!
    911 S 1967 and ...

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    That is what I was told , records seem to substanciate it , The other car I recently picked up also had similar milage , a 1969S , stored for 30 years , had not run for at least ten , but engine was a mess , running now after 2300 dollar rebuild of fuel pump

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    Thanks a 67S is pretty darn cool , I recently hesitated and lost one , but I did get the 69S and the 73 RS , had the seek my 65 and 68S to get them

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