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  1. #511
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    The 69S has great potential. Need trunk and more interior pics though
    DD: 2008 Aston Matin V8 Vantage (manual)
    Wife's: 2020 Cayenne (white - black/red)
    2008 Porsche GT3-RS (modified)
    1978 Porsche 930 (heavily modified)
    1967 Porsche 911S outlaw (sold)

  2. #512
    https://suchen.mobile.de/fahrzeuge/d...3-b763d183293d
    My car is now officially for sale.
    Asking price is 92.500€
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    3 year restoration with 1250 hours of work (2015 -> 2018) done by Provost Porsche / Sport Classic.
    The car was fully stripped, shell was sandblasted and put on a rotisserie to make it as new as possible. All rust was repaired at the highest standard, all seams were extra welded to make everything stiffer.
    All wear items like bushes, bearings, seals, fuel pump, starter, brake discs etc were replaced with oem or high quality ones.
    The car has done more or less 6000 flawless kilometers since the restoration.
    Last month the car did go the technical inspection with zero remarks.

    Over 130.000€ was invested without the donor car.
    + 200 pictures of the restoration and all invoices are present.

    Detailed info:
    Outside
    • Painted in gorgeous Viper Green with Glasurit
    • Sandblasted, 110% rust free and reinforced
    • Non sunroof car
    • H4 headlights
    • Steel original front S bumper
    • Original S trim
    • 7j ET23 Fuchs black matt heart with Yokohama A052 195/50 205/50 R16
    • Extra set Fuchs deep 7R ET47 with Continental 195/65 205/60 R15
    Engine, suspension etc..
    • 3.2 engine
    • 915 transmission
    • Starter 1.5hp (P17940)
    • Oil tank (P14846)
    • Oil cooler front right (P30930)
    • SSI exhaust & heat exchangers package
    • FVD mass air flow meter performance kit
    • 3.2 torsion front and rear
    • Bilstein suspension
    • Turbo Tie rods
    • Supporting mounts (P15374)
    • Master cylinder 23mm
    • Kit to remove aluminium front calipers and fit discs 24mm (P111820)

    Interior
    • Oem carpet kit
    • Momo Prototipo steering wheel
    • RS door cards with houndstooth pulls
    • Period correct LeMans seats with houndstooth fabric

  3. #513
    Love the Viper Green !

    Quote Originally Posted by Delanobe View Post
    Hello,

    I have a fresh restored 1969 outlaw that "could" be for sale.
    Car was fully stripped, sandblasted etc..

    You can find more pictures in my thread:

    https://www.early911sregistry.org/fo...little-Hot-Rod

    Attachment 533417

  4. #514

    FS: @dreikommazwei GmbH - 2.7L 911 Carrera RS Replica

    Claim real '73 2.7L RS engine and gearbox.
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    dreikommazwei GmbH, Carl-Benz-Strasse 1 - 5, 82266 Inning am Ammersee, Germany
    1973 Porsche 911S Coupe - Carrera RS Replica
    VIN: -
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Blue Metallic/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 81,000km (claimed)
    Price: €169,000/~US$200,000

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    Dealer Description:

    - First registration March 29, 1973 in Italy national version
    - This car was delivered in March 1973 in Italy as the 911 2.4S Coupe.
    - Over the years, it is assumed that 1981, the car was very professionally provided with the wider fenders.
    - An original Carrera 2.7 RS engine and transmission were installed, as was the original 100ltr. plastic tank.
    - Except for small, but not visible details on the body, this vehicle with engine and transmission, brakes, tank, rims and original sports seats corresponds exactly to the specifications of a Carrera RS 2.7.
    - Our research has shown that the engine comes from a Swiss 1973 911 Carrera RS 2.7.
    - The gearbox from an Italian 911 Carrera RS 2.7.
    - The car is delivered from the factory in this color, it is called blue metallic.
    - It was repainted 5 years ago, and photo documentation is available.
    - It didn't have to be restored as it was driven in the mild southern Italian climate.
    - Engine and gearbox are optically and technically in very good condition, there is no evidence of a previous restoration.
    - We found this a very rare opportunity to drive a Carrera RS 2.7 for the price of a 2.4S Coupé.
    - The condition is excellent inside and out.

    Color combination and equipment ex works:
    - Blue metallic (124)
    - Black synthetic leather - seat centers in fabric
    - Recaro sports seats left/right (409)
    - Tinted all-round glazing (568)
    Doug Dill

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

  5. #515
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    For $200,000...they did not bother to match the front signal lenses
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    ESR # 2300

  6. #516
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    I have noticed for the past 3 months or so, that prices in Europe are quite a bit higher than those in the US. Especially on very well done builds. Trend?
    DD: 2008 Aston Matin V8 Vantage (manual)
    Wife's: 2020 Cayenne (white - black/red)
    2008 Porsche GT3-RS (modified)
    1978 Porsche 930 (heavily modified)
    1967 Porsche 911S outlaw (sold)

  7. #517
    Quote Originally Posted by mrm930 View Post
    I have noticed for the past 3 months or so, that prices in Europe are quite a bit higher than those in the US. Especially on very well done builds. Trend?
    Over the long term, prices in Europe have generally been higher, hence the greater number of U.S. early 911's heading back to Europe over the years.
    Doug Dill

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

  8. #518
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    Anyone know the details about this car? It currently is on pelican. It was listed for sale awhile ago, but its back again. Not many pics on the car. I am currently looking for a 65-73 outlaw that is finished or needs a bit of work. I have an issue with light yellow, but that could be changed.

    http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsc...e-hot-rod.html
    UPDATED 1972 Porsche 911T Coupe “Hot Rod”
    VIN 911210XXXX
    Color: Light Yellow 117
    Interior: Black

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    DD: 2008 Aston Matin V8 Vantage (manual)
    Wife's: 2020 Cayenne (white - black/red)
    2008 Porsche GT3-RS (modified)
    1978 Porsche 930 (heavily modified)
    1967 Porsche 911S outlaw (sold)

  9. #519
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    Location
    Palm Coast, FL.
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    I know of a ‘73 Coupe with fresh 3.2 and 915 transmission here in central Florida available for a new guardian.
    ESR # 2300

  10. #520
    Price is lowered now at 84.995€.

    Grab a bargain.

    Quote Originally Posted by Delanobe View Post
    https://suchen.mobile.de/fahrzeuge/d...3-b763d183293d
    My car is now officially for sale.
    Asking price is 92.500€
    Name:  Mike 4.JPG
Views: 572
Size:  124.6 KB
    3 year restoration with 1250 hours of work (2015 -> 2018) done by Provost Porsche / Sport Classic.
    The car was fully stripped, shell was sandblasted and put on a rotisserie to make it as new as possible. All rust was repaired at the highest standard, all seams were extra welded to make everything stiffer.
    All wear items like bushes, bearings, seals, fuel pump, starter, brake discs etc were replaced with oem or high quality ones.
    The car has done more or less 6000 flawless kilometers since the restoration.
    Last month the car did go the technical inspection with zero remarks.

    Over 130.000€ was invested without the donor car.
    + 200 pictures of the restoration and all invoices are present.

    Detailed info:
    Outside
    • Painted in gorgeous Viper Green with Glasurit
    • Sandblasted, 110% rust free and reinforced
    • Non sunroof car
    • H4 headlights
    • Steel original front S bumper
    • Original S trim
    • 7j ET23 Fuchs black matt heart with Yokohama A052 195/50 205/50 R16
    • Extra set Fuchs deep 7R ET47 with Continental 195/65 205/60 R15
    Engine, suspension etc..
    • 3.2 engine
    • 915 transmission
    • Starter 1.5hp (P17940)
    • Oil tank (P14846)
    • Oil cooler front right (P30930)
    • SSI exhaust & heat exchangers package
    • FVD mass air flow meter performance kit
    • 3.2 torsion front and rear
    • Bilstein suspension
    • Turbo Tie rods
    • Supporting mounts (P15374)
    • Master cylinder 23mm
    • Kit to remove aluminium front calipers and fit discs 24mm (P111820)

    Interior
    • Oem carpet kit
    • Momo Prototipo steering wheel
    • RS door cards with houndstooth pulls
    • Period correct LeMans seats with houndstooth fabric

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