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Thread: FS: @eBay - Porsche 912 prototype $895K

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    Senior Member eaton's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by John912 View Post
    I like the prototype ride height
    Maybe he's going for the "gasser" look.
    '66 912 with a 2.2
    '62 Lotus Seven S2
    '66 Lotus Elan
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  2. #12
    Always Easy to separate a Fool from his $$$.

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    No Doubt. I took a good look at the car at Mecum... Just a run of the mill early 912. Nothing Prototype about it.... Decent restoration... A $75k car Max.... Seller should have taken the $290k
    1965 911 Factory Paint to Sample Orange
    1967 911S Bahama Yellow
    1968 911 S Blood Orange
    1971 911S Gold Metallic Peter Gregg
    1974 Carrera RS Blue Metallic
    1991 Turbo Hotrod Brumos

  4. #14
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    Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    Mecum allows for house bidding up the the reserve (as do many other auction houses) so the no sale bid amount is not always indicative of real world money on the car. It is quite possible the owner did not take the $290k cause the chandelier did not have the cash.

    Gary Cox
    Baton Rouge, Louisiana USA

    1958 356A Speedster, Silver/Black
    1967 912, Aga Blue/Black
    1968 911, Silver/Red
    2012 Boxster Spyder, Black/Black
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