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Thread: Buyer beware 1969 911e 119200370

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    Bid to $27,000 & did not meet reserve.
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    @metavinyl It would appear that the word got out on BaT. There were few bidders and the reserve was not met. Every 911 has a story, and this car's suspicious story is out there for the world to see.

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    Probably should watch for it to show up on P-Car next...
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    Hey Arne,

    Does P-Car have such a bad reputation? I've never checked it out until a few weeks ago. Pretty small but found deal-tank to be an interesting concept. What do you guys think about the site?
    Mike, member #841

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    Much discussion on this site in the Rennlist 993 Forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike66 View Post
    Does P-Car have such a bad reputation?
    In a word, yes.
    Chuck made me delete my signature. Care to explain why, Chuck? Lots of people asking.

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    Ooops, thanks for the warning guys. Hope the white 356B that I have bought 3 weeks ago on P-Car won't be such a disappointment... It looked pretty good (I know, it's always a risk to buy cars without seeing/inspecting them in person) and the price was really right, I guess (or hope) there are good cars on that site as well. We'll definitley find out once it arrives over here in Switzerland. I will let you know :-)
    Mike, member #841

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    I always get a kick out of those saying the E is faster than the S. LoL.

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    1/4 Mile Stats from March 1969 C/D Magazine Road Test:
    912: (which was 110 to 190 lbs lighter than any of the 6-cylinder models) 18.2 seconds at 77 mph.
    911T: 15.8 seconds at 84 mph.
    911E: 15.3 seconds at 88 mph.
    911S: 15.1 seconds at 91 mph.

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    Doug Dill

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    You should post the C&D '72/2.4L test
    "E" was quicker 0-60 and 1/4 mile than the "S"

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