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    66 sunroof coupe. Whats it worth?

    Not sure where market is on these things.
    Looking at a complete 1966 sunroof coupe. Project.
    Documented owner history. Fairly solid body. Minimal to no rust. Stored inside.

    What is a rolling project worth on the low side and on the high side?
    I am think about restoring it.
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    All matching 100K and maybe 125K if good color.
    SWB Sunroofs are rare. Check the Kardex to make sure.
    I've seen many retrofitted with SR's

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    60-80k for a non runner in current market i would say. 125k when it is all done.

    ~J~
    air cooled only

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jules Dielen View Post
    60-80k for a non runner in current market i would say. 125k when it is all done.
    You don't mean $125k for a 66 sunroof restored, do you? I'll take several at that price.

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    If you call it a '65 add $100k.

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    Why restore a car like that?
    1966 911 #304065 Irischgruen

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    Quote Originally Posted by 304065 View Post
    Why restore a car like that?
    It has been parked for so long that it needs everything.
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    Parked outside?
    Porsche 935 DP1 Zirkelbach
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    Porsche 911, 1971
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    Quote Originally Posted by jesseandersson View Post
    Parked outside?
    parked inside since the 1980's
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    bought it.

    thanks fellas!
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