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    911 engine case sale

    Have the following cases and willing to discount on a bulk buy. (These would be "museum priced" if I were to sell separately.)

    Most of the sand cast alu and 3 of the mag cases are fresh and ready to go into service. Compliments of Ollie's.


    '70/'71 2.2 completely blank case. Fac replacement.
    '72/'73 911/53 2.4 no serial number. Fac replacement.

    6133279 '73 911T CIS
    6134222 '73 911T
    6120045 '72 911T
    6118116 ’71 911T
    6311963 '71 911S number on a 914-6 case. Very strange.
    6201000 '70 911E (Brand New engine from Porsche- never run. Used in "cam timing class" at PCNA in Reno.)
    6300961 ’70 911S
    6400583 '70 914-6
    6391866 '69 911S
    6390374 ’69 911S
    6198049 '69 911T
    4081449 '68 911S
    4081108 '68 911S
    3380189 '68 911 Sportomatic with emission control; there's a gold nugget!
    3280988 ’68 911
    3280077 '68 911 (Matches this car: http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...729#post459729
    3280170 ’68 911
    961802 '67 911S
    960657 '67 911S
    960561 ‘67 911S
    960083 ’67 911S Matches 305375S
    911734 '67 911
    911526 '67 911
    911228 ’67 911
    911011 ’67 911
    909594 '67 911
    909533 ’67 911
    909501 '67 911
    909026 '67 911
    907792 '66 911
    907081 '66 911
    903146 ’66 911
    902647 '65 911
    901034 '65 911
    900886 '65 911
    900696 '65 911
    900536 '65 911
    900213 '64 911
    900131 '64 911 (Matches 300033)

    $450k takes the whole lot.
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    Instead of sheep, Frank counts engine cases to go to sleep.
    GLWS
    1962 356 S Cab gone
    1967 911S Coupe
    2008 RS60 Boxster gone
    1973.5 911T targa soft window Gone
    Runge 008 Gone
    2002 996 TT x-50 Gone
    2016 Boxster GTS pts gulf orange
    1969 912 SWT pts green

    Can I be FRANK with you ?

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    Sort of...

    Figured I might as well ride the current “matching number case value” vomitous discussion wave.


    “Any press is good press”.


    What are you doing up before 7A?

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    Waiting for that call to utilize my extensive skillset.
    Sadly, that call never comes.
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    2002 996 TT x-50 Gone
    2016 Boxster GTS pts gulf orange
    1969 912 SWT pts green

    Can I be FRANK with you ?

    Live everyday like it's your last .
    Eventually you'll be right.

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    BTW: To the folks who have PM’d for single pricing:

    Just to keep it simple and to avoid perceived exploitation of a matching candidate...

    900xxx case numbers are $30k each. All others are $20k. Please feel free to submit all offers to my museum. Pricing subject to change.

    Ready.

    Aim.

    Fire.

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    $20k for that 69 T engine case? SERIOUSLY!!!!

    I will sell my 69T cases for $400each, opps I hijacked the thread

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    Yes Mark, I would agree with you; the highest, greatest value of most 69T cases is that they make a wonderful bonfire "wow" ingredient.

    But all products have a starting point for negotiations.

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    Please go out to the other side of the barnyard and let me know if you have 64040, it only had 4 holes.

    tks,
    Eric

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    Eric,
    Not a lot in the way of A or pre A. My list is here: (Post #16)

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...nventory/page2

    There are a couple that aren't on there; I'll check.

    Any idea what last known location was?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Beck View Post
    Eric,
    Not a lot in the way of A or pre A. My list is here: (Post #16)

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...nventory/page2

    There are a couple that aren't on there; I'll check.

    Any idea what last known location was?
    Larry Myers (Colorado) ran this car in SCCA in the 60's. I've got a photo of it in the SCCA runoffs in Atlanta. Dave Seeland owned it for a bunch of years, and ended up trading it to get his Gmund. Dave was the one who got me the pic. I contacted Larry a few years ago, but he has zero recollection. I've owned it for about 20 years. It has a 741 gearbox, and the disc brakes were put on by Larry back in the day. Heck of a driver...

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