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    FS: @porsport - 1966 911 Survivor

    Great old survivor just out of long ownership. $149,500. Please see the site http://www.Porsport.com for description and lots of images or click on the link below. Please contact me direct only.Thanks.


    http://www.porsport.com/1966_porsche_911_survivor
    Last edited by Rennman; 04-02-2018 at 11:05 AM.

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    Senior Member haul's Avatar
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    very very nice......
    a ‚to-keep-like-it-is’ car.
    thank you for showing this nice silverpfeil.

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    Thank you very much Haul. Corrected price. Thanks.

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    Gentlemen, I would like to get this neat old car moved on and as always will consider an offer or trade. I also have another 66, a Hot Rod coming up shortly. Stay tuned. Thank you.

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    Beautiful time capsule . . . only original once . . . GLWTS!
    1966 Porsche 2.0L 911 Coupe
    VIN: 304530
    Engine: 907752
    Trans: 230838 (902/1)
    Color: Silver Metallic/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 17,450 (indicated)
    Price: US$149,500

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    PORsport.com Description:

    An amazing find just out of 46-year ownership. This Georgia garage find has just been recommissioned after a 25-year slumber. The 911 is completely numbers matching and is mostly all original throughout. The body is dead straight with perfect gaps and is rock solid throughout. There have been no repairs to the body tub. The undercoat is original and flaking off in places revealing only solid metal. There are no rust issues. The silver paint has been at least half repainted. The jambs and top look original. Four original magnesium American Racing wheels are in outstanding original condition with new Avon tires. Marchal headlights, driving/fog lights and old period race belts have been on the car. Brumos delivered and serviced in the early years. Lots of recent mechanical work. Runs and drives great. Full books, paperwork and an original full tool kit. Still on the old Georgia title. This old Eleven has an amazing original and irreplaceable patina has the look of an old Porsche Spyder. A great vintage Porsche.
    Doug Dill

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

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    Thanks. bump
    Last edited by Rennman; 12-08-2018 at 01:32 PM.

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    Im digging the Shelby, Ferrari Marchal fogs Don !

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    Thanks. Put on in period. Marchal headlights too. This car is so cool.

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    Now SOLD. I will post another 66 shortly. Thank you.

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    Congrats on the sale Don and to the buyer as well. Looks like a fun car.

    Looking forward to seeing the blue 66.

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