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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    W: Looking for a 911 hot rod - ready

    Greetings

    Am now ready (money, minded, wife :-)) to buy an early.

    Am looking for a hot rod, R-Gruppe/sport purpose like build. Not concourse but rather a nice daily driver, not an S as my budget is 70K$ max.

    Would prefer a club sport/sport purpose 911, ideally up to 1973, a T would be very nice.

    I do not care about matching number engine and trans and colors.

    Engine up to a 3.2

    Engine can be fast road prep.

    However looking for period correct stuff (seats, steering etc.)

    Coupé only - NO sunroof.

    I will be very cautious and will ask for PPI/history etc... Have been in for a while and have been disapointed in the past.




    Look forward to your messages.




    All the best.

    Xavier
    Last edited by Xavier PJB; 04-01-2018 at 08:58 AM.
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    Brake,
    Please see my post just below yours for the 73 "sunroof delete" coupe ...........

    email for details..

    rwoodman51@gmail.com

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    Tried to send you a pm but don't know if you got it or not......

    - rick

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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickrick View Post
    Tried to send you a pm but don't know if you got it or not......

    - rick
    Rick,

    just replied :-)
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    I know of one...PM sent
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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    Cheers Ray, just replied and mail sent.

    Quote Originally Posted by RC70SCoupe View Post
    I know of one...PM sent
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    Hi,

    I have a 1971T with a twin plug 2.0 in it, its a race car but street components can be added to make it more tame. Its a fresh build so it needs nothing, car is located in florida. Asking 70,000$ oddly enough.

    please send me a PM if interested i have pics and receipts.

    regards,

    Phil
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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    Phil, PM sent.

    Quote Originally Posted by VeloceAlfa View Post
    Hi,

    I have a 1971T with a twin plug 2.0 in it, its a race car but street components can be added to make it more tame. Its a fresh build so it needs nothing, car is located in florida. Asking 70,000$ oddly enough.

    please send me a PM if interested i have pics and receipts.

    regards,

    Phil
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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    I believe I found it, a bit above my initial budget, but I guess it worth it. I'll let you know once I got the keys in hands.
    Thanks to all for all the MPs I have received, if it falls through (which I do not see any reason why) I will open the post again.

    All the best.
    X
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    An early congrats! That was pretty fast. Can’t wait to see it. Now, I’m thinking you ‘need’ some cool deck lid badges

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