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Thread: FS: @NY Elizabeth/BHCC - 1968 911L

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    FS: @NY Elizabeth/BHCC - 1968 911L

    So it appears that Beverly Hills Car Club is auctioning 42 cars from their inventory today via NY Elizabeth auction house. This 911L is currently offered on the BHCC website in addition to the rest of the collection.

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    I noticed the tachometer is from an 'S' judging by the redline indication . . .
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    Auction Estimate: US$169,000 - $185,900 (+19.75% Buyer's Premium)
    Sold for: "Lot Passed"

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    Auction Description:

    This very rare and collectible 1968 Porsche 911L Soft Window Targa is available in this gorgeous color combination of brown with a black interior with Pepita inserts. It comes equipped with a 1968 period correct 2.0 liter with a manual transmission and Fuchs wheels. An extremely clean and presentable vehicle which had the same owner for many years. The Targa is a limited production.
    Doug Dill

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

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