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Thread: FS: 1970 911S Coupe - Conda Green on Black/Pepita, matching numbers, beautiful!

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    Where's the ESSES ad $? LiveFromNY's Avatar
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    Someone should jump on this at the offered price. Conda Green and a seller who's as straight of a shooter as I know. Pretty awesome combo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlfaGTA View Post
    Is that a later front spoiler? Looks very nice. Bill
    Yes, Bill it has the later style "S" front spoiler. I prefer it, but technically not correct for a 70.

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    Free bump, why do so many 1970 911S cars do not have sport seats? Either the factory shipped cars without or perspective buyers of these cars didn't order them, but why???

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    Quote Originally Posted by savagejayj View Post
    Free bump, why do so many 1970 911S cars do not have sport seats? Either the factory shipped cars without or perspective buyers of these cars didn't order them, but why???
    Most cars are dealer ordered for their sales floor, and though we think these seats are wonderful now, perhaps that wasn't the thought back then. The only car that I have found within my fathers sales of cars that had sport seats was the one that was rally spec ordered. Same with 1969, 1972 and 1973. I guess you could say the same about a sunroof, or driving lights, or a fantastic color etc., or whatever we all think is wonderful now.
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    Sunroofs, you would have to cut a hole in the roof during production, driving lights could be illegal, but sports seat just make sense if one is buying the 911S model in 1970, especially since these seat were basically standard on 911S models in 1971, FREE BUMP

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