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    FS: @Pelican - 69S

    http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsc...1-s-coupe.html


    What is wrong with this puppy?

    Transmission, interior and color change what is it worth; $109,000?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macroni View Post
    http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsc...1-s-coupe.html


    What is wrong with this puppy?

    Transmission, interior and color change what is it worth; $109,000?
    Engine compartment and interior look correct and proper (notwithstanding the three-year-old oil filter and aftermarket shift knob). Ride height looks high, but no other glaring deficiencies noted from the photos.

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    First posted this '69S in May 2019 when it was posted both on the PCA Classifieds (now expired) and Pelican (originally for) $140,000.

    Hard to evaluate without personal inspection. Door pockets missing off interior door panels, rear lens are from a '73 or later 911. Generally looks nice.

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    I suspect the tall ride height might be related to what appear to be some rather oversize tires.

    But other than the color change, the obvious flaws wouldn't be hard to fix.
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    what is it worth........
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    With acceptable PPI of mechanicals and paint/body condition, I'd offer 90 and walk for anything over 100.

    Seller is delusional
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    Offer $90K and see where that takes you. Color changes on the "high value" cars bugs the heck out of me.
    Bring a magnet, Elcometer etc.
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    It'll always be a sand beige car, no matter what color it is now. That's how to value it in my opinion.

    With that being said, a '69S is a cool car for a lot of reasons that you already know Luke, and probably a screaming value per/smile if you're not looking to sell it anytime soon.
    Last edited by ibmiked; 02-19-2020 at 09:12 AM. Reason: Changed from "flip" to "sell".

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    If anyone enquires, find out the VIN and see if you can get the CoA. I have a very good idea of the VIN, however if the engine is matching as claimed, then it is a very odd combo, and I would like to see factory confirmation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davep View Post
    If anyone enquires, find out the VIN and see if you can get the CoA. I have a very good idea of the VIN, however if the engine is matching as claimed, then it is a very odd combo, and I would like to see factory confirmation.
    Yeah, odd combo. That engine is late September 68 production, ~VIN 119300050, in a series of Bahama Yellow cars, with transmissions (both original and current) from much later in production cycle.
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