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    Wild and wooly 72 911

    Not your typical "sports purpose" early 911 at all.
    Unsure what I think about it....but perhaps that's good.
    Asking nearly $300k for it. OK then, certainly a lot of money has been thrown at it.
    And there definitely is a "theme."

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    1971 914

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    Senior Member nvr2mny's Avatar
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    What’s wrong with the gap on the drivers door (among MANY other things)? This makes me feel better about my fetish with Targa’s. They certainly have an incredible inventory. Based on the “description” they too were speechless.
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    300K and they couldn't cover the DynoMat foiling in the engine bay??

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    I want those seats!
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    Seats are pretty cool, construction looks familiar. Wrapping the roll bar with matching leather is nice, but that crossbar is a minor incident away from a major brain injury.

    Another pricey hotrod that will probably see limited use.
    Russ

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    I don't like anything about it, those seats look very uncomfortable.
    Mike Fitton # 2071
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    A quote from a car salesman "There is an ass for every seat"
    registry #2072

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    door gap looks just awful.... gasket placement tooo

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    dry heaves ... isnt that the color??

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