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Thread: FS: 1970 911S Coupe Black

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    Is the drivers vent window missing? The ride height seems awfully low in the rear...torsion bar tube ok? Do you have pics underneath? Me thinks with ANY 2.2 S engine the price could be a lot higher...GLWS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by helosixx View Post
    The seats, tach and dash look to be OG, am I missing something? Sport seats were not standard on the S though I wish they had been.
    I agree on the seats (obtaining a CoA might help here). But the tach is definitely not from an "S" and the dash not correct for MY70. I don't know where that mirror comes from.
    It does have speakers in the doors but where are the corresponding cables? Or were they WiFi already ;-)
    I wonder why anybody would swap the "S"-engine for a "T"? The more so because the swap is said to have been performed in early 1970, when the car was practically brand new...

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    Price lowered to $77,500

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