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Thread: FS: @BaT - crystal blue 69 lwb 912 swt

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    FS: @BaT - crystal blue 69 lwb 912 swt

    an amazing beautiful car….

    https://bringatrailer.com/listing/19...indow-targa-2/
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    That color is simply amazing.
    Russ

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    Reference to the 69 SWT thread on these special cars

    https://www.early911sregistry.org/fo...a-(SWT)-Thread
    1969 S Coupe #761
    Early S Registry #1624

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    Love the color. But I'm in no way buying 5k miles. And that dealer has a reputation here in Texas of being less than forthcoming about the details.
    Anyone know the penalty in California for insurance fraud? Taking a survey...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiveFromNY View Post
    Love the color. But I'm in no way buying 5k miles.
    I agree on both counts. Beautiful color. 5k miles is a crock. For example, the CoA and Kardex show Semperit tires. But the spare in the trunk and tires in the "as discovered" pics are Michelin. Pretty sure the Semperits lasted longer than 5k.
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    Really neat car, but do I understand correctly that there are zero records for 30 years? So "indicated" may be better stated as "undocumented"?

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    Is that a 5K oil filter cannister? It looks a little weathered for 5K.
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