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    FS: 1969 911s metallic silver, sunroof

    1969 S metallic silver. full restoration. Numbers matching. engine and trans rebuilt as well.

    options:

    electric sunroof
    electric antenna
    green tinted glass
    blaupunkt frankfurt Radio

    still waiting on a oem steering wheel and seats. ( currently have a set of dark red leather Nurburgring seats in the car for a splash of color)

    please email with any questions and/or additional photos

    scottr6002@gmail.com

    Asking $229,900
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    What PORSCHE dealership is the car located at? Is it there on consignment from you, or owned by the dealership and they are selling it?

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    A couple of suggestions:
    1. Rotate the snorkle
    2. Get a proper fan strap

    3. Send me those front and rear red seats when you swap them out!
    Michael
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    the photos of the building exactly match the dealership Sewickley.
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    the car is on display at Sewickley Porsche. It's my car and I work there. I believe the snorkel is correct as it was an A/C car. not on the kardex and I assume it was dealer installed. I still have most if not all the parts, but didn't want to install as I dislike the look.

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    a few more photos of the restoration

    a few photos of the restoration
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    Quote Originally Posted by scootergt3 View Post
    the car is on display at Sewickley Porsche. It's my car and I work there. I believe the snorkel is correct as it was an A/C car. not on the kardex and I assume it was dealer installed. I still have most if not all the parts, but didn't want to install as I dislike the look.
    The AC snorkel is built differently. That is a non AC snorkle and is meant to point the other direction. Easy way to tell is the flanges for the wing nuts. They are meant to allow for rotating the snorkel for removal without fully removing the wingnuts.
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    Thanks for the info Mike, Much appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scootergt3 View Post
    Thanks for the info Mike, Much appreciated.
    Cheers! Rotate that bad boy and you're golden.

    The rest of the build looks VERY nice! Wasn't meaning to bag on your work... I honestly think you should keep the seats and sell it as is..
    Michael
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    tell you what, i'll see you the seats for 225K and you can have the car for free

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