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    Xavier Petit-Jean-Boret Xavier PJB's Avatar
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    Looking for a 68 911 project


    Now I have the place, some knowledge and tools and time to get my hand and soul in a long term project.

    I am looking to buy a 911 1968 (SWB) T or L project (rolling would be best, can be without interior parts/trim and/or engine/gearbox)

    Manual gearbox (no sporto), coupe, no sunroof.

    No major accident or repair, clear title preferable or bill of sale.

    Throw in any you have here, or via PM or xavierpjb at iCloud dot com

    Last edited by Xavier PJB; 10-10-2021 at 06:50 AM.
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