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    Need advice about the value of my original 911T 1970 ivory white

    Hi everyone

    I need advice to find the true value of my porsche 911T 1970. I am the 3rd owner of this car. I have all the original papers including the original purchase contract. The car is immaculate with all the original parts. Only the exhaust system has been changed. I also have the original steering wheel. The car has 97K miles and it runs great. I looked at several sites to find the value but it's very difficult because 95% of the cars have been repainted and redone. I promised to give it first to the previous owner who also had it for 16 years. I want to be fair with him and if the price doesn't suit him, I'll put the car on the market. Need your expertise. THANKS

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    Wonderful car . . .

    . . . + more pics, please


    Try Hagerty? . . .
    https://www.hagerty.com/valuation-to...47&catalog=yes






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    Put it on Bring a Trailer. https://bringatrailer.com/search/?s=porsche+911+1970

    It would fetch somewhere around US$100k plus, if it is as original and pristine as you say.

    Ravi
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    1973 Porsche 911S in ivory white 5sp MT
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    ^^^ my thoughts as well
    Peter Kane

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    Most of the time the original owner who sold it has no intentions to pay current market value. It's great to give them the chance though.
    72S, 72T now ST

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    Another Post . . .

    . . . from 2011

    Quote Originally Posted by bigmoq View Post
    . . . 10 years ago i went to california for vacation. Like other young men i really like latest version of Porsche car. But to be honest with you i had never seen a early 911 before this trip to california. I live in Quebec Canada and we really don't have alot of these car around. So one day in a parking of a grocery store i saw the perfect 911 style i ever seen. It was a early green 911 driven by a beatiful women. I found immediatly in love not with the woman but with the car. The shape, the chrome bumper, the headlight, the wheels, everything was perfect. So i decided to found one for myself. I had 25 years old at this time and when i came back home my father and friends don't understand why i prefered early 911 than newest one. Finally 5 years later i found one early 911 1970T in Virginia in perfect condition and since that time i'm still in love with this car and hope to have the money to buy a coupe 911S over the coming years. It's a real passion and this site is amazing. Thank's to all of you . . .



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    https://www.classic.com/

    Classic.com is a great site -- you can pick certain makes/models/years and it gives you a historical perspective of sale prices. You can then select individual cars to see photos, condition, price.
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