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    FS: 1973 911T hot rod Just Completed

    Selling this recently completed restoration for a customer. A beautiful car that drives as good as it looks. He went with a few personal touches such as engine choice and modern stereo for comfort on road trips. Turn key car with almost zero miles on it since completion. Build specs are as follows:

    1973.5 911T Offered at $170,000

    -Originally born Green Metallic
    -Originally 2.4 CIS/ 5spd
    -Additional options unknown at this point
    - Less than 1500 miles on a full restoration.

    THE CAR NOW (full restoration completed 2020)
    Body
    -Bare metal bodywork and chassis straightening by Don Danhoff, emphasis on not using body filler
    -Over 2 months spent straightening out the floors from dents
    -Perfect gaps and panel fitment all around
    -Beautiful respray in Light Ivory by Don Danhoff, no expense spared

    Engine
    - Grey Market Euro SC engine
    - Full service prior to instillation, engine health is fantastic
    - 96%-98% leakdown in each cylinder
    - 204 bhp DIN
    - Stock early heater box and stock muffler setup

    Mechanicals
    - Complete mechanical restoration by Scotts Independent in 2020 at over $40,000
    - Complete refresh of original suspension and brakes, completely stock, Calipers by PMB
    - Brand new wire harness by YnZ’s
    -All brand new light housings
    - Rebuilt 915 5 speed by Scotts Independent
    - All brand new seals in all doors/glass
    - Wheels refinished by Fuchs Restoration, fitted with fresh CN36 Pirellis
    -Nothing left untouched.

    Interior
    - Completely fresh interior by K&H interiors 2020
    -Black vinyl with Pepita (houndstooth) inserts
    -Basketweave door cards and dash with original style carpet per customer request
    -Updated with retractable seatbelts

    This is a fresh restoration that needs absolutely nothing but to be driven and enjoyed. This quality of
    restoration could not be replicated for the asking price of $170K

    Email me claycarr911@gmail.com with additional questions
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    Clay Carr
    R Gruppe #806
    1973 911T Hot Rod

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    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

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    GLWTS...

    Looks like a perfect big motor hot rod!
    EarlyS Member #3823
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    356 Registry #53935

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    Nice resto, but what a bummer that it wasn’t redone in its rare original metallic green color.
    70 914-6 #2615 (Metallic Green) - SOLD
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    73 911 T Coupe #1891 (Gemini Blue)

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevesc_us View Post
    Nice resto, but what a bummer that it wasn’t redone in its rare original metallic green color.
    I agree. The owner had a specific vision for this car, but I wish it had stayed green. Still an over the top nice car and wonderful to drive.
    Clay Carr
    R Gruppe #806
    1973 911T Hot Rod

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