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    911L sold for a premium...

    this was a bit surprising to me. didn't know the L could command this kind of money. looks like a nice car. a few missing parts that are easily replaceable and a few white lies about being original. overall a real looker.
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    Your link above did not work for me, but the one you posted on PP did, so I thought I would add another link to it here.

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    $18,500!?! That's crazy. IMO
    Now - 1993 C2
    Past - 1968 911L

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    B-b-buy Bushwood?!?!
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    With quality early 911s getting harder and harder to find, and the growing appreciation for the torguey 2.0 non-S engine, I think (and hope) we'll be seeing more of these higher resale prices.
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    Jared Rundell - Registered User JCR's Avatar
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    Originally posted by ValveFloat
    $18,500!?! That's crazy. IMO
    In comparison to what the market has been, yes it seems high.

    When you think of what other cars $18.5K would buy you, it seems like a lot of car for the $.

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    $18k seems high for a 911L

    But try restoring one properly for under 18k...

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    If a '67S can be worth $50k, who's to say a nice L is priced too high at $18k. The market determines the price. As long as I can still ferret out the bargains for $1k, I hope the mainstream market keeps going up!

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