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Thread: eBay Sales History Thread - 911T

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    eBay Sales History Thread - 911T

    Year: 1972
    VIN Number: 9112100628
    Winning bid: US $5,601.00
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    Looks like he's got an antifreeze leak on the front radiator.

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    Missing the oil flip lid. Otherwise, it looks like a nice deal based purely upon the supplied picture. I was wondering where they put the radiator on that thar thang...
    Paul Schooley
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    Here is one to watch!

    Check out this silver '73T coupe. Very nice.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...romZR40QQfviZ1
    Brian

    R Gruppe #299
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    wow $45 grand out of the box for a 73 T that is some sweet $

    where are earlier S's or for that matter E's going
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    The bid looks a bit fishy to me. Plus it's hard to believe someone would part with that sum for a CIS T.
    Tom F.

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    The bid looks a bit fishy to me. Plus it's hard to believe someone would part with that sum for a CIS T.
    It's all about condition and originallity. It doesn't matter whether it's a CIS T MFI T,E, or S.

    A car is only original once. After it's been repainted and restored it's no longer original and can no longer command these kinds of prices.

    The new owner just needs to find a set of Fuchs that match date wise.
    Bobby
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    Year: 1971
    VIN Number: 9111113086
    Winning bid: US $14,301.21
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    Wink CIS T's

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    "Plus it's hard to believe someone would part with that sum for a CIS T."

    I thought the CIS T's were such rare and wonderful cars that they are second in desirability to an S. wink wink nudge nudge

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    I think the desireability of the CIS T came as a result of the great expense required to make a worn MFI system right. It is a very reliable system, you'll find a similar one on the VW rabbit.
    Tom F.

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