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    1971 Porsche 911T Targa
    VIN: 9111110164
    Engine: 6114196
    Trans: -
    Color: silver met./black leatherette
    Mileage: 90,202 (indicated)
    Price: US$79,900

    One owner sold new at Bob Smith Porsche in Hollywood. Original window sticker, warranty card, all service records including a recent service done at Precession Motion last month for over $10,000.00. Nice interior, perfect dash, great paint and it is ready to be enjoyed.

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    Currently in between Porsches. Sold my 73.5T Targa, now suffering from serious withdrawal symptoms. Attending Rennsport Reunion VI didn't really help getting over it.

    Past: '73.5T Targa, '12 991S Cab, '07 987

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    Vin: 9112101959
    1972 911T red (originally some sort of green?)
    Originally sold by jpfrazier, can’t really tell when…, asking at the time: $58,500

    https://www.jpfrazier.com/vehicles/1...-porsche-911-t


    Now on eBay:
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1972-Porsch...-127632-2357-0

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    Paint code 224 - Metallic Green

    Quote Originally Posted by camarilla View Post
    Vin: 9112101959
    1972 911T red (originally some sort of green?)
    Originally sold by jpfrazier, can’t really tell when…, asking at the time: $58,500

    https://www.jpfrazier.com/vehicles/1...-porsche-911-t


    Now on eBay:
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/1972-Porsch...-127632-2357-0
    first ride - 10 yrs old in a 73 911S - Silver - I was done for
    Started 'playing' with them in the late 80s
    Started racing a 72 911 T built to 2.9L RSR in SoCal SCCA, PCA, POC early 90s
    Have owned over 50 long hoods from late 80s until 2000
    dropped out from 2000 - 2018 - due to life, work, travel
    Been building an 2.8 'RSR' inspired car since 2018 - 9111121235

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    Good spot!

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    9113100951

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    We are proud to offer you this 1973 Porsche 911T a straight, dry and sorted example of a rare MFI "T" with the "S" Package included for sale!
    Well-sorted examples of classic Porsches are a rarity in any
    marketplace, but to find one of the final long-hood 911Ts, with the
    purist-coveted mechanical fuel injection (MFI) system is a vastly
    different story altogether. This is one of 1,252 MFI 911T Porsches to be
    delivered during the final half-year of the long-hood Porsches, and,
    between the quality of the car, the options equipped to it, and the
    heritage that comes along with it, there's no other car on the market today like it.
    LIST OF FEATURES & UPGRADES:
    Per the previous owner, this incredible machine was factory-equipped
    with the following options:
    ? US Equipment
    o Antenna
    o Blaupunkt Frankfurt Radio
    ? Comfort Equipment:
    o Velour Carpeting
    o Alloy wheels (Fuchs)
    o Sway bars (front and rear)
    o Aluminum door sills
    o 911S rubber moldings on bumpers and below doors
    o 911S instruments
    o Leather covered steering wheel
    o Aluminum rocker panels
    o Aluminum fender trim
    o Air conditioning (dealer installed)
    The first owner purchased the car new from a Los Angeles Porsche
    dealer on December 29th, 1972. They were apparently a brand enthusiast
    with prior Porsche purchases, and they mainly used the car as a
    weekend driver, ensuring that it received regular maintenance from a
    local mechanic. This continued from the 911's purchase in 1972 until its sale to the second owner in 2011.
    The second owner, who, per the previous owner, enjoyed the car for a
    number of years, began taking the car to a mechanic local to the
    Monterey Park area for regular service. The owner of the shop,
    apparently a Porsche enthusiast as well, sought to expand their Porsche
    ownership to this 911T after seeing it regularly at their shop for a few
    years. When it tentatively became available in late 2015, they purchased it and immediately began work on it.
    According to the previous owner, the third owner extensively consulted
    with local air-cooled Porsche specialists to ensure the quality of the
    work they were doing was appropriate for the car, and over the following
    years, they performed a number of services to get this 911T running
    brilliantly.
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    Paul

    1969 ex-South African RHD Tangerine 911T . 1970 ex-Southern Californian LHD Conda 911T 1955 Series 1 86" Land Rover (original Australian CKD very slowly re-building) 1987 W124 230e
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    super rare all original paint color sepia brown porsche 911t!! Stunning car inside and out. Long time pca member owned. Extremely well preserved car well maintained and always garage kept. Runs drives and sounds amazing.exterior is finished in sepia brown with brown leatherette interior.factory options and features include:2.4l flat 6 cylinder engine5 speed manual transmissionyellow fog lightsrear wheel driveroll up windowsmanual chokeperforated white headlinerradiorear quarter vented windowsand much more
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    Paul

    1969 ex-South African RHD Tangerine 911T . 1970 ex-Southern Californian LHD Conda 911T 1955 Series 1 86" Land Rover (original Australian CKD very slowly re-building) 1987 W124 230e
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    SPECTACULAR RESTORED CONDITION
    RARE AND DESIRABLE ONE YEAR ONLY EXTERNAL OIL FILLER
    $8,000+ ENGINE OUT SERVICE PERFORMED IN 2017
    ORIGINAL MATCHING NUMBERS ENGINE
    STUNNING FACTORY ORIGINAL COLOR COMBINATION
    JUST IN FROM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
    ACCOMPANIED BY ITS OWNER’S MANUAL, SERVICE RECORDS, TOOLKIT, JACK, PORSCHE CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY
    DRIVES AND PERFORMS AS NEW
    TREMENDOUS INVESTMENT POTENTIAL
    A DREAM FOR THE PORSCHE COLLECTOR!
    OPTIONS INCLUDE:
    US EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
    LOUDSPEAKER AND NOISE SUPPRESSION
    FUCHS ALLOY WHEELS
    TINTED GLASS ALL AROUND
    MANUAL ANTENNA
    COMFORT EQUIPMENT PACKAGE
    FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING
    SPORTS SEATS
    FIVE-SPEED MANUAL TRANSMISSION
    The magnificent 1972 Porsche 911T 2.4 Targa featured here is finished in stunning all-black over black and White Houndstooth interior and black removable Targa top. This incredible motorcar was beautifully restored and is now ready to drive and enjoy. It is accompanied by its owner’s manual, service records, toolkit, jack, Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, and more!
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    Paul

    1969 ex-South African RHD Tangerine 911T . 1970 ex-Southern Californian LHD Conda 911T 1955 Series 1 86" Land Rover (original Australian CKD very slowly re-building) 1987 W124 230e
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    Merit Partners is pleased to present this matching numbers 911T that was mechanically restored by Porsche Classic. This car came to us from a good client who took this car to Porsche Classic for a complete mechanical restoration. We have had the car checked by a couple of local shops and they said it is about as good as it gets for the mechanical side of the car. We agree as we have had many of these cars and this is the best driving car we have ever had. No expense was spared and the engine runs like it did in the early 1970’s. We have all the Porsche Classic service records and the car is presented in it’s original color. It has been resprayed but we found no accidents or damage on the car. Inside the car is largely all original and everything functions well. Prices and a restoration by Porsche Classic have gone up significantly since this car was done and this car is ready to go and provide many years of driving pleasure for the new owner.
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    Paul

    1969 ex-South African RHD Tangerine 911T . 1970 ex-Southern Californian LHD Conda 911T 1955 Series 1 86" Land Rover (original Australian CKD very slowly re-building) 1987 W124 230e
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    The magnificent 1972 Porsche 911T 2.4 Coupe featured here is finished in rare and highly desirable Signal Yellow over a black interior. Meticulously maintained from new and recently serviced including complete engine service, transmission rebuild, and new clutch. This extremely rare and desirable external oil filler model is among one of the most collectible and desired of the early 911's. This investment grade 1972 Porsche 911T 2.4 Coupe still retains its original matching numbers engine and transmission making this the perfect example to add to any premier collection.
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    Paul

    1969 ex-South African RHD Tangerine 911T . 1970 ex-Southern Californian LHD Conda 911T 1955 Series 1 86" Land Rover (original Australian CKD very slowly re-building) 1987 W124 230e
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    Quote Originally Posted by dwa911 View Post
    Paint code 224 - Metallic Green
    9112101959

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    41 year owner NO RUST! NO ACCIDENT! 1972 911T Coupe

    1972 911 T Coupe
    41 year owner
    79522 Actual Miles
    Fresh Service
    No Rust
    No Accident history
    Strong,solid Run and Drive!
    Razor straight body panels
    Excellent Body panel gaps
    Nice Headliner,seats
    All gauges work as designed
    Fresh tires
    Engine number -620091
    Transmission number-7701282
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    Paul

    1969 ex-South African RHD Tangerine 911T . 1970 ex-Southern Californian LHD Conda 911T 1955 Series 1 86" Land Rover (original Australian CKD very slowly re-building) 1987 W124 230e
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