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  1. #1951
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    upon closer review of the pics on this car, I must say I have certainly seen much worse with respect to the rust issues.
    70 914-6 #2615 (Metallic Green) - SOLD
    74 US Carrera Coupe #63 (Lime Green)
    73 911 T Coupe #1891 (Gemini Blue)

  2. #1952
    Quote Originally Posted by myflat6 View Post
    Thoughts on this car and value?
    Sold well of the recent early 911T's for sale on BaT - $50,250.

    - 1969 2.0L 911T Coupe, $40,500 (06/13/2018)
    - 1970 2.2L 911T Targa, $46,500 (06/15/2018)

    Considering all the examples had condition issues, I assume the long term ownership of the Pastel Blue T drove its value up.
    Doug Dill

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    PCA #1987109761
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  3. #1953
    I'll just say it -- $50K is insane. Pastel blue is a lovely color, but that car needs everything. And check out the fuel pump situation (among others). There's a lot of stuff to put right on that car beyond rust/paint/interior/mechanicals.

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    Paint bubbles? Classic. That's called rust.

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    This one sure seems reasonably priced and at least from the one pic of the undercarriage, appears to be a pretty solid chassis. Yellow is not a color that appeals to many, but to some it does.
    https://sandiego.craigslist.org/esd/...627324209.html
    70 914-6 #2615 (Metallic Green) - SOLD
    74 US Carrera Coupe #63 (Lime Green)
    73 911 T Coupe #1891 (Gemini Blue)

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    FS - 1972 Porsche 911T Gold Metallic

    FS - 1972 Porsche 911T

    This car is being made available by a forum member.
    We’ve enjoyed this car for many years.

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    As we ready ourselves for life’s next adventure (retirement), we have decided to lighten the load a bit and thin out the collection. It is time for this one to move on to the next custodian. It’s a lovely car that performs as well as it looks. A great diving car. A great show car. It probably falls somewhere between a Hagerty #1 and #2.

    This preservation quality 1972 Porsche 911T Coupe is driven regularly and has been verified to retain approximately 50% of its original factory paint. Glass and trim, as well as most of the upholstery are also original to the car. The numbers-matching MFI 2.4-liter flat-six and original 5-speed manual transmission are also in place. Now showing a verified 67,800 miles from new, the car was built in the Spring of 1972 and is finished in the special order paint color Gold Metallic over black leatherette. This 911T was sold new at Lavia Porsche of Santa Barbara CA. in October of 1972. The vehicle remained in Santa Barbara County, California, as part of a priva9te collection for its entire life. The Vehicle was acquired by the seller in 2012 from Road Scholars in North Carolina where the vehicle currently resides.

    The factory records confirm the car's current presentation in Black Leatherette (11) interior with the special order color of Gold Metalic (88)(140-9-3). The COA further notes that the car was optioned with US Equipment, Front and Rear stabilizer bars, Koni Shocks, Comfort Equipment, Tinted Glass and ‘S’ Series Brakes. Dealer installed options include, Drop Links, Blaupunkt AM-FM Radio, Front Speaker, European H4 headlight conversion and ‘through the grill’ Fog Lights.

    This exceptional vehicle is accompanied by its original owner's manual, maintenance book, complete factory tool kit/roll, jack, Certificate of Authenticity, maintenance records and service history from new. Also included are the vehicles’ original registration documents including the original California blue license plate which is attached to the original Lavia Porsche of Santa Barbara, license plate frame.

    Mechanical systems have been properly maintained since new and remain original, engine has been resealed and includes the updated hydraulic tensioners, clutch has been replaced, fuel system has been rebuilt, original exhaust is in place and non-ethanol fuel has been used since new. Currently running original spec. Dunlop tires (under two years old). Vehicle underwent a full ‘glass-out’ respray nearly thirty years ago due to clear coat failure. Only the upper surfaces show new paint. Interior, door jams, front and rear compartments, wheel wells and underside all show original finishes. Never any rust or rust repairs. Smuggler’s box shows 46 years of accumulated patina. The vehicle is stored in a climate controlled garage connected to a battery tender.

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    Dealer installed option list:
    #453 Blaupunkt Frankfurt Blue Dot AM/FM Radio
    #400 Light Alloy Wheels
    #401 Koni Shock Absorbers
    #404 F+R Stabilizer bars
    #566 Fog Lights
    #568 Tinted Glass
    #470 Appearance Group
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    > SOLD


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    Metallic Green 73.5 T Targa

    Restored in and out. CoA matching.

    Runs strong, stops, shifts, etc. Needs nothing - jump in and drive.

    - Complete rebuild of original engine and transmission by John Truman 58+ year Porsche expert/former Stoddard Race mechanic (recent compression test shows 185-195 range -- it was part of a full PPI which is available for inspection)
    - Fuel system sorted, fuel pump and distributor restored, tank dismantled and flushed, new fuel hoses,
    - Pop off valve
    - Pressure fed tensioners installed
    - new alternator
    - restored heat exchangers
    - new correct exhaust
    - New clutch

    - Repaint in original color by Ed Lesinski (50+ years' body work on Porsches) (no Bondo repair - car has lead a sheltered life!)

    - New seat upholstery, carpet and trim by Autos International

    - new battery, tires; oil change

    - Cars Inc rebuilt Targa top

    Green Metallic #83 is a rare and highly desirable color, especially when offset by tan interior.

    No expense was spared in this restoration and it was followed by several years of driving, so there are no issues remaining to sort. Car is in Michigan.

    $132K
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  8. #1958

    1971 911T Coupe - 9111101596

    Quote Originally Posted by stevesc_us View Post
    This one sure seems reasonably priced and at least from the one pic of the undercarriage, appears to be a pretty solid chassis. Yellow is not a color that appeals to many, but to some it does.
    https://sandiego.craigslist.org/esd/...627324209.html
    Most recently for sale on BaT (5/23/2018):
    https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1971-porsche-911t-22/
    with no sale - highest bid: US$40,911 - Reserve Not Met.

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    Doug Dill

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

  9. #1959

    FS: @CL - 1970 2.2L 911T Coupe - 2nd listing

    Previously listed on Craig's List for US$59,500 and didn't sell, so raise the price and try again . . .
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...l=1#post973143

    Craig's List - san diego > north SD county > for sale > cars & trucks - by owner

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    Doug Dill

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    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrzoop View Post
    FS - 1972 Porsche 911T

    This car is being made available by a forum member.
    We’ve enjoyed this car for many years.

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    As we ready ourselves for life’s next adventure (retirement), we have decided to lighten the load a bit and thin out the collection. It is time for this one to move on to the next custodian. It’s a lovely car that performs as well as it looks. A great diving car. A great show car. It probably falls somewhere between a Hagerty #1 and #2.

    This preservation quality 1972 Porsche 911T Coupe is driven regularly and has been verified to retain approximately 50% of its original factory paint as well as all original upholstery, glass, and trim. The numbers-matching MFI 2.4-liter flat-six and original 5-speed manual transmission are also in place. Now showing a verified 67,800 miles from new, the car was built in the Spring of 1972 and is finished in the special order paint color Gold Metallic over black leatherette. This 911T was sold new at Lavia Porsche of Santa Barbara CA. in October of 1972. The vehicle remained in Santa Barbara County, California, as part of a private collection for its entire life. The Vehicle was acquired by the seller in 2011 from Road Scholars in North Carolina where the vehicle currently resides.

    The factory records confirm the car's current presentation in Black Leatherette (11) interior with the special order color of Gold Metalic (88)(140-9-3). The COA further notes that the car was optioned with US Equipment, front and rear stabilizer bars, Koni Shocks, Comfort Equipment, Tinted Glass and Dunlop Tires. Dealer installed options include ‘S’ Brakes, Stabilizers, Suspension, and Drop Links, Blaupunkt AM-FM Radio, Front Speaker, European H4 headlight conversion and ‘through the grill’ Fog Lights.

    This exceptional vehicle is accompanied by its original owner's manual, maintenance book, complete factory tool kit/roll, jack, Certificate of Authenticity, maintenance records and service history from new. Also included are the vehicles’ original registration documents including the original California blue license plate which is attached to the original Lavia Porsche of Santa Barbara, license plate frame.

    Mechanical systems have been properly maintained since new and remain original, engine has been resealed and includes the updated hydraulic tensioners, clutch has been replaced, fuel system has been rebuilt, original exhaust is in place and non-ethanol fuel has been used since new. Currently running original spec. Dunlop tires (under two years old). Vehicle underwent a full ‘glass-out’ respray in the early 1980’s due to clear coat failure. Only the upper surfaces show new paint. Interior, door jams, front and rear compartments, wheel wells and underside all show original finishes. Never any rust or rust repairs. Smuggler’s box shows 46 years of accumulated patina. The vehicle is stored in a climate controlled garage connected to a battery tender.

    Dealer installed option list:
    #453 Blaupunkt Frankfurt Blue Dot AM/FM Radio
    #400 Light Alloy Wheels
    #401 Koni Shock Absorbers
    #404 F+R Stabilizer bars
    #566 Fog Lights
    #568 Tinted Glass
    #470 Appearance Group


    $104K

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    All set...thanks and GLWS
    Peter Kane

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    Message Board Co-Moderator - Early 911S Registry #100

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