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    Has anybody seen / knows of this 65 911?


    Has anybody seen/knows of this 65 911?

    Any thoughts/comments on condition, likely work required (considering it has been sitting for so long), cost/value?


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    Clearly we have some Porsche nuts.. the LA area.

    It is on eBay now
    And the few comments have as much as said so. And I will add frankly, that the seller "Zoltan" is not orignally from the U.S. and his English is not, well, perfect. On the other hand, even a blind squirrel finds an acorn sometime! So, let's have some reports. Looks like a good enough Porsche and rare one. Perhaps, those in the know, are waiting for the price to get a little more "realistic." So, no bids as you see on the first picture below as this is written. And the 2nd picture below, is what the auction acheived the fist time around. $50,000 buys it! So? Thanks.

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    Last edited by Allen Henderson; 11-11-2010 at 06:25 PM.

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    Zoltan? I can tell you that I've tried to inspect 2 cars that he had for sale about 2-3 years ago. Interestingly enough, he was neither there nor did he pick up his phone each time the Porsche guy who wanted to do the PPI for me waited at the location "Zoltan" had told him...
    Mike, member #841

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    Someone recently posted a short, cryptic warning about this car on Pelican (unable to find the link), essentially cautioning to inspect the car very carefully but offered no specifics. Needless to say, it ticked-off a few responders because no information was given as to why.

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    Well, I'll bet someone has seen it. It has a bid now ~$50k. Thanks.


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    I recall that warning, I believe Duffer did that. I appreciated his warning, for warned is for armed.


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    Do you want a 1964 911? 1 of the first 232 car's made. George

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgepvalerio View Post
    Do you want a 1964 911? 1 of the first 232 car's made. George
    Hi George,

    Cool! You should post a new thread in this section with pictures and you have to post a price. BTW, I've been doing some research on plating colors on engines on these early cars. You know, things like nuts a bolts, bell cranks, things like that. If yours unaltered, what can you tell us? Thanks!

    Last edited by Allen Henderson; 11-12-2010 at 08:02 AM.

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    Hello Allen
    Just got my new camera and will take some pictures later Today or Tomorrow. Thanks George

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