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    '70 911t

    1970 Porsche 911T
    I bought this car recently from a neighbor. It is a roller with no engine and transmission.
    The body has been converted to an SC model with rear metal SC flares and short hood and fenders. I have purchased the correct long hood and fenders, an original front bumper and a rear fiberglass RS bumper by GT Racing to convert it into an RS replica. All these items are included in the sale.
    The body is straight. Floors are rust free as well as the front battery area. It has a CLEAN title!
    The last photo was a friend's RS replica which I intended to replicate but was lucky enough to have purchased a '69 911E hence the reason for selling.
    I can deliver the car within California for a reasonable fee.
    $2,850 or best offer.
    (925) 285-3913
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    Sold! Thanks to all who sent inquiries.

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