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    Fair price for 1967 911 Sunroof - Non Matching?

    Looking for some guidance on a fair price for a 67 911 in San Francisco:

    1967 911 Sunroof, original Slate Gray with red interior. Looks very straight, no rust ( with exception of some pitting near bottom of drivers door. Vehicle was very recently resprayed in original colour, panels removed, rubbed back. Original paint still visible (and looks good), on 'internal' surfaces.

    Interior was dyed black at some point. Seats have been returned to red and new red trim on doors. Aluminium dash and original wooden porsche steering wheel. 14" Fuchs.

    And now the catch... non original rebuilt motor 2.7. Under 10,000 miles.

    Any advice welcome.

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    If the sunroof is factory original, I'd guess mid-to-high 20s. If aftermarket, deduct a few thousand (or more if the installation isn't sanitary). If you like red interiors (like me), add a few thousand. Next opinion, you're up!

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    Matt Snyder
    Join Date
    Nov 2010
    Montclair, NJ
    sounds like a nice color combo. Depends on how much work is needed but if the car is being re-sprayed in orig paint code and the car has the orig trim and wheels are in good condition, no more than low 20's but at that high of a price point get a PPI.

    Make sure there is no rust or minimal to work with, everything else can be worked out but spend that hour with a qualified mechanic as 1969"s are straight forward.

    Good luck, Matt
    Matt Snyder
    Early S # 1902
    Montclair, NJ

    68 911 Sunroof coupe polo red
    65 MB 23O sl light ivory 4 spd

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    Even though the '67 motors were great motors, I don't see the 2.7 motor as a detriment, in a non-S car. It will be more fun to drive with the additional torque. I would get the body checked out very thoroughly. Have someone who knows check the kidney pans, behind the door latch panels, the rear torsion tube and the front suspension pan, for starters. A little bubbling on the bottom of the doors could be the tip of the iceberg. If it's really, really sound, then mid-20s sounds very reasonable. There is no amount of skepticism about rust that is too much, when you're looking at a SWB 911.

    Good luck with it. It sounds like a very cool car.
    Tom F.
    Long Beach, CA

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