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    1972 911T coupe F/S

    Special opportunity for the individual who is knowledgible and sensitive to originality and documentation/history in their early 911, this '72 911 T just has that near perfect balance of excellent condition and gently used 'patina' (I know this is an over used term, but appliacable here, IMO) that you only stumble upon every once in a blue moon.

    Purchased new and owned for decades by a fastidious female buyer from Niello Porsche in Sacramento, CA and owed/traded to us here at Brumos by a very discriminating early 911 owner. The original hand written sales invoice lists the options as: 5 spd., special paint (silver metallic), leather Recaro sport seats, 6x15 alloy wheels, stabilizers F&R, Ant. w/ engine noise suppression, appearance group, tinted glass, rear collision bar, VPC air conditioning, and AM radio. The original warranty/use and care manuals, keys, tool kit, spare tire and wheel w/ original wheel balancing weights, on and on...

    I will post some picture here to give you an idea of what the car is, but please phone or mail me for in depth detail at: or

    Fairly priced at $39,959.00 plus any applicable taxes and fees.
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    additional photos...
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    more pix...
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    snap shots...
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    As good as these photos are, it drives down the road even better
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    What's a 72T doing with a front oil cooler? Is something not being mentioned about the engine? ;-)
    Last edited by gruen911; 12-05-2010 at 09:55 AM.

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    Fairly priced, IMO. Looks like a super nice car. I doubt Porsche dealers take in any cars of this vintage unless they are exceptionally nice.

    My parts fetcher: 2014 Tesla S | Currently building: 73 RSR tribute and 69 RS tribute

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    very nice car, I guess the A/C got deleted at some point.

    '73 S Targa #0830 2.7 MFI rebuilt to RS specs

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    Yes, smugglers door would have been silver.

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    1973E Coupe

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