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    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
    PCAR Marketplace Website Auction
    1968 Porsche 2.0L 911 Karmann Coupe, Lot #V-0009231
    VIN: 11835562
    Engine: 3281511
    Trans: 3282640
    Color: Polo Red/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 65,590 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: TBD

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    This looks like a perfectly nice car. Am I missing something?
    Tom F.
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    It's been for sale a long time (low $100k range), I believe its been totally repainted and close ups show masking lines.
    Joe Annicelli
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    Polo Red/Black 1967 Porsche 911S Coupe "Walt"
    Black/Red 1967 Alfa GTJr. Coupe "Nero"
    Italian Red 1994 Ducati 900SS/SP looks fast standing still
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    Ahhhh the sixties... I envision myself one early Saturday morning with black frame glasses, plaid shorts, black shoes and white socks smoking a cigarette driving to a hardware store and buying a bag of nails... .

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    VIN: 302572
    Engine: 902739
    Gearbox: 223656
    Org. color: Irish Green
    Price: 119k$

    https://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifi...php?id=2459058


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    1967 Porsche 911s car comes with everything you see in the pictures. Solid body with no rot. Floors have been replaced. All glass is in good condition. Motor is not numbers matching. These cars are getting harder to find and worth a lot when finished. Car comes with a clear title. I can assist with worldwide shipping and have this car shipped right to your door. Message your location for a quote. $500 non refundable deposit with full payment in certified funds due within 7 days of auction close.

    For sale here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/224411195447

    BIN: 39,900$


    It seems Frank Beck has the matching engine case for this car.

    Any idea why the CoA mentions this as a "1967 911S Coupe"? It seems to be a 67 Normal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse-911E 1969 View Post
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    305109

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    1967 Porsche 911s car comes with everything you see in the pictures. Solid body with no rot. Floors have been replaced. All glass is in good condition. Motor is not numbers matching. These cars are getting harder to find and worth a lot when finished. Car comes with a clear title. I can assist with worldwide shipping and have this car shipped right to your door. Message your location for a quote. $500 non refundable deposit with full payment in certified funds due within 7 days of auction close.

    For sale here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/224411195447

    BIN: 39,900$


    It seems Frank Beck has the matching engine case for this car.

    Any idea why the CoA mentions this as a "1967 911S Coupe"? It seems to be a 67 Normal?
    I cannot make sence of the data tag as it has no "S" after 911. But the COA states it as a "S".
    LOOKING FOR 1967S TRANSMISSION #103586
    Looking For 1969T Engine #6195922
    Looking For 1969T Transmission #7194313

    Looking for 1969T Transmission #7195495
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcsracing1 View Post
    I cannot make sence of the data tag as it has no "S" after 911. But the COA states it as a "S".
    I discussed this with Dave, we assume an error in the CoA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse-911E 1969 View Post
    I discussed this with Dave, we assume an error in the CoA
    Any pic of the chassis stamp near the gas tank?
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    FS: @RM|Sotheby's Amelia Island - '66 2.0L 911 Coupe

    March 2019 - RM | Sotheby's - Amelia Island - Estimated at US$200,000 - $250,000 - NO SALE
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    RM | Sotheby's - Amelia Island May 22, 2021
    1966 Porsche 2.0L 911 Coupe, Lot 137
    VIN: 303482
    Engine: 903609
    Trans: 226976
    Color: Polo Red/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 84,314 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: US$150,000 - $175,000
    Sold for: TBD

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    Auction Description:

    A Carolina “barn-find” expertly revitalized in 2017
    Numbers-matching engine and gearbox
    Complete bare-metal lacquer re-paint; original interior
    Fastidiously preserved using all its original parts
    Accompanied by Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, spare, jack and tool roll, and restoration invoices

    This example is among the first 100 in that group, known as the “O” series. Completed 14 January 1966, it was painted Polo Red (6602) and trimmed in Black leatherette—then, as now, a popular combination. A tinted windshield and rear glass were the only options requested by its first owner, a resident of Dothan, Alabama.

    When the car was three years old, it was sold to an Eastern Airlines pilot from Fayetteville, North Carolina, and in 1980 it passed into the hands of Leonard Cummings of Marion, North Carolina. Eventually Mr. Cummings relocated to suburban Charlotte and around 1990 the car, still in very original condition and bearing a 1989 registration, was parked in a shed near Gastonia.

    Acquired by the current owners in 2016 after nearly three decades of storage, the Porsche was taken to their shop, given fresh gas and an oil change—and promptly fired right up. Surface concerns prompted them to give the 911 a bare-metal lacquer repaint (though no evidence of prior body damage was found); it was completely disassembled and then thoroughly rebuilt using all its original parts, aside from new seals around the windshield and rear glass.

    The interior was found to be in near-perfect original condition and was left as-is. It is not believed that the engine has ever been apart; even the paint on the air cleaner can is excellent. The original transmission received some new synchronizers. Further original components include all five wheels, still in excellent, unrestored condition, as well as factory lead weights in the front bumpers.

    After restoration, the car was presented at the Atlanta Concours in October 2017 and won its class. The plan was to trailer the Porsche back to North Carolina with several other cars that were being shown, but when a customer’s 550 Spyder developed mechanical issues on the road, the 911 was offloaded to make room for the Spyder. Without skipping a beat, it enjoyed a fast and trouble-free drive back to the Carolinas.

    With its beautiful repaint and all-original interior, this outstanding, numbers-matching two-liter 911 presents wonderfully throughout. It is supplied with a correct spare, jack, and tool roll, along with invoices relating to its recommissioning. It is ready to provide its next fortunate owner many more hours of driving enjoyment.
    Doug Dill

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

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    September 2013 - Listed on eBay
    March 2017 - RM|Sotheby's Amelia Island - Sold for US$192,500
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    RM|Sotheby Auction, Amelia Island, FL, 22 May 2021
    1966 Porsche 2.0L 911 Coupe, Lot 141
    VIN: 303058
    Engine: 903330
    Trans: -
    Color: Irish Green/Beige Leatherette
    Mileage: 00,371 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: US$175,000 - $225,000 (Without Reserve)
    Sold for: TBD

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    Auction Description:

    - An extremely desirable early 911, delivered new in the United States
    - Attractive and rare factory-correct color scheme of Irish Green over Beige
    - Powered by its numbers-matching engine
    - Benefits from a complete restoration and meticulous mechanical sorting

    This 911 was completed on 9 December 1965 in Irish Green with Beige Leatherette interior with an optional Webasto heater. It was originally sold to Joseph Thomas of New York and remained on the East Coast until it was sold to a long-term California owner in the 1980s. When this California owner decided to sell the car in 2013, it was in solid running and driving condition, though had been painted copper and fitted with a black interior.

    The previous owner decided to return this 911 to its original specifications and commenced a comprehensive nut-and-bolt restoration. The body was stripped down to bare metal and properly finished, and then repainted back to its factory-correct color of Irish Green. The numbers-matching, date-coded engine was completely rebuilt, including its Solex carburetors, and was fitted with new pistons. Even the car’s Webasto heater was rebuilt to factory specifications. NOS parts were used when possible, with no component said to have escaped scrutiny or redress. The previous owner made the tasteful decision to retrim the interior in its factory-correct Beige color, now rendered in leather in place of the original vinyl leatherette material.

    While under the consignor’s care, this early 911 has benefitted from further sorting completed by noted specialists at Parkhaus1 of Miami, Florida. In April 2019, the car was treated to a complete addressal of its electrical systems, including a new battery and an alternator rebuild. The hood was also treated to a paint correction regimen and ceramic coating at this time. In May 2020, this 911 returned to Parkhaus1 for a new upper valve cover gasket, servicing to its ignition system, and a carburetor rebuild with requisite adjustments and timing rendered upon reassembly. Included in the sale is a Certificate of Authenticity that confirms the car’s original color combination and powertrain stampings.
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    Doug Dill

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa View Post
    Any pic of the chassis stamp near the gas tank?
    No sorry Peter, the seller didn't provide a picture of the VIN.

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