Porsche for sale of the day..........

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It sold for £27,200 plus premium, so a smidge under 30k.
gridgway wrote:Not sure I like targas or sportos, but this looks nice to me...
https://collectingcars.com/for-sale/197 ... port-targa
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Looks nice that. Great value if you fancy a summertime cruiser. The sporto works much better in the 3 litre cars than earlier ones, it rather suits their lazier, torquier character.
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Hmmm. This or Mike's soft window targa. Tough choice for someone

https://www.sports-purpose.com/cars-for ... he-911-s-2

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UNICORN AVAILABLE... BE QUICK!!!

It's a very sad day for me. A unicorn has become available, and I have literally just sunk my last available money into something else otherwise I would be buying this unseen :(

Maybe my loss is your gain.

1970 911 2.2S original matching numbers with MFI intact, bargain price $67,500 I think the price was, ripe for restoration:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/gullwingm ... 300678060/

Non-runner. Interior looks very original. Has been forward-dated presumably in the 1970s. Floor and chassis look remarkably original and solid on the face of it.

Chassis # 9110310127
Engine # 6300341

At that price I suspect this will be available for a matter of hours.

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A non-running forward-dated Targa in the US for $67.5K - doesn't sound much of a bargain to me ...

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Lightweight_911 wrote:.
A non-running forward-dated Targa in the US for $67.5K - doesn't sound much of a bargain to me ...

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Maybe I need to take heed of this decision tree.

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Back on the hunt for something aircooled :) Will keep an eye on here!
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Jay wrote:Back on the hunt for something aircooled :) Will keep an eye on here!
There appears to be a no reserve yellow 2.7 project car on ebay at the moment if you want something to put your own mark on.

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1988 3.2 Carrera backdate, Black
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IS NOTHING SACRED??? Seems even the 550 Sypder isn't immune from the forward-date

https://www.goodingco.com/lot/1956-porsche-550-spyder

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Done back when owners, like now, just wanted the latest and best

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RobFrost wrote: Tue Aug 02, 2022 9:26 am
Jay wrote:Back on the hunt for something aircooled :) Will keep an eye on here!
There appears to be a no reserve yellow 2.7 project car on ebay at the moment if you want something to put your own mark on.

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The targa-now-convertible? Looking for a coupe :-)
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Hugo 356 wrote: Wed Aug 03, 2022 3:37 pm IS NOTHING SACRED??? Seems even the 550 Sypder isn't immune from the forward-date

https://www.goodingco.com/lot/1956-porsche-550-spyder

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If that's the car I think it is, I saw it in the flesh a decade or so ago, and it was one of the most desirable things id ever seen......and it remains so.....W
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Jay wrote: Wed Aug 03, 2022 4:05 pm
RobFrost wrote: Tue Aug 02, 2022 9:26 am
Jay wrote:Back on the hunt for something aircooled :) Will keep an eye on here!
There appears to be a no reserve yellow 2.7 project car on ebay at the moment if you want something to put your own mark on.

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The targa-now-convertible? Looking for a coupe :-)
Yes - weld a roof on.
1970 911T, Signal orange (Restoration thread)
1988 3.2 Carrera backdate, Black
2001 996 Turbo, Lapis blue (am I allowed to put that here?)
I'm looking for a pre-impact bumper 911S or other high-revving 911 to restore - please let me know if you see one.
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