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It's my understanding cabs started in the U.S. in late 84, but in Europe I think they were out in 83. What motor is in it? 3.2? It looks like you said it was a "turbo body". Just an idea, I paid less than well below 9k for my 84 911SC that was well optioned that include the wide polished color matched fuchs and a 930 turbo motor that needed the top end done. It also had a new clutch and trans rebuild. Recently I saw a 74 SC converted 911 (SC flares) with an 81 3.2 motor that ran well for $6700. I would have bought it,but I need to sell my 325. No room at the inn kind of thing... Good luck. Remeber buy well on the front end that's where it all starts. It should allow you to do repairs and possibly upgrades while staying "under market" should you need to get out.
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-84 911 Carrera w/ 930 t/p,efi'd,dizzy free,HFS turbo, 78 930 RoW no option sunroof coupe, 64 Corvette roadster, 71 911T, 73 911E, 67 Bronco survivor. 71 FJ40, 95 M3 (for sale)
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