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911 "turbo" value

Time to get a value together for my car as I often think about scaling back.

Here are the details

Body 1977 coupe
Black respray a few years back with steel turbo flares. IT is a great 5 footer but if you get close you can see some solvent pops but everyone whom sees the car says it looks awesome. I resprayed it in my "booth" with dupount chromasystem
No rust anywhere except a a minimal amount where the old acid battery was But it was only surface rust which I removed and repainted

All new rubber seals inside and out

New windshield with windshield trim as well

New carpet in front trucnk and in car

stock seats(front) redone 4 years ago no tears and done by hand by a local guy they are very nice

dash pad is 8 out of 10 as it had a few scratches from what looks like someones ring but no cracks anywhere

NHS boost guage but no other mods inside. overall interior is 9-10

Body is very straight just not a perfect paint job


SUSPENSION

rear coil over Bilstien from rebel racing
sway away spring plates and poly bushings
front suspension is stock but New ball joints and (new 4 years ago) turbo tie rod setup

Wheels

16X9 and 16X7 fuchs with 2 in and 1 inch spacers respectivly with all new wheel studs as well

Transmission

915 tranny out of 79 SC with new rebuilt half shafts and new sachs clutch and new clutch cable and throwout arm
brass bushings in coupler and siene shifter

Ignition

2 MSD 6al and 2 msd blaster 3 coils with supertec 12 plug dizzy
supertec 12 plug wire set ups as well

Fuel

MS1(bitz racing setup originally) Upgraded(mapped) for the turbo setup with 3.2 intake and 30lb injectors
GSF full bay intercooler
50mm Tial BOV

Engine
98mm je 8-1 CR pistons
98mm QSC cylinders
reconditioned and balnce rods from supertec
steel head studs
sc oil pump modded to flow 30% more from suertec
twin plug heads from 81sc(small port for good off boost response) mildly ported/polished. the second plug is 12mm
stock sc crank with new bearings of course

Exhaust
ssi/930 heat exchangers (321 stainless not the typical 304) with ssi 347 cast y and and all M&K custom exhaust from there back
46mm tial WG
WG dumps out stock tail pipe exit and turbo exits mirrored side
Turbonetics T4 to4e


This car right now has about 300HP at .5 bar but is capable of allot more with a bit of a tune and fully capable of .7-.8 bar of boost with its build internally. I will post a few older pictures but pretty close to how it is now
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here are a few older pics






Oh yes the Car has 109,000 miles on it and less the 8K on the engine. the car is from CA
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I think you should try to sell the car here as opposed to in the real world where buyers are looking for bargains. You have a lot of cred here, maybe not so much on fleabay/cracklist...

Try some word of mouth advertising. People here will appreciate the car for what it is. You can get a premium here due to trust.

EDIT: Nice car by the way, I am sure that somebody will like it a lot.

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Don't worry about a flame suit that you edited out. I know what a similar car just sold for to the UK and that is the ball park I was thinking though I probably won't sell just wanted in impartial ballpark/value as thinking of bringing up the agreed value for insurance. we all know its worth a bunch more in pieces though
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Don't worry about a flame suit that you edited out. I know what a similar car just sold for to the UK and that is the ball park I was thinking though I probably won't sell just wanted in impartial ballpark/value as thinking of bringing up the agreed value for insurance. we all know its worth a bunch more in pieces though
Thanks buddy, I think somebody around here will dig that car.

I would love to add another but I just checked my 201K. Ha.
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It is a great 5 footer but if you get close you can see some solvent pops
I had a girlfriend like that once!
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