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'66 roller 911 for sale

'66 911 roller/shell for sale. clean B.C. registration. $1200. if you want to see a specific area let me know. no drivetrain. some interior bits. not terrible but not great either. do-able as a resto. Don.













Old 09-23-2007, 10:27 PM
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What's rust like on the frame/ tub?
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That price is way too cheap
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I'll take it!
but how the hell do I get it here....
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I can't PM you, your mailbox is full.
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Nice find Don contact me.Richard
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GUYS! look at the post date!!!!!

that was a fair price a decade ago.

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OMG... why the hell did someone bump a FS thread from 10 years ago???

Oh well, too good to be true. Thanks Don
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At the end of it all, I'm sure we all got a chuckle out of that one.

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But the he did it 3 time for 3 post .Thanks for your time now you have to empty your PM box and clear your e-mail.
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I was certainly pretty confused this morning by all the PM's/emails

the 'bumper' made the classic newbie mistake

and it really didn't help to remind me of another of the cars that I maybe should have kept
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Ha ha, a great way to start a Monday morning! Thanks for the laugh!
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That price is way too cheap
ahaha it all makes sense now!
I was half wanting that car for $1200 and half feeling bad the op did not know the cars value- I couldn't run with it.

hard pill to swallow for the op :/ such is life right?
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I could have bought a nice complete '66 912 with not matching engine on a pallet. Colour change, but no rust, perfect chrome, interior, with a tank cut in for a /6, etc....real nice car.
I passed on it because of above and it was only a 912.

About 7 years ago, I could have picked it up for less than $9K
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I paid $500 for that car. sold it six months later and doubled my money. so all good
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