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FenderGuy 01-28-2004 06:02 PM

1973 Porsche : 911 Carrera RS
Who wants it? 493

Jim Richards 01-28-2004 06:07 PM

I want it. Who'll buy it for me?

geof33 01-28-2004 06:11 PM

I love the "no DEAD bidder" policy.:eek:

tangerine911e 01-28-2004 06:12 PM

Hmmm. The whole deal sounds suspect. No complete pics of the car, no real details and a fudged VIN. And in Japan. I'm sure someone with a car like that would know more about what they have.

Very strange.


FenderGuy 01-28-2004 06:14 PM

I think the damage alone is ??????

typ550 01-28-2004 06:20 PM

there is a good thread on this on the early S registry. looks pretty suspect to me, but what do i know?

tangerine911e 01-28-2004 06:21 PM


I love the "no DEAD bidder" policy.
LOL. classic. I was looking for the cash up front option!


dtw 01-28-2004 06:21 PM

I see a whole bunch of details out of whack with that car. Looks like a nice attempt at a replica but I am not buying the authenticity. I'm looking forward to seeing GeorgeK tearing this car apart...where are you George??

FenderGuy 01-28-2004 06:22 PM

I think the damage alone is ??????

pwd72s 01-28-2004 06:29 PM

A link to the S registry thread...I'd suggest anybody thinking of bidding read this before doing so...some of the posters on this thread ARE RS guys...

onewhippedpuppy 01-28-2004 07:14 PM

Well Fender, you still need a 911, right?:D Who needs a cab when you could have an RS? A little out of your price range, but some things are worth borrowing for, right?;)

FenderGuy 01-28-2004 07:18 PM

Matt yeah i still a need a 911 lol ...i would rather have a cab ( ok all flames here) theres a couple around the san diego area that come to light to me

FenderGuy 01-28-2004 07:19 PM bf&lat=1075349838&hm___action=http%3a%2f%2fcgi%2ee bay%2ecom%2fws%2feBayISAPI%2edll%3fViewItem%26item %3d2457165338 i like that

FenderGuy 01-28-2004 07:19 PM

but i think the owners knows crap about the car

unimog 01-28-2004 08:43 PM

Scam Alert
I see this all the time with motorcycles on eBay. The scams always seem to include shipping from some far away land in the auction price. The long nose guys have it pretty well covered on that board from the tech side, but even a newbie would have to ask, why only closes-ups. Even the emailed stuff is all close-ups! I would not touch it with a 3.0478 meter pole <i>(Japan, so metric)</i>.
The current high bidder 'ski88800' is also "bidding" on a 1965 I should have such tough decisions.

Sonic dB 01-28-2004 08:50 PM

$65K for a piece of sh-t. You can have it.

real550A 01-28-2004 09:34 PM

Is he saying the repair parts came with the 0068 vin? What's that 0030021 number?
Sounds to me like the repair front clip is from a Carrera, and the rest of the car isn't. Maybe I'm confused.
I'd never bid on this one without viewing in person!

fryardds 01-29-2004 04:53 AM

Really no one knows what that 7 digit # is. Is it a correct numbered factory supplied replacement part that is crossed out and then restamped with the VIN # of the car? Very suspect especially in light of no documentation to prove it.

Here are 2 other auctions from the same seller/agent. One completed and did not meet reserve. The other active.

'57 Jaguar XK 150

1990 (or is it 1900) Marco?

My request for a dash board located production # has not been answered. It is either a total fraud or an RS with a bunch of 'stories'.

Joe Bob 01-29-2004 06:31 AM

Love them Sopranos....

Rick Lee 01-29-2004 06:32 AM

I have a very Porsche-knowledgeable friend who just happens to be in Japan for the next few weeks. I sent him the link. Maybe he can check it out for us.

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