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How Much for 911 SC/3.2 transplant?

I am planning to sell my 1980 911SC with a 1986 3.2 Motronic/915 transmission. A few details below:

Good paint - not show quality
Very fast and responsive.
83K miles but this is not accurate.
It does leak - a few drops when engine is hot.
shifts very well on all gears except when cold, you have to play with clutch to drive off of 1st gear.
Brand new: tires, shocks, dist. cap and rotors, brake pads.
couple of cracks on dash. tear on sunroof headliner.
stone chip on windshield.
interior in good condition otherwise.
no rust.
A/C, sunroof, power windows,
power locks - all electric works.

Is $14K too much ? All input very appreciated.

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Old 10-15-2005, 03:54 PM
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Sounds like a nice car. $14k is not too much for a nice car.
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I paid less, but $14K is a decent price. Can the oil leaks be fixed before selling? Mine is leak free, and that was a big deal for me to purchase it.
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I paid less, but $14K is a decent price. Can the oil leaks be fixed before selling? Mine is leak free, and that was a big deal for me to purchase it.
I could but I don't plan on spending anymore time and $ on this one. I have an eye on another project car.
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I think the cost of the conversion equals the cost to reseal the motor provided that's all it needs, replace the windshield and buy a good dash. Someone is out there looking for your car. Just advertise it as many places that you can think of.
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Sounds like a very fair price to me.
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I paid $11K for my 3.2L SC a few years ago, but yours looks nicer. Is that a front mounted oil cooler? $14K sounds right.
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I paid $11K for my 3.2L SC a few years ago, but yours looks nicer. Is that a front mounted oil cooler? $14K sounds right.
Thanks. There is a front oil cooler. This car is currently on the Porsche For Sale Forum.
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Sounds like a pretty good deal to me. I'd pay a few extra $$$ for a documented enthusiast car over a lot queen.

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fastteo - Did you also place it on the national PCA web site?

donstevens - Last time we spoke I thought we might be taking the 911 RSR back to next years LeMans classic, now it looks like we won't. Big bummer.
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