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I have a box full of 911 guages 69 and up, mixed bag, 50.00 each or 500. Plus shipping takes them all
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I'll take all of them

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Whoever buys this, I could use an early 70's tach. Either E or S.
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Well that was a deal. Should have been looking. Thanks Rob.
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Good deal for they are running around 150 to 400 each gauge these days - 500 for ALL x 21 all together - price running from little over 6k to 8K or more worth in total that is if I am correct - JBell won the bet!
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Good deal for they are running around 150 to 400 each gauge these days - 500 for ALL x 21 all together - price running from little over 6k to 8K or more worth in total that is if I am correct - JBell won the bet!



Every time I see the above messages that are so “informative” right after a sale not in the hands of the buyer is like a low pro hating tactic. At least the way I see it

If you search Arad and a couple of other guys they post this type of response religiously but never when they score
Take this with a grain of salt it’s double edged when the information is correct.


The above gauges are total cores not the expensive type like arad describes
It is a fair deal. It nothing that can’t be found on here or swapmeet

$50 is the core value of these things
Yes some particular gauges are worth more than $50 but for the most part they are all cores. Cores rattling inside aren’t $400 gauges
A tested perfect working not rusted, new quartz ext yeah ok $400 for certain ones

This is a fair lot, I won’t say what I use to pay for “good cores” but this is fair for both
Being that I have purchased literally thousands of gauges at a time for resto mod companies worldwide
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Efren - like I said "that is IF I am correct" meaning could be right or wrong but since you mentioned you have purchased thousands of gauges based on your past experience are right along on the line as being "core" value as pictured here -

I may be wrong here for what is "actual" dollar value but other than that if they are restored or in perfect cond. so what is actual value for each gauge ?? - You may know more than I do - I just based on the sight here as a good deal for 21x's gauges as pictured that a buyer just purchased a whole deal package 500 and may be restored down the road to pay off itself after selling one or two gauges and rest you figure for what is worth as in total dollar value on the rest of gauges (restored).
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In Germany, these oil displays are at 250-300 the piece, the watches at 200, Tachos to 500 euros the piece.
a really good deal.
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Just to add a little reality into this thread, I bought a small group of gauges from someone last year: an early SWB Speedo, a 71 speedo, a clock, a combo gas/oil gauge, a oil temp/oil pressure gauge, for $175 shipped. All of the gauges needed to be restored (just like all of these). That cost just over $1500 plus postage. The SWB speedo sold for $575. The 71 Speedo I kept, each of the combo gauges sold for $225. And the clock went for $175. All of these were completely restored. No one is paying 500€ for a combo oil pressure/oil temp gauge in Europe. I just sold a completely restored combo gauge to a guy in the Netherlands. I was looking for 275€. I ended up with 215€, and he was the only potential buyer above 200€. Even with the great deal I got on the gauges, it wasn't a great investment. I got a restored 71 speedo out of the deal, and the good feeling that I saved a few gauges for the Porsche community. The most valuable gauges are the speedos. And there were only 2 here in the lot that was bought.

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