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It looks like M2 has a shadow!

Old 05-11-2020, 06:29 PM
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I sold my girlfriends cab, same year with a linen interior. Ours was dark blue. It was a solid car, with rebuilt engine, new clutch and top. It was high mileage, and many previous owners. This was right before they started increasing in value. We got 13k, and it didn’t have any rust. I believe we sent it to Arizona. Just our luck, soon after that, the prices went through the roof. Wish we had that car back, as she now has a 996 cab, which is a PITA for me because I have to work on it.
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Ru-roh, Arbee. You have dared question the great Matt Monson's wisdom (he went to Cal and everything dontchaknow?) Now all his high school mean girl friends will forever hate you.
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When does the pissing contest begin ?
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I sold my girlfriends cab, same year same color, with a linen interior. The color is dark blue. It was a solid car, with rebuilt engine, new clutch and top. It was high mileage. This was right before they started increasing in value. We got 13k, and it didnít have any rust.
13k?
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When does the pissing contest begin ?
A vintage, naturally aspirated 911 can't carry a Turbo's jock! Plus, Targas SUCK!!!

There you go, pNutz!
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Sounds like you have something of an answer; maybe 40k on the high side if the rust is dealt with, 30ish if sold as is and the rust isn't pervasive. If the rust is bad it could be a lot less. Cabs go for less than coupes or Targas, rusty cars for less than clean ones.

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A vintage, naturally aspirated 911 can't carry a Turbo's jock! Plus, Targas SUCK!!!

There you go, pNutz!
Targas are for fun, enough said.

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Show the car some love. If you are incapable of that- then sell it. Why let it waste away...
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A vintage, naturally aspirated 911 can't carry a Turbo's jock! Plus, Targas SUCK!!!

There you go, pNutz!
The Targa thing really hurts!
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The Targa thing really hurts!
Ha ha - ol' pNutz has a flexy Targuuuuuu, albeit in the best 911 color, so that was a lil' chain yank meant just for him (not like THAT! ).
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The car will sell for $25,000 to $30,000 as is.... It shows worn out.
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I could be wrong about it’s condition. I’d still like to see it cleaned up, and the seat covers removed, etc. I’ve misjudged a car from a few pictures before.
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Iíd still like to see it cleaned up, and the seat covers removed, etc.
No doubt..... the proper repair of the rocker can be pricey.
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These cars are undervalued. If there's a sweet 88 Cab around for $35K, you'll steal it at that price.
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The car will sell for $25,000 to $30,000 as is.... It shows worn out.
Guess I overvalue these things. The OP's car looks 'well used', so $35K could be right. I just never could get past a 3.2 for that kind of money. In a warm, sunny climate like Arbee's San Diego, they would never have to put the top up and get a great driving car year round.

I've owned 3 911 Cabs and love them. The weak link is always the cost and quality of replacing the top. Be nice to have one in FLA, but sorry Arbee, my garage is full.

Still, a high quality air cooled Cab for $35K sounds cheap.
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Mileage? looks to be 130,000ish...
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Guess I overvalue these things. The OP's car looks 'well used', so $35K could be right. I just never could get past a 3.2 for that kind of money. In a warm, sunny climate like Arbee's San Diego, they would never have to put the top up and get a great driving car year round.

I've owned 3 911 Cabs and love them. The weak link is always the cost and quality of replacing the top. Be nice to have one in FLA, but sorry Arbee, my garage is full.

Still, a high quality air cooled Cab for $35K sounds cheap.
My thinking too, plus itís G50. Itís not an SC cab. Also, my suggested numbers are always a ďlist it atĒ, though I donít always say it that way. I tend to start at 10-15% over what Iím really willing to sell a car for. If someone comes and looks, says it needs, this, this, and that, Iíll give you $37,000, Iím sold.
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Get it running.
Get it detailed.
Get a pro photographer.
Sell it.
Move on with your life.
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Get it running.
Get it detailed.
Get a pro photographer.
Sell it.
Move on with your life.
How about the hole in the door jamb? I would fix it......

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