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71 911T targa

I have a 71 911T Targa that in trying to put a value on. Im basicly looking for a low to high range. ie. what would you consider a steal buy, and what would you consider a highest price paid.

its a running driving project car that has some rust issues and needs carb tuning.

it has a/c, 5speed, orginal 2.2 w/ zeniths. mostly original car. brakes are good, engine seems very sound other then carb related rough reving and aceleration.

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71' 911T Targa, current toy.
86.5 928s traded for new 911
71 911 Targa w/ gas burners, PMO's, *sold*
Lamborghini diablo replica w/ 350 V8
85.5' 944 n/a euro ( gave to dad )
87 fiero cp. candy blue, chrome 16's
90' DSM 24psi. 18G fmic,
82' benz 300sd turbo, intercooled.
73' Karmann Ghia cab. sold
04' Standard 250s ox, euro bb 28/10 gearing, odyssey, profile, 29lbs,
check out www.vintagevwcars.com


wanted: 914, 944, 928 project
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71' 911T Targa, current toy.
86.5 928s traded for new 911
71 911 Targa w/ gas burners, PMO's, *sold*
Lamborghini diablo replica w/ 350 V8
85.5' 944 n/a euro ( gave to dad )
87 fiero cp. candy blue, chrome 16's
90' DSM 24psi. 18G fmic,
82' benz 300sd turbo, intercooled.
73' Karmann Ghia cab. sold
04' Standard 250s ox, euro bb 28/10 gearing, odyssey, profile, 29lbs,
check out www.vintagevwcars.com


wanted: 914, 944, 928 project
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71' 911T Targa, current toy.
86.5 928s traded for new 911
71 911 Targa w/ gas burners, PMO's, *sold*
Lamborghini diablo replica w/ 350 V8
85.5' 944 n/a euro ( gave to dad )
87 fiero cp. candy blue, chrome 16's
90' DSM 24psi. 18G fmic,
82' benz 300sd turbo, intercooled.
73' Karmann Ghia cab. sold
04' Standard 250s ox, euro bb 28/10 gearing, odyssey, profile, 29lbs,
check out www.vintagevwcars.com


wanted: 914, 944, 928 project
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71' 911T Targa, current toy.
86.5 928s traded for new 911
71 911 Targa w/ gas burners, PMO's, *sold*
Lamborghini diablo replica w/ 350 V8
85.5' 944 n/a euro ( gave to dad )
87 fiero cp. candy blue, chrome 16's
90' DSM 24psi. 18G fmic,
82' benz 300sd turbo, intercooled.
73' Karmann Ghia cab. sold
04' Standard 250s ox, euro bb 28/10 gearing, odyssey, profile, 29lbs,
check out www.vintagevwcars.com


wanted: 914, 944, 928 project
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and now for the not so pretty stuff.

note that oddly only the drivers side fender and torsion mount area have visible rust. somehow the passenger side of the car looks like a entire different car. the jack support is rough on the drivers side, but the passenger side is solid also.








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71' 911T Targa, current toy.
86.5 928s traded for new 911
71 911 Targa w/ gas burners, PMO's, *sold*
Lamborghini diablo replica w/ 350 V8
85.5' 944 n/a euro ( gave to dad )
87 fiero cp. candy blue, chrome 16's
90' DSM 24psi. 18G fmic,
82' benz 300sd turbo, intercooled.
73' Karmann Ghia cab. sold
04' Standard 250s ox, euro bb 28/10 gearing, odyssey, profile, 29lbs,
check out www.vintagevwcars.com


wanted: 914, 944, 928 project

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still no opinions? umm.. please? :P
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71' 911T Targa, current toy.
86.5 928s traded for new 911
71 911 Targa w/ gas burners, PMO's, *sold*
Lamborghini diablo replica w/ 350 V8
85.5' 944 n/a euro ( gave to dad )
87 fiero cp. candy blue, chrome 16's
90' DSM 24psi. 18G fmic,
82' benz 300sd turbo, intercooled.
73' Karmann Ghia cab. sold
04' Standard 250s ox, euro bb 28/10 gearing, odyssey, profile, 29lbs,
check out www.vintagevwcars.com


wanted: 914, 944, 928 project
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I think the rust on your car is your worst issue. It's still a pretty car though...

I'd say a steal would maybe be in the $4000-5000 range and a high end price might be $7000 to $8000... I base this off of the fact that my brother bought a 1970 T with 80k on the clock with zero rust, but evidence of a rear hit for $10,500 in your state. He spent $1200 having the carbs and motor tuned but otherwise it's a good driver quality car with no major issues looming. The rust repair on your car may be expensive and may deter some people.

I mean no disrepect! Only trying to help!

Jay
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Thanks for the reply jay. its comforting to hear that its still within the value of the very nice 86.5 928s that i traded for it. i know 911's are supposed to be the porsche to own. but man that 928 was nice. it was a difficult desision trading it and i was hoping i didnt screw myself on the deal. btw heres a link to the 928 i traded.
wtt. very nice 86.5 928S for 356 or 911
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71' 911T Targa, current toy.
86.5 928s traded for new 911
71 911 Targa w/ gas burners, PMO's, *sold*
Lamborghini diablo replica w/ 350 V8
85.5' 944 n/a euro ( gave to dad )
87 fiero cp. candy blue, chrome 16's
90' DSM 24psi. 18G fmic,
82' benz 300sd turbo, intercooled.
73' Karmann Ghia cab. sold
04' Standard 250s ox, euro bb 28/10 gearing, odyssey, profile, 29lbs,
check out www.vintagevwcars.com


wanted: 914, 944, 928 project
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I don't kinow if I would be so kean on this car. The rust is in the rear torsion bar area which use to be the kiss of death. That reapir work will cost seriuous money to fix correctly. When ten dust settles, you still are left with a 2.2T targa, which is one of the least desirable of the early 911 cars.
Don't get me wrong, I thin k all early 911's are worth saving. But some of those worth saving require deeper pockets than others. And some are better investments than others...

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