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Porsche Crest value of 1968 Porsche 911 L

I may want to sell a 68 911 L with a sportomatic. It's in very original condition; it runs, although the transmission is slipping. It has 5 original factory fuchs, the body is straight, and has the usual rust.
The interior is in good condition. The seats are in good condition.
With restoration would be a very nice car.

What would be the minimum and maximum price I could expect from this? Additional photos are available, just need to get them under 2 mb.......so I can email them to you.

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Would $500.00 be a good starting point???
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for 500, i might let you have the fuchs.....
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What happened to taking advantage of this great barn find and restoring it?
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keeping it

we may still keep it. decisions decisions. time is a big issue

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That is good. You would have been sorry especially since your purchase price was soooo low. Have fun with her!
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Iam in Louisville and might be interested what are you looking to get for it?
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A little friendly advice: Serious buyers appreciate serious sellers. If you have made up your mind to sell it, say so. If you haven't, say that. But the whole "maybe want to sell it, maybe don't" tends to discourage people from taking any serious interest in the car because there's no indication that the time they spend researching it, asking you about it, having a PPI performed or any other prepurchase diligence will be time invested in an outcome.

Not trying to be a jerk, just giving you some guidance that may be helpful in the even that you decide to sell, or not.

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no offense taken.....i hear what you are saying. been thinking out loud i guess. we were thinking for quite a while. was asking questions. had an ad. took it off. we are selling, just don't have an ad. thanks : )
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value of 911 L

i found history of a 911 L that sold in 2002 at auction for 4800.
appears to be in worse condition than ours.
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So what sort of range did you come up with?

I meant to sell mine last year and got side tracked... I definitely need to sell it this spring. Figuring out values of L's seems to be tough as they seem to not sell very often and when they do they seem to be real fix-er-uppers.
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Noah, 2002...

Check this thread azsky started for pics and a discussion of her quandry:

http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsche-911-technical-forum/328828-most-desirable-porsche-model-5.html#post3098315

And here's her husbands thoughts on the car:

1968 911l

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thanks dueller. you've been a big help in my quandry. lol

it appears that this car would go for about 5k.
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lol...azsky, sarcasm doesn't become you

$5K may be about right as she sits. A very presentable cosmetic/mechanical "driver" restoration will run you $10-25K depending on how much of the work you guys do yourself. And then you'd have a car that was worth $15-20K(?) in todays market...guessing here.

So, what have you and Jeff decided to do?
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