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Yikes this ones scary
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1998-PORSCHE-911-RARE-TARGA-TURBO-S-BODY-AND-ENGINE_W0QQitemZ180075707881QQihZ008QQcategoryZ101 56QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
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I'll have it - looks okay to me. Interesting to put turbo parts on a 993 targa, but why not.
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That thing looks scary to me, rode hard and put away wet type scary. Oh yea they totaled the car and all it needed was a fender and a bumper cover. Come on who in their right mind would believe that one?

Cool idea just a mix of so much and too many stories
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I'll have it - looks okay to me. Interesting to put turbo parts on a 993 targa, but why not.
+1 - I'll take it....not at that price, but nicely done!
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I like it a lot. not sure about the details but at first glance;
Hell Yeah!
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Seems like a lot of $$$ to put into a salvage-title car. The right side still shows a few "scars" from the prior incident.
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Seems like a lot of $$$ to put into a salvage-title car. The right side still shows a few "scars" from the prior incident.
If you read the auction, the dent pictured is from a broom handle falling against the car.
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That broom must be 100lbs
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If you read the auction, the dent pictured is from a broom handle falling against the car.
Doubt it. Look at the bottom of the side valance, it is scratched as well.
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Point is, the damage present on the car now is most likely not the damage that caused the car to receive a salvage title...and how is a scrape on a lower front valance possibly related to a dent on the upper rear fender?

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I dunno, it went down to the plastic
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