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Cool My Wife WTB Any 911 Under $10,000

My wife has recently become obsessed with finding a 911 after she went with me to a PCA event this past weekend. If you know of any cars, any years, at any mileages that would be under $10,000 please send me an email to brown@gillprop.com. Thank you for the time.

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Old 07-29-2014, 01:36 PM
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google 1999-2000 996, you will find plenty.
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google 1999-2000 996, you will find plenty.


Yeah, but then she'll need another 15 grand once the IMS bearing failure grenades the engine.
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Spend more unless you waste your to pay someone or spend your time fixing and paying out of your pocket. If it brakes down she will take it out on you.
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spend more unless you waste your to pay someone or spend your time fixing and paying out of your pocket.
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^^^^^
As per the sound advice of the prevous posts,
this is what you are likely to find......

And, the parts and service for a P-Car under 10K
will empty your checkbook in a hurry.

Also, might leave your wife stranded somewhere,
and not happy!

I do wish you luck in your search,

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Is that orange one still for sale? Does it start? How many mice live in it?
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All joking aside, you can probably get a nice roller (no motor/gearbox) for under 10 grand.

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BUT. You will need to do the brakes and bearings maybe new lines. Then whats next on the list? RUST.
Are you going to buy a running car or are you going to restore a car by the time you get done.
Just saying.
I've got bothg early and late cars and know what you can get into.
All I can say is look around and see whats out there and what shape it's in before you spend.
Good luck. Also the early cars in nice shape are mostly out of reach.

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That's what i'm sayin. I see later car as cheap.
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^^^^^
As per the sound advice of the prevous posts,
this is what you are likely to find......

And, the parts and service for a P-Car under 10K
will empty your checkbook in a hurry.

Also, might leave your wife stranded somewhere,
and not happy!

I do wish you luck in your search,

Gerry
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My answer would be a boxter.
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It can happen, but you have got to be lucky.

Don't forget eBay; I bought my high milage 1984 911 Targa on eBay 3 years ago for $10500 and the original motor is strong. Rust free California 1 owner car. Don't be afraid to ship one in and don't expect it to be perfect. Mine required some simple and not too expensive fixes to be drivable. Unfortunately, then I got the itch to drive it on the track and my wallet took a beating.

Your wife does know that A/C on these cars is practically non-existent, doesn't she? For a DD in the South, an older 911 would not be my first choice. Cool looking, yes, but the sweat rolling off your face is not cool.
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If you double your budget, you might have a shot.

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