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Prices that make me laugh

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....and the motor and brake shots.......


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$185k.....but what the fuch is up with the wheels.....

1967 911 "S" Polo Red and correct
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$185k.....but what the fuch is up with the wheels.....

1967 911 "S" Polo Red and correct
they look to be professionally done too. "paint to sample" perhaps?
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$185k.....but what the fuch is up with the wheels.....

1967 911 "S" Polo Red and correct
1st year Fuchs on a 67S were painted that way, one year only and that is correct stock.
Here is another one painted that way.
https://www.europeancollectibles.com/vehicles/367/1967-porsche-911s-coupe
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Thanks for the knowledge Ficke; first I've heard of that.

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1st year Fuchs on a 67S were painted that way, one year only and that is correct stock.
Here is another one painted that way.
https://www.europeancollectibles.com/vehicles/367/1967-porsche-911s-coupe
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Over a decade ago I sold a set of 5 of those in unrestored condition for $6000. They are kind of special.
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No accidents reported!

https://www.ebay.com/itm/911/282958216749?hash=item41e19fbe2d:g:wAIAAOSw1t9a8ma y&vxp=mtr

"This 930 is a factory M505 car that was wrecked in the 90s. At the time, the car was not insured (ouch) and the accident was not reported. The title and car fax are both clean. Obviously, this is a big project but also an unusual opportunity. Several recent auction sales have these in the mid $300k range. This will not be a cheap restoration but there should be ample value for it to make sense. VIN number WP0EB0931JSXXXXXX."

How do you untwist a car?
Not a bad deal, sure you could go buy a turbo that has not been wrecked for the same amount of money, but then you would not have that weekend project your looking for.
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/911/282958216749?hash=item41e19fbe2d:g:wAIAAOSw1t9a8ma y&vxp=mtr

"This 930 is a factory M505 car that was wrecked in the 90s. At the time, the car was not insured (ouch) and the accident was not reported. The title and car fax are both clean. Obviously, this is a big project but also an unusual opportunity. Several recent auction sales have these in the mid $300k range. This will not be a cheap restoration but there should be ample value for it to make sense. VIN number WP0EB0931JSXXXXXX."

How do you untwist a car?
Not a bad deal, sure you could go buy a turbo that has not been wrecked for the same amount of money, but then you would not have that weekend project your looking for.
That is ludicrous. That is not what is considered repairable. I think if you subtracted the 1 in the beginning of the price it might sell for parts at best. As you said a cabrio slant is trading for about $125-150k
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Looks like a “Re-body”’candidate. I didn’t realize factory slant nose cars had pulled $350k at auction.
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/911/282958216749?hash=item41e19fbe2d:g:wAIAAOSw1t9a8ma y&vxp=mtr

"This 930 is a factory M505 car that was wrecked in the 90s. At the time, the car was not insured (ouch) and the accident was not reported. The title and car fax are both clean. Obviously, this is a big project but also an unusual opportunity. Several recent auction sales have these in the mid $300k range. This will not be a cheap restoration but there should be ample value for it to make sense. VIN number WP0EB0931JSXXXXXX."

How do you untwist a car?
Not a bad deal, sure you could go buy a turbo that has not been wrecked for the same amount of money, but then you would not have that weekend project your looking for.
I think he put one too many zeros on that price.
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I'd be interested to see the auction results they are talking about. There's one here for sale under $200k, and it looks to be pretty nice. You'd need some crazy ownership history or less than 5000 documented miles to hit mid 300s, IMO.
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So like I said, crazy low miles... Can't make a twisted hulk of a wreck into an all original low mileage car. They are only original once.
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Twisted wreck guy has some competition

https://www.ebay.com/itm/911-930-Turbo-M505/253612569038?hash=item3b0c7cb1ce:g:v3oAAOSwacJa8z-1&vxp=mtr
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^^^ . Hmmm, 18,000 mile ball of metal or the 31,000 mile near perfect car
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How about this: https://www.ccsmotors.com/2009-porsc...peed-c-176.htm

One year older but half the mileage as one I passed on recently which sold for $42K. Otherwise nearly identical -even has the same '911' badge on the rear deck. My feeling is that it's priced about $10K to high -am I right??
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The price may or may not be funny, but the description is.
Major rust repairs are not my idea of a light restoration.

https://www.thesamba.com/vw/classifieds/detail.php?id=2137634

1970 Porsche 911E Right Hand Drive Price: 59500
This rare Right Hand Drive 1970 Porsche 911E Coupe comes in its original color code#2323 Tangerine with black interior. It was built in Great Britain and still retains its U.K license plates. It comes equipped with a model and period correct engine and transmission, drivers side sport seat and Fuchs wheels. A very rare opportunity as early right-hand-drive long hoods for restoration are nearly impossible to find. An excellent example for light restoration.



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