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'82 Porsche 911 SC

Beautiful survivor! A great example of an unmolested, well-cared for SC. This car is worth the high end of the value range due to the low mileage and great overall condition, but especially because of the extensive mechanical work that was done in recent years. A couple of cracked heads studs (common issue with the SC's) led to the 'right thing to do' - a rebuild that included rebuilding the clutch, new suspension and brakes. This saves the buyer surprises. This car does not leak oil. It is solid, usually starts on the first try, idles well and is a pleasure to drive. It is a driver. The original paint is not perfect, but has a nice glossy depth to it. The a/c is not connected and functioning. All other know aspects of the car are functioning. The stereo has been replaced with an upgraded, current CD unit with bluetooth for music and phone usage (mic & speaker installed), new speakers. I also have the original color-matched headlight ring housings to go with the car. Thank you, Jeff
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Are you trying to sell it?

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If you're trying to sell it, you need to put it in the "FOR SALE" section, with a price.
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Now the for sale ad is 'mystery price.' Annoying.
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I apologize to all...

Obviously, I have technical issues. I was trying to post in the FOR SALE section
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Is it normal for you to not include a price? You aren't big on following instructions are you?
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usually starts on the first try
An admirable quality in any automobile.
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Is it normal for you to not include a price? You aren't big on following instructions are you?
Relax. He made a mistake...

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Is it normal for you to not include a price? You aren't big on following instructions are you?

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He is asking $34.5k. Underpriced IMO. It'll be sold quickly.
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I guess that did come across as kinda harsh....
No price is somewhat annoying, probably sell fast.
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I guess that did come across as kinda harsh....
No price is somewhat annoying, probably sell fast.
The FS forum requires that you list a price or they delete your thread. Not really harsh imo.
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The FS forum requires that you list a price or they delete your thread. Not really harsh imo.
I agree but was being nice to the guy that went out of his way to search the Web for a crying baby picture and upload it here.
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"usually starts on the first try"

An admirable quality in any automobile.
I don't care who you are -- that's funny.
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He is asking $34.5k. Underpriced IMO. It'll be sold quickly.
Damn right, 34.5k for a car that usually starts on the first try is a steal! For that price you normally get a car that starts at the first try one out of three times, if that.
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what are these low miles spoken of, don't see a number?
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My 912 rarely starts on the first try. It's called priming the carbs.
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