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Old 07-01-2016, 02:24 PM
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FS 1970 911 T Coupe_Factory AC Car

Seems like a deal to me.
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Interesting about the add's emphasis on "factory a/c", but the compressor belt is missing, and by the looks of the York boat anchor and the band-aid repair of one of the condenser hose ends, many thousands would need to be spent to get the a/c functioning at a decent level.

Also, no mention if the huge, birdshat splat on the right rear quarter is included with the sale.
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That car is ugly...
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Interesting about the add's emphasis on "factory a/c", but the compressor belt is missing, and by the looks of the York boat anchor and the band-aid repair of one of the condenser hose ends, many thousands would need to be spent to get the a/c functioning at a decent level.

Also, no mention if the huge, birdshat splat on the right rear quarter is included with the sale.

Your ***post count*** prowess is commendable.

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Wow...that is ugly...

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Still available and amazing!

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Can someone in St Louis please check this GEM out in person?

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Ahhh yes - the twin turbo badged 912 with the rainbow warrior engine (Briggs & Stratton) bay!
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Backdated, kinda cool.

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My pals in Yurrup tell me this guy sells a ton of cars to buyers there and some call him "King of Rust."
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My pals in Yurrup tell me this guy sells a ton of cars to buyers there and some call him "King of Rust."

Most of these are in that category. Maybe when the bubble pops, there will be nicer cars here!

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OK, what's wrong with this one? Why don't I want it? Talk me out of doing something stupid.
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OK, what's wrong with this one? Why don't I want it? Talk me out of doing something stupid.
It's red.
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It's red.
Oh man, hilarious! Correct, the car in question would be more desirable if it was the color of either the result of reverse or downward peristalsis, right?!?! Oh ya', the color of shrubbery is a sure thing, too!!!
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OK, what's wrong with this one? Why don't I want it? Talk me out of doing something stupid.
Nothing wrong with that car. Sort it, drive it.

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