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part out-rebuild or other option? +Values

Long story shorter-- sealed auction for a 1977 targa. from long term indoor storage 15+ years, non running partially disassembled engine. Most parts look to be included. Otherwise a complete car. Not rusty, solid car. matching # engine and body panels. fair paint, fair to good interior. NO TITLE. Everybody like to make money but we all like Porsches also. What is a good bid $? So many unknowns and no title. Not Porsches finest years either, but it is still a Porsche 911.

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$10000 assuming you're looking for a project like this or are in the parts business
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No title? Then selling the tub is out of the question. Selling the doors, lids, fenders will net you around $3K maybe. A disassembled 2.7? Worth not much, maybe $2K with all the parts including CIS and fan.

I wouldn't pay more than $7K, and then you gotta sell it all, strip it all, box it all, and then count your return, which won't be much.
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Can you get a title?
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In some states like CT there is no title for old cars. They are sold on a bill of sale and registration.
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In some states like CT there is no title for old cars. They are sold on a bill of sale and registration.
I bought a 77 911S from Connecticut couple of months ago, it did have an OLD TITLE that wasn't even in the current owners name- so it was just there as an extra, all that mattered was the registration.

That being said, they are mid years but values have been going up on mid years the past few months more than SC's .. if you get it for 10-12k i think you would still be good - i just sold a 75 targa mid year with seized engine for 22k
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Thanks for thoughts. I am not sure if I can get a title, that of course would be my first avenue, but the situation isn't quite clear as of yet so I was looking for the worse case scenario
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