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Screwdriver value?

I see some going for crazy money. Any ideas what this one is and value?
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Looks exactly like the one I have from my 68 912. No idea of value.
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repros go for $155, is your original?
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I think so. How do you tell?
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Just looking at the pic, I'm pretty confident that's an original one from 1969.
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So, a grand then?

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Thanks.
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you gotta be kidding me!!! kickin myself for handing over a complete tool set when I sold the racecar! it was pristine! it was only from a 78, but 78 will be like 69 in 9 years....

save the more SC's were produced market correction formula... I wanna believe!

the new to me 75 has an unmolested TK.... hhhmmmm? it is a bastard ya know
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you gotta be kidding me!!! kickin myself for handing over a complete tool set when I sold the racecar! it was pristine! it was only from a 78, but 78 will be like 69 in 9 years....

save the more SC's were produced market correction formula... I wanna believe!

the new to me 75 has an unmolested TK.... hhhmmmm? it is a bastard ya know
I just bought a middie tool kit for $350.
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you gotta be kidding me!!! kickin myself for handing over a complete tool set when I sold the racecar! it was pristine! it was only from a 78, but 78 will be like 69 in 9 years....

save the more SC's were produced market correction formula... I wanna believe!

the new to me 75 has an unmolested TK.... hhhmmmm? it is a bastard ya know
Maybe, all maybe. buy what you like, enjoy it, and if it goes up and you can get out with out getting your hair wet and maybe even make some money, great!
But you will drive your self crazy with the "what if"
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I recently sold a somewhat pristine original tool kit from a 1972T for $1750 on Ebay! I believe those screwdrivers are Klein units

Go onto to Ebay to get an idea of what the prices (asking) are for various Porsche 911 tools, tool pouches, etc. INCREDIBLE
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I guess it depends if someone has a screw loose!
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