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1954 Porsche Reutter 356 Pre-A Coupe Found in Oregon

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1954 Reutter 356

Spotted in Portland, Oregon is a 1954 Porsche Reutter 356 Pre-A Coupe for $52,000 USD. The seller states this car is a shell with no motor. This is an early Bent Window project that would make a great restoration candidate. The Certificate of Authenticity and more pictures are available by the seller.

Would you buy this Pre-A?

1966 Porsche 911 Shell Found in California

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1966 Porsche 911 Shell

Spotted in Sacramento, California is a 1966 Porsche 911 Shell for $10,000 USD. The seller states this shell has a lot of rust and no drivetrain. What you see is what you get. This is a very early 911 and has California registration in seller’s name.

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1991 Mercedes 560SEC AMG Factory Widebody Found in California

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1991 Mercedes 560SEC AMG Factory Widebody

Spotted in California is a 1991 Mercedes 560SEC AMG Factory Widebody. I am trying to make contact with the seller to find more details. This would be a super rare find if true and a worthy restoration project to undertake. There are so many questions to the legitimacy of this car. Hopefully more details soon.

What would you pay for this project?

1991 BMW M5 E34 Shell Rare Color Found in California

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1991 BMW M5 E34 Shell Rare Color

Spotted in San Francisco, California is a 1991 BMW M5 E34 Shell Rare Color for $1,000 USD. This is a real BMW M5 but it has been a front end collision. The seller is parting out the remaining parts but is clear he will sell the chassis for only 1k. This would be great platform for an engine swap.

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1987 Mercedes 560SEC Found in Georgia

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1987 Mercedes 560SEC

Spotted in Atlanta, Georgia is a 1987 Mercedes 560SEC for $10,000 USD. This car has a interesting history. The seller states this belonged to a mafia cocaine dealer in the Atlanta area. It has been painted PTS Porsche Mexico Blue and has BBS Spoiler on the trunklid and BBS Euro Bumpers. The car has 124k miles and is said to drive well. The engine has no issues other than a valve cover which will need to be fixed in the near future. It has custom mufflers with chrome double exhaust tips. The title is clean and includes extensive paperwork for the car.

The owner was a man from Florida who hired a hit man to kill his ex-wife. The hit man was not successful and the police were able to trade it back to the ex-husband. He fled to Florida and then to Mexico and became a cocaine dealer. Fast forward 5 years and he was apprehended and brought back to the USA for trial.

Video Documentary of the Case – Click Here

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1974 Porsche Carrera Found in California

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1974 Porsche Carrera

Spotted in San Diego, California is a 1974 Porsche Carrera for $24,000 USD. The seller states his car has a clean title. It is a real 911 Carrera but missing its engine and transaxle. The seats, door panels, hood, fender, duck tail, wheels and all glass are included in the sale. Some minor rust has been repaired. It has never been wrecked. It is number 275 of 528 built.

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1978 Porsche 911SC Found in Connecticut

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1978 Porsche 911SC

Spotted in New Milford, Connecticut is a 1978 Porsche 911SC for $22,500 USD. The seller states this car has 193,000 miles with a clean body and good interior. He added a non original injection system but the car will include the original parts. It has been stored away for few years and is currently not running. This would make a great project for someone.

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1970 Porsche 911T Found in Texas

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1970 Porsche 911T

Spotted in Houston, Texas is a 1970 Porsche 911T for $28,900 USD. This is the least expensive 911T I have seen in a while. This car is Porsche Pastel Blue over tan and is reported to be accident free. The seller is the 3rd owner and has its original 2.2L Flat 6 engine and transmission.

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