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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.

Would you restore this car?

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.

Would you buy this?

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.

Would you buy this 911T?

1973 Porsche 911 RSR Sunroof Coupe Chassis Found in California

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1973 Porsche 911 RSR Sunroof Coupe Chassis

Spotted in Miramar, California is a 1973 Porsche 911 RSR Sunroof Coupe Chassis for $19,999 USD. The seller states this is a 1973 Porsche 911 T sunroof coupe chassis. It has steel RSR type flares and is accident free. It will include some interior parts. This car has a California title and is smog exempt. This is a good base for a Porsche outlaw hotrod project.

What do you think?

1971 Porsche 911T Found in Fremont

1971 Porsche 911T

Spotted in Fremont, California is a 1971 Porsche 911T for $35,000 USD.  This car seems like a good deal and one should act fast.  The seller states that he tried to start but wont turn over.  It has a straight body with no rust.   The registration is current  and comes with a clean title in owner’s hand.  

Price $35,000 USD

1956 Porsche Speedster Found in Florida

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1956 Porsche Speedster

Spotted in Jupiter, Florida is a 1956 Porsche Speedster for $265,001 USD.   This car was restored 10 years ago and only driven less than a thousand miles has been in storage ever since and has been run on a regular basis until a year and a half ago. It has been in a temperature sensitive storage away from the elements. The odometer shows 82,006 original miles.  

What do you think of this car? 

Porsche 930 Turbo Slant Nose Fenders and Hood Found in New Hampshire

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Porsche 930 Turbo Slant Nose Fenders and Hood

 

Spotted in New Hampshire is a set of Porsche 930 Turbo Slant Nose Fenders and Hood for $800 USD.  The seller states these were taken off of a 1976 Porsche 911 after a fire.  The hood and fenders are made of metal and will need to be sandblasted.   They are not bent or twisted in anyway.

Does anyone want a slant nose conversion these days?

 

1991 Porsche 964 Turbo Found in Tarzana

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1991 Porsche 964 Turbo

 

Spotted in Tarzana, California is a 1991 Porsche 964 Turbo for $119,000 USD.  The seller states this 1991 Porsche 911 Turbo is an unmodified one-owner coupe finished in Slate Grey Metallic with color-to-sample grey leather sport seats.The car has covered just under 52k miles since. It retains matching numbers, which recently serviced and inspected the car at a Porsche restoration facility. It is offered with the window sticker, records from 1992-2014, and a clean title. The car was optioned without a Turbo script on the engine lid, and a power sunroof is equipped up top. The car was ordered with automatic climate control and an optional factory CD player, which has since been replaced by a more modern unit. The factory airbag steering wheel remains in place along with other stock controls and instruments. Just under 52k miles are shown on the 6-digit odometer. Grey leather powered sport seats were colored to sample according to the included window sticker. Carpets are protected by multiple floor mats and bear debossed Turbo scripts on the rear seat backs. The vehicle just went under a full paint correction and all wheels have been refinished in the original silver.

What do you think of this car?

 

1992 Mercedes 500E Found in Los Angeles

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1992 Mercedes 500E

 

Spotted in Los Angeles, California is a 1992 Mercedes 500E for $13,500 USD.  This is the first year of the 500E W124 and is smoke silver with pebble cream interior.  It has a clean title but was in an accident at some point.  The seller states that only Mercedes parts were used in the repair.  The is not the most popular of colors and certainly not my favorite but this looks like its got potential.   Unfortunately, it has 191,522 original miles.   The good news is that the timing chain was done at 164k miles along with the upper and lower engine harnesses.   The seller also replaced the alternator, starter, and Euro headlights.   The driver seat is worn and will need to be reupholstered.  There is an option to purchase AMG monoblock 2 , R129 Steering Wheel, and Becker Traffic Pro Radio and Navigation for a total price of $15,500 USD.

 

Would you want this car?

 

1955 Porsche Speedster 1600 Super Found in Boulder

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1955 Porsche Speedster 1600 Super

 

Spotted in Boulder, Colorado is a 1955 Porsche Speedster 1600 Super for $239,500 USD.   This Pre-A body car #80379 comes with a 356C engine with NPR1720 “C” Cam  and Zenith Cams.  The engine has only 4500 miles since its rebuild and leak down test shows under 2% on all cylinders.  The seller states it has an updated 741 transaxle with late synchros.  Outer body shell is pretty solid with forged welds at rear of fender to door. Complete Shell appears collision free with all original panels. Lumpy paint prep on a 40 year old “Earl Sheib” orange/red paint. New top, original decos

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