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Well this looks interesting - one of the last 2.7 RS and just across the ditch

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    Well this looks interesting - one of the last 2.7 RS and just across the ditch

    BID NOW : https://collectingcars.com/.../1973-porsche-911-carrera-2...
    Justin Reed
    aka Reedminor
    1968 911L #11810329 (SOLD)
    1977 911 Carrera 3.0 #911760765
    1961 356B #114700
    Instagram: reedminor

    #2
    Being picky, but I would have used a location with different backdrop shades to help with the colour of the car.
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      #3
      Waiting for Clyde to weigh in on the minor authenticity details...
      sigpicPhil Lack
      TYP901 Register Inc. # 002 (Founding President)
      Early 911-S Registry # 690
      R-Gruppe # 367
      '72 911E 2.4 Coupe (SOLD)
      '15 MB CLA 250 Sport Shooting Brake - daily
      2012 BMW 1M Coupe 6-spd (Wow)

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        #4
        Some interesting questions being asked.
        "Does this car have AC?"
        Yes it is.
        Aus del 8/86 Mighty boy ute.
        Aus del Sa360 (Gone but not forgotten)

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          #5
          Originally posted by mrar View Post
          Some interesting questions being asked.
          "Does this car have AC?"
          Yes it is.
          I think the speaker fader dial has confused the questioner perhaps as when I first saw that pic thought it had aftermarket air also.

          Car is a very late RS which looks to be genuine but very well used.

          There appears to be a few things not original but fixable and he does have some cool literature of ownership history and what looks like genuine books.

          In reality however this is an S shell, as all late RS were, so no special RS features like thin steel ,gearbox oil pump, thin glass and it has full body deadner unlike early RS
          and I could go on.

          Other than the engine it's an RS in name and body shape only and not worth anywhere near what a series 1 car is.

          Having said that we are in crazy times and someone probably still pays a million bucks for it!!!
          Clyde Boyer
          TYP 901 Register Inc.
          President
          Early S Register Member #294
          R Gruppe Member #366

          Assorted 911's
          1 BMW

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            #6
            $700k and rising crazy money for a 2,4S with RS flares and bumpers and an RS motor
            Clyde Boyer
            TYP 901 Register Inc.
            President
            Early S Register Member #294
            R Gruppe Member #366

            Assorted 911's
            1 BMW

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              #7
              $885K .... Im sure the unique and cool period colour contributed to this.


              Clyde if it was your " 2.4S with flares and RS motor" you'd be delighted!

              JR
              Justin Reed
              aka Reedminor
              1968 911L #11810329 (SOLD)
              1977 911 Carrera 3.0 #911760765
              1961 356B #114700
              Instagram: reedminor

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                #8
                Originally posted by reedminor View Post
                $885K .... Im sure the unique and cool period colour contributed to this.


                Clyde if it was your " 2.4S with flares and RS motor" you'd be delighted!

                JR
                Surprised it sold I am told the owner paid more than that for it 14 mths ago.

                Just for interest I did that maths would be about 1.3mill landed after luxury car tax, GST freight and port charges.

                A bargain!!!!!
                Clyde Boyer
                TYP 901 Register Inc.
                President
                Early S Register Member #294
                R Gruppe Member #366

                Assorted 911's
                1 BMW

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