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    #16
    Thanks Gents. As you know I've become very "VIN-centric". To my eyes the general unevenness of the characters looks wrong. Some appear to be stamped way to deeply and the last 9 appears shorter than adjacent characters- but it's hard to tell from a low res pic. There is one easy way to tell for sure, though....
    Bill A.

    72E Sporto (still is)

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      #17
      bill as I noted in my post the way the VIN is stamped varied from year to year. In the 1970 MY they did look all over the place as I suspect each number was hand stamped. Later on, and certainly by the time mine was done it was a machine stamp doing the whole number at the same time and as a consequence looking much neater see mine below. It is a bit hard to see but in this year they have an * not a star at each end
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      Hugh Hodges
      1973 E
      Australian TYP 901 Register #005
      Early 911S Register #776

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        #18
        green 911e sold
        fair price
        rare to see an import with complete paperwork and so clean!

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          #19
          red 911t lhd $69k sold

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            #20
            Gosford testing the waters with their 72 lefty to righty targa

            https://www.carsales.com.au/dealer/d...14382877/?Cr=0
            Mickc

            Mostly AC

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              #21
              Originally posted by mickc View Post
              Gosford testing the waters with their 72 lefty to righty targa

              https://www.carsales.com.au/dealer/d...14382877/?Cr=0

              Brave person who trusts the likes of gosford...
              Richard Griffiths
              1970 911T 2.8

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                #22
                Originally posted by mickc View Post
                Gosford testing the waters with their 72 lefty to righty targa

                https://www.carsales.com.au/dealer/d...14382877/?Cr=0
                appears to have sold. believe it was listed for a very healthy price too (much more than average) considering it was a converted car and targa

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                  #23
                  gosford targa was listed for 250k

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by Mr911 View Post

                    appears to have sold. believe it was listed for a very healthy price too (much more than average) considering it was a converted car and targa
                    Targa's are hot right now, ask anyone that owns one
                    Mickc

                    Mostly AC

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                      #25
                      Depends whether you're moving or not...

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