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    Nicko
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  • Nicko
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    Hi Craig,
    no FOMO here, plenty of toys to play with.
    scents of FIG JAM

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  • Nicko
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    Hi Bruce
    Please call me on 0408637688 anytime.
    Would be great to have a chat
    Best Regards
    Nick

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  • silbere
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    Thanks Phil for your thoughts and figures .

    And also to Craig's and other members input.


    Yes Sean,

    I still have the occasional pang to move to something more modern .


    It should also give Nicko an idea of where it's at.


    Regards

    Bruce

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  • Nicko
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    Hello fellow members.
    Thank you for the input.
    Yes a 72 0r 73 is going to command a fair price which I am well aware.
    I was just putting the ask out there to see if anyone is inclined to sell or if anyone knows of a suitable car.
    Good things are definitely worth the price !

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  • Terminator
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    Certainly is

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  • epilot
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    Originally posted by e72phil View Post

    Bruce, I would say the market price for a good quality 73 model is around the $250K mark and E and S models is higher. A lot higher for a 73S these days, especially if its all in excellent condition, body and mechanicals.

    The Gemini Blue 73S was probably an outlyer at the price it sold for and not truly indicative but 73S's are very rare and dont appear very often at all.
    Matchy matchy Aussie E coupe in manual in similar condition to the $640k S is going to have a 3 in front of it surely possibly even mid 3's for FOMO ...

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  • mrar
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    Originally posted by e72phil View Post

    Bruce, I would say the market price for a good quality 73 model is around the $250K mark and E and S models is higher. A lot higher for a 73S these days, especially if its all in excellent condition, body and mechanicals.

    The Gemini Blue 73S was probably an outlyer at the price it sold for and not truly indicative but 73S's are very rare and dont appear very often at all.
    That going to tempt you Bruce?

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  • e72phil
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    Originally posted by silbere View Post
    Phil,
    Where is the market at the moment for '73 T E S after that Blue S sold in NSW for $640k
    Bruce, I would say the market price for a good quality 73 model is around the $250K mark and E and S models is higher. A lot higher for a 73S these days, especially if its all in excellent condition, body and mechanicals.

    The Gemini Blue 73S was probably an outlyer at the price it sold for and not truly indicative but 73S's are very rare and dont appear very often at all.

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  • Terminator
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    High Bruce based on the interest in my yet to be finished 73 resto, including Nicko

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  • silbere
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    Phil,
    Where is the market at the moment for '73 T E S after that Blue S sold in NSW for $640k

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  • Nicko
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    Hi Phil
    Yes should be well north of $200K as you say.
    Ready and prepared to pay.

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  • e72phil
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    Based on the recent sales of 72 and 73 cars, you will need well north of $200K (at least) to find something reasonable. Good luck with the search.

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  • Nicko
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    Hi Bill.
    Yes I should have been clearer.
    Chasing an Aussie car any colour considered.Matching engine would be great but not essential.

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  • 72_sporto
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    Hi Nicko,. You might need to be a bit more specific. Do you want an Oz delivery, a lhD, a converted car, matching numbers- for example?

    I have no interest in selling my 72, by the way.....

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  • Nicko
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    started a topic Wanted Porsche 901 1972 or 1973

    Wanted Porsche 901 1972 or 1973

    Hi guys,
    I thought I would put the feelers out there to see if I might rattle something out of the porsche 901 tree.
    Resto or driver.T,E,or S
    Happy to pay fair price.
    Ready to chat.
    Please contact Nick 0408 637 688
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