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    1976 Carrera 3.0 Targa

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  1. No confusion - re reading my reply to you I realize it was a bit cryptic. I fully agree with you that the other cars I listed in my post seem rather pricey. As for mine, you are correct, only potential buyers can decide on whether it is fair value or not. Rob
  2. My comment was a bit tongue in cheek. If I had priced it too cheaply, it would have sold too quickly. I tried to price the car to offer what I believe is fair value. Rob
  3. Is mine too cheap or these too expensive? https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/Porsche-911-1971/OAG-AD-15956948/?Cr=21 https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/Porsche-911-1971/OAG-AD-15453927/?Cr=22 https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/Porsche-911-1972/OAG-AD-15919210/?Cr=26 Rob
  4. Not RHD and definitely not Australian delivered, but probably the cleanest, straightest and least messed with longhood 911 available for the price. Numbers matching, but with PMO carbs. Original burgandy, now sun baked Californian brown paint (where it is not missing). The pictures probably portray it as better than it is. S trim, S front calipers and front and rear sway bars. No documentation or paperwork from before it was imported 6 years ago. Import approval. Recent major engine out service by Cavaco Motors, including gearbox oil change and new release bearing. Nothing that I am aware of needs to be attended to. Interior is all there including the door pockets with covered up speaker holes in the map pockets. Dash is probably a later replacement without a separate speaker insert and has cracks around the speaker holes. If the yellow tartan is not for you, I can supply the car with a black drivers seat similar to the one currently in the car together with the original passenger seat and rear seat bottoms. Original parts that will go with the car MFI system Front seats Steering Wheel 14 inch Fuchs The car is at a point where it can be restored to original, turned into a hot rod or enjoyed as is. $ 96,000.00 Located in Sydney Rob 0422833434
  5. I have bought a single axle Futura and am really happy with it. Have heard that the dual axle might be a bit small for a Cup car but am unsure of this. The other option is a Tilta Trailer from Queensland. Rob
  6. I am after a standard (not S) front steel bumper to replace the fibreglass S bumper on my 69 911. Rob
  7. Cavaco Motors in Glebe - probably 10 minutes from Botany. Rob
  8. The 911 crankshaft bearing shell part number changed sometime in '75 apparently for all models from 901-101-132-00 to 911-101-133-00. The only difference was that the tang changed from one side to the other. Rob
  9. A bit optimistic with pricing maybe?? US import .. converted .. Targa .. wrong tail ... https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/Porsche-911-1982/SSE-AD-5455778/?Cr=0 Just a little optimistic ?? I would sell my 3.0 Carrera Targa, Australian delivered with all books and service history for that kind of money. Rob
  10. Thanks Lucas As discussed - all yours. Rob
  11. I have a pair of 4 journal 20/21 cams that I bought off Supertec in the USA for sale. Will fit 2.7 motors with later cam housings and all 3.0 motors (not sure about 3.2) - wakes up a standard CIS motor, especially when used with earlier heat exchangers. In excellent condition - very little use. I am upgrading my motor to MFI and hence have no use for them. $680.00 + postage. Rob 0422833434
  12. Lee I can get it picked up and then you could organise to have it collected by E-go from my business in Smeaton Grange. Rob 0422833434
  13. http://forums.pelicanparts.com/porsche-911-used-parts-sale-wanted/948884-83-89-911-dos-sport-roll-bar-cab.html Don't know about shipping costs though. Rob
  14. I have had a Raceking for a few years now. Had another single axle trailer before that. I need a small light trailer that is easy to move around and store. A dual axle trailer is just to big and cumbersome for me. Because it is relatively small and drops almost flat to the ground, I can keep it in the garage and push the car on and off it - saves me having to find a place to store the trailer separately. Tows great when loaded, bounces great when empty but have towed it over 70 kms empty at 100km/h several times to collect my car. Have to watch out for potholes, large bumps and rough roads and slow down a bit. Rob

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