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ber914

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    Sydney
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    76 Carrera 3.0 Targa

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  1. Jason at Manly Auto Instruments called me back. Dropped 3 speedometers off yesterday morning, got a message this afternoon that they were ready.😊 Rob
  2. I am not able to get hold of him. Any other recommendations? Rob
  3. Any tips on where I can get my 70's mechanical and electronic speedo's repaired in Sydney? Rob
  4. If you still have the original 901 box, I think you will need a 65 to 69 205mm flywheel. The 70 to 73 flywheels are 215mm. Rob
  5. Australian delivered,matching numbers, unmolested 1976 Carrera 3.0 Targa for sale. 198 XXX km's, original Minerva Blue with books, service history and A4 folder of receipts. Recent (less than 500 km's ago) major mechanical overhaul and major service with specialist Porsche workshop in Sydney, including: Top end rebuild with new guides and valves. New injectors Gearbox rebuilt with new synchros, dogs, sliders and bearings where necessary. New clutch Calipers overhauled and new brake lines. Interior is tidy with no issues. Drivers seat is not original to the car, but the original which is shabby plus the matching passenger seat to the drivers seat currently in the car will go with the car. The aircon compressor and condensor have been removed, but will be supplied. The body is straight and tidy with no rust or evidence of crash repairs. I had some rust under the battery tray sorted a few years ago. The one issue with the car is crazing under the paint in various places. I have been told that this is common on very early galvanised cars, probably from not being prepped correctly when being resprayed. Priced at $ 89,000.00 to take this into account. Rob 0422833434
  6. Guess I am a stupid dickhead then. I was asked a question and replied with what I would be prepared to pay. I have no doubt that eventually it will sell for somewhere between that figure and the asking price. Rob
  7. At the end of the day, does it matter what has been spent on the car? Surely it is worth what somebody is prepared to pay for it at the time. Would be really surprised if that was anywhere near the asking price at this point in time. Rob

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