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9 hours ago, hugh said:

Worth buying for the wheels alone. 

I know!  I’d love to keep them but they suit the car so well. 

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"You could even restore it back to its original 70 911T longhood glory."

Wow, a left hand longhood 2.2l Targa longhood modified into a right hand drive convertible shorthood 2.7 CIS with pop up lights and turbo/flatnose modifications. Bringing that back to life sure is possible, but is probably going to set you back more than double what this costs now.... and that is assuming he's right about the no rust.

May not be a bad buy if you love the RAD-ness and intend to keep it as it is.  Else..... next!

 

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30 minutes ago, patrick911 said:

Wow, a left hand longhood 2.2l Targa longhood modified into a right hand drive convertible shorthood 2.7 CIS with pop up lights and turbo/flatnose modifications. Bringing that back to life sure is possible, but is probably going to set you back more than double what this costs now.... and that is assuming he's right about the no rust.

May not be a bad buy if you love the RAD-ness and intend to keep it as it is.  Else..... next!

 

I never said that would be a logical choice. 
 

The possibilities are endless and all guilt free  

ps. I can’t find any rust. I’ve had a bunch of these and restored a few so I’m hoping I know where to look by now. 

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2 hours ago, Oldskl60 said:

I have the Targa roll bar sheet metal and rear window for any inspiring parties.... Just saying... 

Awesome. 

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10 hours ago, OBRUT said:

I never said that would be a logical choice. 
 

The possibilities are endless and all guilt free  

ps. I can’t find any rust. I’ve had a bunch of these and restored a few so I’m hoping I know where to look by now. 

A wide body long nose speedster conversion. That's what she's screaming for... 

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It doesn’t look that bad for the money.  Getting rid of the flatnose would make a big difference.

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7 hours ago, Harold996tt said:

A wide body long nose speedster conversion. That's what she's screaming for... 

And I have a spare speedster clamshell that could go with it. 

6 hours ago, Coastr said:

It doesn’t look that bad for the money.  Getting rid of the flatnose would make a big difference.

Standard style fibreglass 930 front guards are about $600 from memory. 
 

Less Rad though...

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44 minutes ago, 9er said:

If only it was also a converted sporto😉

Ha!  I didn’t even check. It could be a triple trifecta quinella type deal...

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14 hours ago, Gavin (CliffToCoast) said:

Surely not - that makes the package.  

You Sir, are a man of taste. 

14 hours ago, Ashbaxter said:

Got a windscreen to go with the clamshell Ryan?

No, but I’ve seen a RWB car with a clamshell and regular screen. Works pretty well. 

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9 hours ago, OBRUT said:

You Sir, are a man of taste. 

No, but I’ve seen a RWB car with a clamshell and regular screen. Works pretty well. 

Indeed - however questionable at times.  I also have a thing for early 80's subaru wagons so it's only a matter of time before they too become recognised symbols of rad.

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I also have a hard top that can be packaged into the sale of the car. 

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