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The impossible hunt for a 1975 RHD 3.0 Turbo

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I would guess after 7 months your probably not going to get a PM boss!

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3 minutes ago, Phill said:

 

I love that bonnet sticker!

You can buy magnetic version from carbone.pl

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6 hours ago, Type911 said:

Not very original is it?

Dunno, different steering wheel & front valance? I just saw it and it made me think of this thread.

You going have a nerd-outbreak and tell me the LH window winder is from a 1982 car?

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3 hours ago, ALEX P said:

Dunno, different steering wheel & front valance? I just saw it and it made me think of this thread.

You going have a nerd-outbreak and tell me the LH window winder is from a 1982 car?

1979

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I have a real soft spot for early 930s, and this is a lovely looking Porsche......but in terms of originality vs price, this one is way out 

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Dash colour doesn't even match the rest of the interior trim. It looks like a mix of cork on the dash & tan on the door cards, tops, knee pads etc.

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On 11/7/2018 at 2:06 AM, johndglynn said:

Don't message me - I will tell you not to pay that sort of money (£350-500k) for a 930. That is mentalness.

Lol, agreed. Crazy money for one of these. Unless OP already has a Singer, that's where I'd be headed.

On 12/27/2018 at 2:38 AM, mrar said:

Cameron,

Are you there? 

I can only assume he's found one as they seem to be everywhere and not that impossible...

https://classicthrottleshop.com/1975-porsche-930-turbo-copper-brown/

Anyway here's another one for you just in case.

Maybe I'm just not in tune with the collector market but are cars more valuable in an unrestored state? That interior & engine look like crap to me. For the money we are talking in this thread I would expect an acid dipped nut & bolt restoration to command anywhere near those prices. 

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