A Complete Sea Change - Goodbye Gear, Hello Porsche 911; with photos and prices

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  1. mclmk8d

    mclmk8d Senior Member

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    I actually sold the car last month to buy a Porsche 914-6 (though I may be tempted by a nice iced tea or lemon burst LP).
    Now, all I have left is some pedals and my 71 Marshall Super Lead 100.
    And my 1972 911T
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    prs97 Senior Member

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    I can't figure out where it came from, but I've developed this desire to buy an old 911.

    I've never driven one & I don't know anybody that has owned one but I keep hearing they are great drivers.

    Thankfully the rising tide of prices has kept me from letting go of my wallet. Holey moley have they shot up in value!
     
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    mclmk8d Senior Member

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    They are incredible drivers. fun, lightweight (the yellow car is 2350 lbs), great brakes and handling, and as you said, the early cars (1973 and older) have shot up in price; my 72 is now worth twice what I paid for it. However, I most likely will never sell her and instead, pass it on to my son.
     

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