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1971 Porsche 911S Targa - $105,000

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fuel: gas
odometer: 108000
title status: clean
transmission: manual
Offering my numbers matching 1971 911S Targa for sale with a rust free body and a few ticks over 108k miles. Clean title in hand.

This vehicle sat in a garage in Alaska for roughly 35 years where I found it. The prior owner acquired the car in the early 80s and drove it around Arizona before shipping it up to sit in his garage since the trip. Over the last year it has had a lot of work done to ensure the bones are solid so I can offer a very sound car. The high pressure pump was removed and sent to California to be rebuilt with factory equipment, and once it returned it was verified this is a running example. There is a lot to do before its a weekend cruiser, however so far in addition to the pump rebuild it has had a lot more work done to get closer to that. Work includes fuel system, brake system, batteries, and much more, receipts available to view as well. Serious parties can email me to talk more about what has been done and what is left to be done, as well as a lot of photos to support condition, I have about 80 I can email over. The vehicle was resprayed to silver in the early 80s just before the prior owners acquisition and all panels were checked with a paint meter to verify there is no bondo anywhere. As seen in the photos there is damage on the rear, I have a OEM rear deck lid to replace the damaged one and my local well respected Porsche body shop inspected it and said the rear metal needs a very slight pull on the rack to straighten it perfectly again, this can be done easily without paint work. To be a driver the motor should be pulled and gone through. My goal is to be transparent about what the car needs and offer a very solid foundation for someone to buy with confidence and finish the car how they want their dream 71 S to present.

Currently located in Chugiak Alaska, about 20 min outside Anchorage.

Will consider partial trade for the following manual transmission cars
987.2S "autocross spec"
Imola red E39 540i M sport
Techno Violet E36 M3 coupe
2006 M3 competition coupe

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