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Offline tdc911


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Don't forget the Aussie Peso has dropped as well which will mean it should fetch a high price. Do we have any idea on who the owner may be?

Yes, David Withers.



Offline tdc911


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I don't follow them that closely I guess. What's the money now?

$600,000+ for touring. Well over $1,000,000 now for lightweight.



Offline 9911


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That is an absolutely beautiful example. Wonder if it is one of Rene's....



Offline 360c

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$600,000+ for touring. Well over $1,000,000 now for lightweight.

Absolutely nuts IMHO.

I remember when a 911 RS was identical money to a fibreglass 308 GTB.



Offline adam01


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Absolutely nuts IMHO.

I remember when a 911 RS was identical money to a fibreglass 308 GTB.

$50k  :-D



Offline anotherforumuser

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$600,000+ for touring. Well over $1,000,000 now for lightweight.

I can see why I was thinking a replica will do the job then... I remember when you just couldnt sell a 911T, now theyre a collectors item on the way up as well.



Offline Aircon

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I can see why I was thinking a replica will do the job then... I remember when you just couldnt sell a 911T, now theyre a collectors item on the way up as well.

Old cars are fun and usable....it's the future. Higher population with more money, and old cars decreasing in numbers. Simple supply and demand....that's my theory.



I love my car. Buy your own



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Offline looney


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Old cars are fun and usable....it's the future. Higher population with more money, and old cars decreasing in numbers. Simple supply and demand....that's my theory.

I'm inclined to agree.  The newest fanciest cars will always have a following and people buying them, but for the most part they're useless, they're OK for cafe strip cruising or a track day, but otherwise they're just too fast to reasonably use anymore and just no real fun.  at least an old car you can drive at 8 10th's and have a blast and not be crucified by this police state we call Australia.



Offline 1q2w3e4r


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who's he?
Local Porsche guy here in Sydney, has quite a collection of cars although I think he's moving them on now.



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