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Offline Porkinit


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Hi, looking at sportomatic 74 impact bar car. Its a coupe aust delivered in vgc. All original. How much is it in todays market?



Offline mhh

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Hi, looking at sportomatic 74 impact bar car. Its a coupe aust delivered in vgc. All original. How much is it in todays market?

Love your handle but you'll need more info that that so that, despite having absolutely no knowledge of the market, we can provide you with wild guesses and plenty of gratuitous advice.

I drove a Sporto once.  I quickly learned not to rest my hand on the gearshift. :o 

I'd love a really clean yellow '74 (or even better, a '73). Manual though...



Offline Porkinit


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The car is factory brown. All original looking. 8/10 condition with original cond. it has a sunroof.



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Offline anotherforumuser

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If theres one thing in life you'd regret it would be buying a sportmatic.

Pain in the butt to drive, only 3 gears from memory. Been years since I drove one and impossible to move when you decide to sell it.

Most times I ever hear of someone trying to buy one is really someone trying to sell one and they try and build up some interest in it by saying they are looking to buy.

If you really want one. good luck, its just a manual without a clutch pedal, its not really an auto.

Start negotiating at around $15k because they are so hard to move and the owner will either know it or will soon learn it.



Offline Aircon

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impossible to move when you decide to sell it.

That's the sort of thing I usually end up buying, unfortunately. I find some stuff interesting, but sadly, no one else does.
I love my car. Buy your own



Offline Porkinit


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I don't know what tree fiddy is?

Its a 4 speed, books etc. Good kms. I may go in at $15k?



Offline mhh

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I don't know what tree fiddy is?

Its a 4 speed, books etc. Good kms. I may go in at $15k?

That would be a nick.  Good luck!



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Offline Aircon

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Here's a lovely '75 sportomatic... big asking price, though.

http://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/Porsche-911-1975/SSE-AD-2534664

That looks excellent.

I drove one when they were near new. I thought it was very nice.

I love my car. Buy your own



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