Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Nine Five...Nein! 1973 Porsche 911 Custom Limo

Wow.  I made a request for Horrorods the other day and BAM -- you guys delivered.  This next one is scarier than Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un taking a strawberry scented bubble bath with Putin, Trump, and Hillary.  Find this 1973 Porsche 911 Custom Limo offered for $24,500 in Silverlake, CA via craigslist.  Tip from Sean S.



Those hipsters in Silverlake REALLY need to cut back on the PCP.
From the seller:
1973 911 porsche 
VIN: 9113210216 
fuel: gas 
title status: missing 
transmission: manual 
Porsche 911 Targa Custom Built Limousine. Built for Rocky Aoki the founder of Benihana restaurants. It took (2) 1973 Porsche 911 Targa's to create this car. Would make a great wedding car. Needs to be completed. Needs an engine. The transmission is there. Car does roll. needs some linkage and the paint and interior needs completion. located in Los Angeles CA. Bill of Sale only. Asking $24,500 US Dollars. obo. I can email more pics. Cash only. i do not need help selling. please keep your negative opinions to yourself




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13 comments:

  1. Is that E.T.'s head used as a shift knob?

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  2. Best feature is the boulder under the front wheel to keep it from rolling away...

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  3. What kind of monster would do this to a Porsche?!

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    1. Two! Two Porsches! Two times the monstrosity.

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  4. $245.00 seems reasonable for this pile of Porsche.

    Oh. Wait...

    -Stan (the *other* Stan)

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  5. This car was stretched to make more cargo room for the kilos of cocaine.

    It's already located in Los Angeles. Who should buy this and make a build of it... Magnus Walker (Urban Outlaw) or Rob Dickinson (Singer)? Or ship it to Japan for Akira Nakai (RWB)? Somehow, I could almost see that last one happening. Only 365 days until SEMA 2019. There's still time.

    Stan is spot on with $245.00. At that price I'd be there today with a trailer. But for $246.00 or more, no deal.

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  6. Ahem, please keep your negative opinions to yourself. Also please do NOT try and help the seller sell this car. The historic accolades and pedigree of this creation will sell itself.

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    1. Sean-

      I'm just disappointed the builder didn't use a 944 for the front end and a 911 for the back.

      #TwoEngineFourWheelDrive

      -Stan (yeah... that Stan...)

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    2. Stan
      2 wheel drive good. 4 wheel drive better.
      -Vince

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    3. “Logic will get you from A to Z; imagination will get you everywhere.”
      ― Albert Einstein
      [image src="https://i.imgur.com/AaDaNWD.jpg" width="400px"/]

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    4. If you're going from Paris to Senegal with 3 of your friends, this is "Dakar" to drive. (Rimshot!)

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  7. At this price point I wonder if it's financially prudent to cut the car up again and make one restored 1973 911 Targa out of the mess.

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    1. I dare you to try it and find out. Actually, I double dare you!

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