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burton73
post Jul 8 2018, 08:19 PM
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Parking brake cable it there but it needs a bracket welded in order to hook it up



You say: Porsche 911 Front and rear brakes.

Sorry but I still have questions on the rear brakes and the parking brake.
You say you need a bracket for parking brake?

911 calipers. Is the rear a 911 parking brake from very early car?

This makes a big difference to people.

Bob B





Im not sure what you are asking

I have front and rear 911 calipers do not know what year

one of the rear calipers houses the ebrake cable is there but not attached to caliper

Hope this helps

Mike



Early 911 parking uses an expanding parking brake with shoes that touch the back side of a drum that is part of the rear disk.

Sorry I do not have a picture right now . Tangerine makes a cable to hook that part to the 914-brake cable.

If you have the set-up it is a very good point on this car. Whoever built this car put some quality parts in the conversion.

Good pictures of high quality and these points will sell your car.

I am always looking for the right bargain. In less it is the right blue and I am screwed.

Thanks,

Bob B


Not sure what you mean by the "right" bargain

Also if you click on the photobucket link these pics are the best resolution I can manage.

I feel they give a real buyer a good idea of the quality of the conversion.

If anyone is serious I would be glad to take more pictures

Thanks

The right bargain is one where the car owner is not over rating the quality of his car and a buyer get a fair deal on the price.

“No rust issues I know of” show it and prove it. Gaps and close up to see if there are any problems.

This is not unreasonable. Clear picture of bottom of car to see if it has been reworked.


Cash in hand and just as real as anyone not in town. Are you a realistic seller on what it takes to sell? You are getting better but not there yet IMHO for me not being there.

It’s not like a West Coast guy can just come over and CK it out. Take a breath and think over your car selling strategy. Is what you are doing working for you?

I am a real buyer. Cash in hand and just as real as anyone not in town. Are you a realistic seller?

I have bought 914 cars from Florida and Texas and more than a few from California.

GLWTS


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post Jul 8 2018, 09:10 PM
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Sheesh ! Mike, you have the patience of a Saint ! This is a very worthwhile car at a very fair price. If I didn't already have one I would have bought yours right away.
Notice how the non-buyers work you over ? Bored, I guess.
Be patient brother...
GLWTS
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post Jul 9 2018, 05:28 AM
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QUOTE(burton73 @ Jul 8 2018, 10:19 PM) *

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Parking brake cable it there but it needs a bracket welded in order to hook it up



You say: Porsche 911 Front and rear brakes.

Sorry but I still have questions on the rear brakes and the parking brake.
You say you need a bracket for parking brake?

911 calipers. Is the rear a 911 parking brake from very early car?

This makes a big difference to people.

Bob B





Im not sure what you are asking

I have front and rear 911 calipers do not know what year

one of the rear calipers houses the ebrake cable is there but not attached to caliper

Hope this helps

Mike



Early 911 parking uses an expanding parking brake with shoes that touch the back side of a drum that is part of the rear disk.

Sorry I do not have a picture right now . Tangerine makes a cable to hook that part to the 914-brake cable.

If you have the set-up it is a very good point on this car. Whoever built this car put some quality parts in the conversion.

Good pictures of high quality and these points will sell your car.

I am always looking for the right bargain. In less it is the right blue and I am screwed.

Thanks,

Bob B


Not sure what you mean by the "right" bargain

Also if you click on the photobucket link these pics are the best resolution I can manage.

I feel they give a real buyer a good idea of the quality of the conversion.

If anyone is serious I would be glad to take more pictures

Thanks

The right bargain is one where the car owner is not over rating the quality of his car and a buyer get a fair deal on the price.

“No rust issues I know of” show it and prove it. Gaps and close up to see if there are any problems.

This is not unreasonable. Clear picture of bottom of car to see if it has been reworked.


Cash in hand and just as real as anyone not in town. Are you a realistic seller on what it takes to sell? You are getting better but not there yet IMHO for me not being there.

It’s not like a West Coast guy can just come over and CK it out. Take a breath and think over your car selling strategy. Is what you are doing working for you?

I am a real buyer. Cash in hand and just as real as anyone not in town. Are you a realistic seller?

I have bought 914 cars from Florida and Texas and more than a few from California.

GLWTS


Bob B


Hello Bob

I understand you are trying to help me and I am grateful.

Yes I am not a professional seller, that I will admit

So with that behind us please help me understand:

The right bargain is one where the car owner is not over rating the quality of his car and a buyer get a fair deal on the price. I agree, I am seeking a fair price and for the buyer to get a fair deal.

“No rust issues I know of” show it and prove it. Gaps and close up to see if there are any problems. When You say gaps Door Gaps? Trunk Gaps not sure what this means. I have been under the car many times and everywhere I have looked I see no rust.

This is not unreasonable. Clear picture of bottom of car to see if it has been reworked. I don't have access to a lift but I can jack the vehicle up and do my best. Bottom has not been re-worked I see no patches

Cash in hand and just as real as anyone not in town. Are you a realistic seller on what it takes to sell? You are getting better but not there yet IMHO for me not being there. Trying to get better yes OK Ill give you this one.

It’s not like a West Coast guy can just come over and CK it out. Take a breath and think over your car selling strategy. Is what you are doing working for you?

I am a real buyer. Cash in hand and just as real as anyone not in town. Are you a realistic seller?
Good question, I still love the car perhaps I'm still attached to her.

I have bought 914 cars from Florida and Texas and more than a few from California.

GLWTS


I have as well and it is a risk of sorts, none of the cars I bought were local, and all had their little quirks once discovered after the sale, but all were honest cars and worked very well.



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post Jul 9 2018, 05:33 AM
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Sheesh ! Mike, you have the patience of a Saint ! This is a very worthwhile car at a very fair price. If I didn't already have one I would have bought yours right away.
Notice how the non-buyers work you over ? Bored, I guess.
Be patient brother...
GLWTS
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post Jul 9 2018, 06:24 AM
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Sorry but pictures to show door gaps. Striate on not at ¼ view. Pictures of rear trunk with the carpet and pad out. Pictures to clearly show the areas of rust on these cars. The underside pictures need to be better

I will take these pics tonight and add them to the photobucket album

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post Jul 9 2018, 03:44 PM
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Added Pics of the door gaps underbody trunk and trailing arms with brake cable

Hope this helps with buyer's decision

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Hello Eveyone

Added pics of:

Door Gaps
Hood and front light gaps
Trunk
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trailing arms and e-brake set up

hope this helps

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Forgot to Mention Car has Chassis Stiffening Kit installed as well
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