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> 1975 2.0 Malaga Red, FS $15,000 (sold)
mtndawg
post Jul 4 2020, 11:19 AM
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$15,000
I've had this car for about 5 years, it was bought from a person that had it garaged for 15 years. As a '75 car it does not require smog in California.
Engine was refreshed with new rings and valve job. I have photos of the work.
Transmission was rebuilt at a Dr Evil clinic.
The engine and transmission have just over 1,000 miles since rebuild.
123 Distributor
Swivel foot adjusters
Stainless fuel line
Fuel tank has been cleaned and powder coated
Stainless heat exchangers
IDF 44 carbs
Engine tin has been powder coated
Battery tray and area underneath is perfect
Patrick hold down
Tangerine shift rod bushing
Leather 911 style seats
911 style door panels
5 lug wheels
911 front end with 911 brakes
Brakes and proportion valve reconditioned by PMB
All the expensive work had been done on this car. The rocker panels are off in the photos. I have newly powder coated rocker panels.


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post Jul 4 2020, 11:34 AM
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Great color. This car won’t last long. Looks like a screaming deal.
Best of luck with the sale.
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post Jul 5 2020, 11:40 AM
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post Jul 12 2020, 08:19 PM
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I had a 1975 Malaga Red as well for 3 months in 1981. Unfortunately as a 19 year old idiot I flipped it and it was sold for scrap - $900. Now have a 1974 purchased 3 years ago. Glad to be back!
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post Jul 15 2020, 12:06 PM
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I don't know how to use this site, I don't understand why it's so difficult... Is this car still available and how do we contact each other ?????
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post Jul 15 2020, 12:27 PM
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QUOTE(DANNYMAC @ Jul 15 2020, 11:06 AM) *

I don't know how to use this site, I don't understand why it's so difficult... Is this car still available and how do we contact each other ?????


The functionality of the site does take some time to fully master. Can't say I'm fully there yet. Remember, this is a site built by volunteers and enthusiasts, not Google engineers. Personally I think they've done a pretty good job.

A few tips...look at the bottom left of the posting and you'll see off to the side several buttons. You can either click on the "card" button or the "pm" button to send a message. If you click on the card button you will see links to send either an email or a pm. Not everybody has links for their email. I would guess @mtndawg is monitoring this thread, but if not you can send him an alert by doing what I just did (putting the @ symbol in front of his name). Spend some time doing some reading on how to use the site...the instructions are all there if you spend some time clicking around.

Finally, PLEASE buy this car before I do. If it didn't have carbs I'd have it in my driveway right now.......
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post Jul 15 2020, 12:43 PM
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@DANNYMAC , thanks for the PM. I left you a message. @fiacra , while I too am a fan of fuel injection, this has been a fun car to own. The top of the engine compartment is like jewelry and it just sounds different with a more classic sound. Quite a few inquiries, but it’s still available. Here’s a video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuV_LAbHFVQ
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post Aug 1 2020, 07:59 PM
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Sold to a friendly guy in the Bay Area.
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