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65 2.0L SWB 911 factory RHD


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12 May 2013
can anyone estimate the current value of this car?

Manufacture Date 30/7/65 It was The 9th UK delivered 911 factory RHD.
Vin 302030 eng 902 131
original uk registration no ECL 44C

Found in Western Australia 4 years ago.
Car is in Australia.


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Porsche News said:
Subject to condition, anywhere from £70-90k here in the UK

Though that would be if you were bringing it here to the UK. If it is staying in Australia it could be significantly higher - we need someone with a better grasp of the local market to comment for a price in $Aus. As I understand it the effect of the import taxes down there affects the entire landscape of used prices, including classics?
Thanks for the replies.
I have had offers on the upper end of your estimate ( $130,000AUD)

I wondered with its UK heritage, if it was worth more there.


Hi John,

it is best to sign on with http://ddk-online.com; the porsche forum that specialises -whats in a word, ey- in the pre-1974 Porsches.

We have a few members on there based in Oz, as well as people who bought from Oz.

There are a couple of 1965 911 owners on there, as well as 1964 and very first 911S owners who keep databases, which can be mightily useful for information!

Best regards,

lovely looking car, any chance of some more pictures just for the sheer enjoyment of looking. :)
tp81 said:
lovely looking car, any chance of some more pictures just for the sheer enjoyment of looking. :)
Pictured here with Stewart Kay's 65 911 (from South Australia)at the MCG
at the 50 years of 911 Melbourne celebration.


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Stunning car, thanks for sharing. Despite the time lag, class never ages.
Great car. You could keep it and become a 'must-do' destination for 911uk forum members doing the trip down-under. You'd be guaranteed plenty of beer :thumb:

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