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1964 C Cabriolet For Sale, $19,825
This 1964 Cabriolet has undergone an extensive restoration of the body and is ready for painting and reassembly. The car was completely disassembled and sandblasted. The metal work was done by Ted Blake, Northern California's top 356 Porsche restoration specialist. The metal work included new:
NOS Doors, Nose Panel, Front Bulkhead, Battery Box, Door Posts, Pan, Struts, Closing Panels, Longetudanals, Rockers, and Headlight Buckets.
The sheetmetal was supplied by Stoddard. The metal joints were finished in lead, just as it had been done in the factory. All chassis nuts and bolts were chemically cleaned, beadblasted, and plated.
The hood and engine cover match the chassis number. The doors are new and unnumbered. The engine is a Porsche Factory replacement engine (*KDF engine) that has been detailed and correctly painted and is ready for reinstallation in the car.
The car comes with newly rechromed 5.5 inch Porsche rims, a chrome luggage rack, a $600 custom wood steering wheel and a Blaupunkt radio. The top and upholstery are complete and serviceable.
The car was originally Signal Red with black interior. The interior is original.
The car can be purchased before painting for $19,825 (which is my cost) or after painting and reassembling for $30,000 (estimated).
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Obviously, back in the pioneering days of telephony, technology was a lot simpler than it is today. Complexity grows over time. Man had walked in space before we handled our first true 9-1-1 call, and Automatic Number Identification (ANI) and Automatic Location Identification (ALI) came along after that. One can argue that 9-1-1 never got any better since then.