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Old 10-08-2019, 11:57 PM
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124379N666906
Buy It Now price US$175,000
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Redlines where a factory option???
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Old 10-09-2019, 11:50 AM
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Curious why no D80 on TT for an 07A car?
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Redlines where a factory option???
Yes, Redlines available.
RPO PW8 or PY5 (belted equivalent)
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I do have some questions. Would love to be shown that I am wrong, but...

Need one of the experts here to weigh in on the POP and WS. Wasn’t the M22 option more than $195.40; like something over $300? M20 / M21 were $195.40.

Lots of curious details on this car, besides lack of D80 on the TT.

Driver’s door should have the two locating ribs for the vin decal (should not have the decal, which didn’t start until August, but should have the ribs which started in June).

Couple of pics make the bottom of the car look like red oxide. Is that just a reflection? Bottom of car should be dark gray, with possible color variations, but not ruddy red oxide like a 1970.

Top of metal dash is way too shiny.

Shouldn’t the vin plate be painted dash color?

Auction says interior is all original, but the door panels look kind of puffy, like repops.

Door latches and three screws should be painted body color. Ditto for deck lid bolts.
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What am I missing? Why should a non spoiler COPO have a spoiler designated on the trim tag? I believe some of the other Queens city COPOs were also non spoiler cars.

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Of course, you are correct Stefano. I wasn't even paying attention to the pics after seeing the post about no D80.
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