Did you see April Sports Car Market?
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Author:  Mark Todorovich [ Fri May 02, 2008 12:32 pm ]
Post subject:  Did you see April Sports Car Market?

Jim I have the mostly stripped remains of a rolled 64 sc Coupe half
buried in a field behind a friends farm. Is it worth digging out .
Should I take pictures. We don't really have a recycler in this area.
St. Louis
Mark Todorovich #4243
52 Coupe
56 Speedster
63 Cab?
69 911T

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From: Jim Breazeale [mailto:easypor@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Friday, May 02, 2008 11:27 AM
To: 356talk@356registry.com
Subject: [356Talk] Re: Did you see April Sports Car Market?

Bert Leemburg wrote:
Hi Everyone,

It is very interesting to note the values "assigned" to our series of
Porsche 356 models in Excellence, June 2008 issue. Especially in light
of a headline in the local paper:
"Muscle car mania is dead, The sinking US economy ... is having its
effect on the hobby car market."

Cheers from "up here" and see you at the WCH in Squaw Valley!

Bert Leemburg

I don't think the Muscle car mania is dead. I still love driving my gas
guzzeling 67 SS 396 Chevelle Convertable around the Napa Valley on a
nice day. The end of the "get rich quick" speculators might be gone and
good riddance! The escalating values on our 356s has had an adverse
effect on parts availability, though. The days of cheap, quality,
plentiful, used parts are drawing to a close. "Parts cars" are now being
offered on EBAY, Samba, Craig's list and even on our Talk list as
"Project cars". Those cars arent even good "parts Cars" but are being
sold to poor souls with unrealistic expectations of restoration costs
and the unrealistic expectation of finding the parts that have been
robbed of those pieces of S#*t. We still need parts cars to keep the
fleet of 356s alive! Helloooooooooooooooooo.......


Jim Breazeale

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Author:  Mark Todorovich [ Mon May 05, 2008 11:17 am ]
Post subject:  Did you see April Sports Car Market?

Yes , at present you have info on all the cars I've owned that I can run down the VINS. Others that I remember, that I can't find the Vins of are a 59 cab that was Pam's and we sold to finance our 5 month honeymoon. And a 62 cab that I sold to a guy in St. Louis in 75 or 76 . He recently told me he left it with someone and went to Calif. . He said he is still looking for it. And that he never registered it and neither of us can find the vin number. I'm trying to find out if I can trace back to my ownership and run down the VIN. I owned 7 or 8, 911's and two 914's .
I've been trying to find a way to search Mo' MVR records to find all the Porsches I've owned in the last 35 years. I can't get through to anyone well versed enough to let me know if I can do that or not. If you or anyone else knows how I'd be vitally interested.

From: BLOCKLAB@aol.com [mailto:BLOCKLAB@aol.com]

In a message dated 5/2/2008 12:37:27 PM Eastern Daylight Time, Todorovich@danielandhenry.com writes:
I have the mostly stripped remains of a rolled 64 sc Coupe

Is this it?

'64/'64 356SC Porsche coupe #130439
616/16 P*
camber compensator
built del
ex Mark Todorovich, MO 314/444-1962 Todorovich@danielandhenry.com (Todorovich@danielandhenry.com); ex Ron Poe, MO
74, scrapped, response (NET)


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