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    FS: 1970 911S Sunroof Coupe

    Here is a rare, early production (#0049) 1970 2.2 911S sunroof coupe (2 year only model 70 & 71). It’s matching number engine and type 901 transmission have recently been gone through by a certified Porsche technician and been put back to 100%. All the heads are date stamped 1969, and the MFI pump runs great. The 2.2 911S is the highest compression of all the 67-73 911S cars and has a great acceleration feel lacking in the later 2.4 S models. The black paint, although in good overall condition, is not the original color of Bahia Red, but looks great with the black interior and really sets off the chrome window trim. This car also has a quite rare factory installed aluminum deck lid, Fuchs wheels recently restored by Harvey Weidman, and although not correct to the Kardex a very desirable set of factory sport seats and through the horn grill lights. A fantastic driving 2.2 S Sunroof Coupe

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    Senior Member beh911's Avatar
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    At 9.9:1, the 69S 2.0 was the highest compression engine in the air cooled production car offerings.

    At 9.8:1, the 70-71S 2.2 was close. Some other massaging, outside of the displacement increase, made it a much more tractable engine for road use.

    Your car looks great, btw. GLWS
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    Quote Originally Posted by beh911 View Post
    At 9.9:1, the 69S 2.0 was the highest compression engine in the air cooled production car offerings.

    At 9.8:1, the 70-71S 2.2 was close. Some other massaging, outside of the displacement increase, made it a much more tractable engine for road use.

    Your car looks great, btw. GLWS
    Thank you for the kind words! This car is very well cared for and looks even better in person

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    Yes the Feds came down hard on the 911 in 1972, so the factory had to bring the compression down to meet smog requirements . So the 2.2 models are the last of the pure design of the 911. Chris
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    VIN = 9110300049
    Eng# = 6300085
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    Here is the COA

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    Great looking car, should go quickly.
    David

    '73 S Targa #0830 2.7 MFI rebuilt to RS specs

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    9110300049 CoA

    CoA rotated 90 degrees . . . GLWS !

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    Doug Dill

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