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    FS: @BAT - Auction 1970 T needs full restore

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    Matching number and original color....needs help!

    http://bringatrailer.com/listing/1970-porsche-911t/
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    Vin 9110121304
    Paul

    1969 ex-South African RHD Tangerine 911T (matching numbers)
    1970 ex-Southern Californian LHD Conda 911T (matching numbers)
    1955 Series 1 86" Land Rover (original Australian CKD Ö stripped to chassis and slowly re-building)
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    Sold for US$15,500 +BaT fees

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    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

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    FS: @MS Classic Cars - 1970 2.2L 911T Coupe

    And now $124,900 after a speculative restoration
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    MS Classic Cars, LLC, Seekonk, Massachusetts
    1970 Porsche 2.2L 911T Coupe
    VIN: 9110121304
    Engine: 6106164
    Trans: -
    Color: Bahia Red/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: ~98,500 (claimed)
    Price: US$124,900

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    Dealer Description:

    This gorgeous 1970 Porsche 911T Coupe is absolutely spectacular and documented with a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity. This car is the real deal and was truly restored unlike most of the vintage Porsche 911ís listed for sale claim to be. As the PCOA documents this 1970 Porsche 911T Coupe retains its original beautiful color of Bahia Red with Black leatherette interior. The optional equipment included US equipment, front and rear bumper horns, left antenna w/ loudspeaker and noise suppression, air conditioning, tinted glass all around and chrome whole disk wheels. This car was the product of a comprehensive nut and bolt bare shell restoration. The restoration was coordinated by an experienced Porsche collector and long term Porsche Club of America member. The restoration started in 2017 and was completed in 2018. It only has 50 test miles since completion. Prior to the restoration this 911 was a very original car with 98,450 miles. During the restoration the car was taken to a bare metal shell. It retains all the original sheet metal with exception of the rockers and the area where the batteries are located. It also retains the original factory VIN stamping and tags throughout. During the restoration an authentic Porsche 911S front spoiler was added. The body is very straight with great gap lines throughout. The doors open and close very nicely. It was treated to a professional high end paint job in the original beautiful color of Bahia Red. The paint on this car could be award winning. The front windshield was replaced. All of the remaining glass is Porsche original and is in great condition. Everything on the exterior has been restored or replaced including such items as the window trim, wipers, mirror, front light bezel, rear deck lid grill, lenses, lights, rear bumpers and emblems. The car sits perfectly on authentic Porsche Fuch 15Ē wheels that are in excellent condition. The rear wheels are 7Ē opposed the factory 6Ē which makes them very desirable. The wheels are wrapped with new Yokohama Avid Envigor tires that are 195-65-15. The interior was completely restored in the original color of black. The interior is in beautiful condition throughout and complements the red exterior. Everything in the interior with exception of the gauges and clock was restored or replaced. Some of these items include the headliner, sun visors, rear view mirror, dash, steering wheel, door panels, door pockets, door sills, seats, seat belts and carpeting. The seats are from a 1974 Porsche 911. Everything in the interior is in working order with exception of the clock. Some examples of the working items include the dome lights, headlights, turn signals, gauges, radio, heat and choke lever. During the restoration the decision was made to delete the factory air conditioning. The engine compartment was restored and is highly detailed. Its home to the original matching numbers 2.2L 4 cylinder engine. This engine was completely rebuilt by an authorized Porsche dealership named Kendall Porsche. Kendall Porsche is located in Bend, OR and they have a vintage Porsche service center. The engine was restored to factory correct specifications and retains many of the correct stickerís throughout. Itís equipped with PMO dual carburetors with K&N air filters and a custom oil breather. This engine runs excellent and is still being broken in. All of the receipts for the engine rebuild are included. This is very valuable considering many vintage Porsche 911 engines arenít rebuilt like the sellers claim to be. The engine is coupled to the 5-speed transmission. The transmission is believed to be original to the car but since itís not listed on the PCOA it canít be documented. The transmission was also completely rebuilt by Kendall Porsche. All of the receipts for the transmission rebuild are included. The transmission and clutch operate very smoothly. The front compartment was restored and nicely detailed. It has a Porsche steel 15Ē wheel with Firestone F-580 tire as a spare. Some other items include new carpet pieces, dual Porsche Mull 12V #536024030 batteries, custom strut tower brace, and Porsche jack with tool kit. The undercarriage was restored and is nicely detailed throughout. Everything underneath has been restored or replaced including all of the suspension and braking system. The undercarriage is nice enough to put mirrors underneath at a car show. An original Porsche ownerís manual and a binder with receipts are included with the car. This 1970 Porsche 911T is truly one of the best vintage 911s currently on the market for sale. Thousands of dollars were invested in this spectacular restoration. Kendall Porsche did most of the mechanical work which is worth its weight in gold. This car was recently serviced and detailed which is documented with an invoice that is included.
    Doug Dill

    1973 911E Coupe
    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

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    Looks nice enough...with at least a few incorrect details...but those later seats have got to go. Look so out of place on this longhood...imho
    1967 911S Bahama Yellow/Black - In Restoration
    1997 993 4S Black/Cashmere

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    Wow, such an extensive restoration, 124K asking price and then ... those seats? A pair of nice 1970 seats is 2k, common guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zodiaco View Post
    Wow, such an extensive restoration, 124K asking price and then ... those seats? A pair of nice 1970 seats is 2k, common guys!
    Agreed, but the tombstone non-sport seats are still are much better seat for driving a 911 than the original ones - regardless of the price difference. The ask price is high even if the car came with original 1970 Recaro sport seats...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gruen911 View Post
    Agreed, but the tombstone non-sport seats are still are much better seat for driving a 911 than the original ones - regardless of the price difference. The ask price is high even if the car came with original 1970 Recaro sport seats...
    Ok I agree about the original comfort seats. I pulled mine and have GTS repro sports seats I am very happy with drove to Lake of the Ozarks 8hrs. each way very comfortable. Why not send the clock out for service during restoration and that hood badge!
    Mike Fitton # 2071
    2012 991 Platinum Silver
    1971 911T Targa Bahia Red
    1995 911 Carrera Polar Silver

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