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  1. #2071
    Quote Originally Posted by Jesse-911E 1969 View Post
    Ok! Wander what the original (blue) color was..
    looks like 324 blue metallic. too dark for Gemini (at least on my screen)

    ~J~
    air cooled only

  2. #2072
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    Should be Albert blau.

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    They confirmed that org. color is Albert Blue indeed.

  4. #2074

    FS: @Gooding 2019 Amelia Island - 1972 2.4L 911S Coupe

    Gooding & Company, 2019 Amelia Island Auction
    1972 Porsche 2.4L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 9112300686
    Engine: 6320864
    Trans: -
    Color: Silver Metallic/Black
    Mileage: 52.687 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: $250,000 - $300,000
    Sold for: TBD

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    Auction Description:

    - One of 1,750 S Coupes Produced in 1972 with Distinctive External Oil Filler
    - Matching-Numbers Engine per COA; Rebuilt to 2.7-Liter RS Specification
    - Desirably Equipped with Sport Seats and 7" Fuchs Wheels
    - Recent High-Quality Repaint in Original Silver Metallic by Rare Drive Inc.
    - Accompanied by Books, Tools, Porsche COA, and Extensive Documentation

    PROVENANCE
    Kermit Fox Jr., San Antonio, Texas (purchased new in 1972)
    Michael Jansen, San Antonio, Texas (acquired circa 1989)
    David Mohlman, Costa Mesa, California (acquired in 2000)
    Lee Wilson, Paso Robles, California (acquired from the above circa 2002)
    Scott Seeman, Blaine, Washington (acquired from the above in 2008)
    Current Owner (acquired from the above)

    FEATURED MEDIA
    Esses, Fall 2002, “David Mohlman’s ’72 911 S”

    THIS CAR
    For the 1972 model year, Porsche extensively upgraded its 911 flagship. Commonly referred to as the E series and produced in three versions – T, E, and S, in ascending order of both price and performance – its mechanical changes included an enlarged 2.4-liter engine. The Type 915 five-speed transmission was an all-new design with increased torque capacity and featured a more conventional “H” gate pattern for the first four gears instead of the previous dog-leg arrangement.

    A small chin spoiler, the result of aerodynamic work by Porsche engineers and standard on the 911 S, enhanced the car’s appearance and reduced front-end lift at speed. To improve weight distribution and handling, the oil tank was mounted ahead of the rear wheel, prompting an external filler cap to be installed below the passenger-side rear window. The top-of-the-range 911 S utilized Bosch mechanical fuel injection and developed a stout 190 hp at 6,500 rpm. In its February 1972 issue, Car and Driver declared, “The transformation is tremendous. Never before could the 911 be classified as a high-powered car; now it can.”

    According to its Certificate of Authenticity, this 1972 911 2.4 S left Porsche’s factory finished in Silver Metallic paint over a black leatherette interior. A US-specification vehicle, optional equipment included a limited-slip differential, stabilizer bars, KONI shocks, tinted glass, and antenna. One of only 1,750 high-performance S coupes built for 1972, this 911 S was purchased new in Texas, where it resided with its first two enthusiast owners and was upgraded to 2.7-liter RS engine specification early in its life using its original, matching-numbers case.

    Acquired by noted Porsche collector David Mohlman in September 2000, this car was stripped to bare metal and repainted in its original hue. Additionally, desirable factory sport seats trimmed in black leather and wider 7″ x 15″ Fuchs wheels were sourced and installed. After two additional interim custodians, this 911 S passed into current collector ownership via well-known Porsche racer and specialist Dirk Layer.

    In 2015, Rare Drive Inc., the award-winning restoration firm in New Hampshire, was entrusted to perform extensive refurbishment work. During the yearlong process, a concours-standard bare-metal repaint was done in original Silver Metallic and the original transmission was rebuilt, while other mechanical, braking, and suspension components were restored or replaced where needed.

    Supplied with books, tools, Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, and an extensive file of documentation dating to the early 1980s, this well-loved and well-maintained 911 S in attractive colors with RS engine upgrades presents in excellent condition throughout. Combining classic looks with superb performance, this example deserves serious consideration by any Porsche enthusiast or collector.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 02-20-2019 at 11:28 AM. Reason: Added Description
    Doug Dill

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

  5. #2075

    FS: @Gooding 2019 Amelia Island - 1967 2.0L 911S Coupe

    Gooding & Company, 2019 Amelia Island Auction
    1967 Porsche 2.0L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 306672 / 306672S
    Engine: 960668
    Trans: -
    Color: Polo Red/Black
    Mileage: -
    Auction Estimate: $250,000 - $300,000
    Sold for: TBD

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    Auction Description:

    - First Year of the Celebrated 911 S Model
    - Originally Sold Through Porsche Cars of Manhattan Inc.
    - Retained by the Original Owner for 48 Years; Just Two Owners from New
    - An Exceptionally Original and Well-Preserved Example with Rare Features
    - Retains Matching-Numbers Engine and Transaxle per Porsche Kardex
    - Offered with Original Dealer Sales Invoice, Brochure, Books, and Tools

    PROVENANCE
    Gerry Goldsmith, Bellerose, New York (acquired new via Porsche Cars of Manhattan Inc. in 1967)
    Current Owner (acquired from the above)

    THIS CAR
    The Porsche 911 is an undisputed motoring icon and one of the most successful sports cars of all time. While any 911 is inherently desirable, the earliest examples have become increasingly prized due to their purity of line, lively performance, and vintage character. Of the early short-wheelbase 911 models, the most collectible is the high-performance S variant, introduced for the 1967 model year. Boasting 160 bhp, lightweight Fuchs alloy wheels, ventilated disc brakes, revised gear ratios, and improved suspension, the original 911 S was one of the most capable – and sought-after – sports cars of its era.

    The 1967 911 S presented here, chassis 306672S, was completed at the Porsche factory on November 7, 1966. Destined for North American delivery, this car was finished in Polo Red (6602) with black vinyl upholstery and equipped with Dunlop SP tires and a Webasto gasoline heater. Distributed through Porsche of America Corporation in Teaneck, New Jersey, the new 911 S was sold new through Porsche Cars of Manhattan Inc.

    As documented by the original sales invoice and copy of the factory Kardex, this 911 S was first sold to Gerry Goldsmith, a resident of Bellerose, New York. His new car, which carried a sticker price of $7,343.50, was appropriately equipped for driving in New York City, with options such as a Blaupunkt radio, front and rear bumper guards, side-view mirror, three-point safety belts, and a dealer-installed Mark V air-conditioning system.

    According to Mrs. Goldsmith, their young son had begged her husband to purchase the 911 S, and it came to be considered a member of their family. Remarkably, the car remained in their care for 48 years, during which time it was driven approximately 76,000 miles and always meticulously maintained. Finally, in 2015, the consignor, a New York-based collector with a passion for unrestored cars, was able to purchase the Porsche from its original owners.

    In consignor’s care, the car has enjoyed minimal use and presents today in superb, unrestored condition. Not only does this car still retain its distinctive as-delivered features, the consignor reports that it wears most of its factory-applied Polo Red paint finish and still has its original KONI shock absorbers. Consistent with its exceptional condition, this car is accompanied by its original sales invoice and 911 S brochure from Porsche Cars of Manhattan Inc., as well as the tool kit, owner’s manual, service book, and Blaupunkt radio pamphlets.

    This extraordinary first-year 911 S, with its fascinating history, desirable options, and two-owner provenance, is an exciting find that is sure to attract interest from Porsche enthusiasts the world over.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 02-20-2019 at 10:15 AM. Reason: Added Description
    Doug Dill

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

  6. #2076
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    A Signal Yellow/brown 73S coupe just showed up on the PCA site. Anyone know it?

    https://www.pca.org/classified-ad/333184
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  7. #2077
    "Peptic inserts"
    "Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind." - Dr. Seuss

    Early S Registry #235
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  8. #2078
    Quote Originally Posted by Eminence Gris View Post
    A Signal Yellow/brown 73S coupe just showed up on the PCA site. Anyone know it?
    Seller is a member here who has posted and sold some other very nice cars in the past.

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    For example this beauty:
    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...pe-Irish-Green
    Last edited by nickb4; 01-10-2019 at 10:08 AM.

  9. #2079
    Quote Originally Posted by Eminence Gris View Post
    A Signal Yellow/brown 73S coupe just showed up on the PCA site. Anyone know it?

    https://www.pca.org/classified-ad/333184
    Wonderful color combo . . .

    For the record:
    1973 Porsche 2.4L 911S Coupe
    VIN: -
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Signal Yellow/Brown Cork
    Mileage: -
    Price: US$195,000

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    Seller's Description:

    Fully restored 911S. Last year of the real S. Restored to original specifications, including original color Signal Yellow (52). Matching numbers motor completely and professionally rebuilt. Brown leather interior with sport seats and peptic inserts. 915 gearbox fully rebuilt. 15x6 flat Fuchs. Through the grille fog lights as specified on COA. No issues or stories.
    Doug Dill

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

  10. #2080
    I believe that is the Straat car from Miami.

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