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  1. #2191

    FS: @BaT - 1973 2.4L 911S Coupe

    Bring-a-Trailer Website Auction
    1973 Porsche 2.4L 911S Coupe, Lot #21325
    VIN: 9113301150
    Engine: 6331755
    Trans: 7339259
    Color: Silver Metallic/Black Leather
    Mileage: 37,399 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: NO SALE (Highest bid: US$178,500 on 7/29/19)

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    BaT Description:

    This 1973 Porsche 911S coupe is a US-spec example built in May 1973 and finished in Silver Metallic over black partial leather. Factory equipment includes Koni shocks, sport seats, an auxiliary oil cooler, an electric sunroof, tinted glass, and a manual radio antenna. The car was sold new through Kendon Porsche Audi of Wilmington, California. It reportedly had three documented owners with registrations in California, Texas, New Mexico, and Georgia prior to the selling dealer’s acquisition in late 2018 from the prior owner of nearly 35 years. Power comes from a numbers-matching 2.4-liter flat-six paired with the original five-speed manual transaxle. In spring 2019 the selling dealer performed a detailing and steam cleaning, mounted new Michelin tires, and completed mechanical servicing as detailed below. This 911S is now offered in Houston, Texas with a service file dating back to 1980, its window sticker, factory manuals, a Porsche Production Specifications certificate, and a clean North Carolina title.

    This 911S received a repaint in its factory Silver Metallic years ago according to the seller. The glass retains Sekurit markings as shown in the photo gallery below, and factory badging is present front and rear. In 2019 the seller serviced the car with new front hood struts, torsion cover plates, and rear sway-bar brackets. In spring 2019 the 15″ Fuchs alloy wheels were mounted with four new 185/70-series Michelin XWX tires manufactured in April 2018. The seller has provided photos of 1973 date codes for each wheel including the trunk-mounted spare. A jack and tools are also contained in the front trunk.

    This 911S was optioned with factory leather sport seats and an electric sunroof. A four-spoke steering wheel and a Blaupunkt AM/FM radio remain fitted. The five-digit odometer indicates approximately 37,400 miles, although true mileage is unknown as records date back to 1980.

    The numbers-matching 2.4-liter flat-six received an oil change, oil sump plate, hot air tube, and replacement breather hose in spring 2019. Included maintenance records are shown in the gallery, and they list a new exhaust valve cover, oil sump gasket, valve cover gasket, chain tensioner, air filter, fuel filter insert, oil pressure adapter, and various other gaskets/seals between 2003–2010. A recent compression check reportedly revealed 130–135 psi in each cylinder.

    Engine #6331755 and transaxle #7339259 both match the included Porsche Production Specifications certificate as original to this chassis. Additional factory numbers and markings are documented. Prior records also indicate replacement of the steering pan seal and front steering pan cover. The engine bay and underside were steam cleaned prior to this sale.

    The window sticker lists delivery to Kendon Porsche Audi of Wilmington, California along with a $12,369.50 total price including optional equipment. The Porsche Production Specifications certificate records much of the same information as the window sticker.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 07-30-2019 at 05:43 PM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

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

  2. #2192

    FS: @Bonhams - 1968 2.0L 911L Coupe

    Bonhams Quail Lodge Auction, Carmel, CA, August 15, 2019
    1968 Porsche 2.0L 911L Coupe, Lot 39
    VIN: 11805305
    Engine: 3281047
    Trans: -
    Color: Burgundy Red/Black Leather
    Mileage: 14,462 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: US$75,000 - 95,000/£60,000 - 76,000 (To be sold without reserve)
    Sold for: US$61,600 (including premium)

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    Auction Description:

    *Beautifully restored numbers matching, short-wheelbase 911
    *One-year only 2.0 L model
    *Excellent Porsche for road rallies or Sunday drives
    *Offered with Porsche-issued Certificate of Authenticity, original tools, and spares

    Completed at Porsches Zuffenhausen-based works on April 24th, 1968, this rare one-year-only 911L was finished in the same gorgeous combination that it currently sports today; Burgundy Red over a black leather interior. The car was equipped for the US market and optioned with a steering wheel lock, tinted Glass, Becker radio with antenna, fog lamps, leather headrests, an exterior mirror, and Dunlop tires.

    The car is believed to have spent the majority, if not all, of its life in California. After having heard rumors from a friend that a 911 that was lying dormant in a California garage for the last 10 plus years, in April of 2014, the consignor was able to strike a deal and purchase the incredibly original and unmolested 911L. Upon acquiring the car, a full nut-and-bolt restoration was begun. The body was taken down to the bare metal before being refinished in its original color, and the interior was re-trimmed in black leather. While the car was disassembled, virtually every piece of rubber was renewed. The original, numbers drivetrain was also fully rebuilt. The engine was line bored, the crankshaft ground, and hardened cylinders honed with new "JE" forged pistons with 9.5-1 compression ratio were fitted. During the rebuild, the engine was upgraded with "E" cams and big valve "S" type heads – the original heads and cams were retained and will accompany the car along with an original tool roll, jack and spare, and COA. All of the machine work was completed by Lesco in San Luis Obispo. The transmission was rebuilt by Porsche mechanic and racer, Greg Smith of Morro Bay. During the assembly, new brakes, a new clutch, pressure plate, and exhaust system was fitted.

    The serious Porsche collector seeking an early 911 coupe ready to be enjoyed on their favorite backroad or competing for trophies at their local gatherings need to look no further than this outstanding example. With its handsome color combination and excellent details, this restored, sorted coupe is ready to make its next owner proud.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 08-20-2019 at 11:02 AM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

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

  3. #2193
    Senior Member ennisk1's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
    Another car struggling to find a long-term owner . . .
    RM|Sotheby's 2019 Monterey Auction, August 15-17, 20019
    1967 Porsche 2.0L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 308081 / 308081S
    Engine: 961788
    Trans: 104759
    Color: Polo Red/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 73,747 (indicated)
    Sold for: TBD

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    Auction Description:

    - Numbers-matching drivetrain
    - Comprehensive nut-and-bolt restoration
    - Documented history from new
    - Porsche Certificate of Authenticity

    Offered here is a fully restored example that is showing just 73,000 miles and spent a good portion of its life in storage. According to its Porsche-issued Certificate of Authenticity, chassis 308081S was completed June 9, 1967, delivered in Polo Red over Black Leatherette. Optional fog lamps and a Blaupunkt New York radio with speakers and antenna were included. It was originally sold by noted Porsche dealer Stoddard in Willoughby, Ohio. Its first owner kept the car for 28 years, accruing just a few thousand miles per year. The second long-term owner drove this 911 S only intermittently, as a growing family made it impractical for transportation. He also found it challenging to maintain, as the rural family lived some hundred miles from the nearest dealer. Over time the 911 had been repainted white and the original 4.5×15-inch Fuchs alloys had been replaced with wider steel wheels. In the 1990s, the Porsche was parked in a dry, heated barn, where it remained until 2015, when it was offered for sale in need of restoration.

    Its new owner commissioned a bare-metal, nuts-and-bolts restoration by marque specialist Straat Automobile in Miami, Florida. The car was refinished in its original Polo Red and received a completely new interior and a comprehensive mechanical overhaul. A set of correct early Fuchs alloys were sourced and installed. This very collectible 911 S is an excellent example to enjoy again as a spirited driver or competitive concours entrant. It is supplied with spare, jack, and tools, a file of receipts, and restoration photographs.

    308081S sold for $137,500 in Scottsdale in 2015.
    I saw it when the second owner had it in New Hampshire parked in his barn, I mean “ heated garage”. I passed on it as he wanted $100,000. Whoever bought it sold it at Bonhams. I stumbled upon it later in Miami. It’s advertised for $195,000 on the restorer/dealer’s site.
    Keith E.
    Early 911S Registry #941
    1976 911S 3.2

  4. #2194

    FS: @NWEuro - 1967 911S Coupe - 306498S

    Northwest European, Issaquah, WA
    1967 Porsche 2.0L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 306498 / 306498S
    Engine: 960619 (see description)
    Trans: 103618
    Color: Polo Red/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 00,502 (indicated)
    Price: US$185,000

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    Dealer Description:

    This 1967 Porsche 911S followed in those footsteps during the recent restoration. Some simple modifications in tune with the “sports-purpose” mantra for many early 911s.

    Beginning with the engine, a complete overhaul was specified. The factory original engine case was damaged many years ago, so a replacement blank case was used for the restoration, which has been re-stamped as 960617. The original engine case (#960617) is included with the car, and upon inspection and discussion, it may still be possible to repair it if desired. Furthermore, the car has just finished it’s 500-mile break-in period and has just had an oil/filter change in May 2019.

    The car features the original numbers and type matching 901 transmission case (#103618), fully rebuilt with stock internals, plus the addition of a Quaife limited slip differential. It shifts smoothly into all gears and is a treat to drive on back roads.

    Suspension duties are handled with a few bolt on upgrades as well, utilizing LWB front suspension components, and adjustable sway bars front and rear. Dampening is handled by Koni shocks at all four corners. Original 1967 911S front suspension components are included with the car.

    For the wheels and tires, the sports purpose theme continues, and the car is currently running a set of Fuchs sized 15x6 and 15x7R, finished in a frosted RSR look by Harvey Weidman. Michelin TB15 tires in a slightly staggered set-up were chosen to wrap around the Fuchs – 15/60 R15 up front, and 18/60 R15 out back.

    All bare metal was restored and replaced as needed before the original shade of Polo Red was applied once again to the car. All trim and rubber is new and/or refurbished and Sekurit original glass is in place other than the front windshield. Deco trim, bumperettes, and all the lights are new as well during the restoration. Currently featuring fog/driving lights under the bumper, the cover plates are included and have also been restored and painted Polo Red at the same time, providing you the option for either look.

    The interior is all fresh as well – carpets, headliner, seating surfaces, dash, gauges, door panels. All stock other than the later style seats that feature houndstooth/pepita inserts. The upgraded seats are very comfortable and could easily be switched for standard seats as desired. For interior comfort, the car was optioned with a factory Webasto heater. The heater has been restored and is in place, but not connected at this time due to safety concerns. The large diameter steering wheel keeps the SWB flavor alive during the driving experience.
    Doug Dill

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

  5. #2195
    Senior Member Peanut's Avatar
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    1968S for Sale - 11801007; Price not listed. In Belgium.

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    Year of construction: 1968
    Model: 911 S
    Body: Coupé
    Series: 911 F-Model
    Power: 160 HP
    Cylinder capacity: 2,0 Liter
    Steering: left
    Transmission: Manual
    Drive: Rear drive
    Interior color: Black
    Interior material: Leatherette
    Exterior color: Grey
    Manufacturer color code (exterior): Slate Grey
    Ready to drive: Yes

    1968 911S
    1986 Carrera
    2006 Carrera S

    1973 BMW 3.0CS - Frances (gone but not forgotten)

  6. #2196

    FS: @CarpacUSA - '68 911S Coupe - 11801121

    Saw this car at Carparc's open house during the LA Lit Show weekend. It's stunning.
    CarparcUSA LLC, Costa Mesa CA
    1968 Porsche 2.0L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 11801121
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Tangerine/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 98,124 (indicated)
    Price: US$289,000 (asking)

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    Dealer Description:

    We have recently completed a full Concours restoration and are now offering for sale a 1968 Porsche 911S finished in Tangerine with black leatherette interior. The car is matching numbers with VIN # 118.0.1121 and a complete restoration was performed by us in our facility in Costa Mesa. This car is very nicely optioned with Webasto Heater, S-Trim, fog lights and the extremely rare Map Light. Due to stricter emissions testing, Porsche did not import the 68’ 911S into the United States for fear that it would fail, for this reason 68 911S models that were eventually imported to the United States are extremely coveted and rare to see. This was also the last year of the SWB 911’s with Porsche increasing the wheelbase in 1969.

    The first owner of the car, was a doctor who lived in La Jolla, California at the time and apparently had either family or friend connections to the Porsche family. He owned the car for 3 short years before selling it to the current owner Jim Hennessey. Jim first became aware of the car in 1971, through the doctors son, whom he was friends with. The doctor always kept the car in the garage at his house and rarely drove it. One day, in 1971, Jim had the opportunity to drive the car, which had only accumulated 7,000 miles over 3 years. He was so enthralled by the experience he sold his Corvette and convinced the doctor to sell him the Porsche. He has been the sole owner ever since. Jim enjoyed the car for years until putting it in storage with the idea to restore it one day. In 2015, we pulled the car out of Jim’s storage unit in Irvine, California where it had sat for 40 years. The car is matching numbers, very original and was in great condition. After recovering from storage, we started a complete restoration which took nearly 2 years to complete.

    We have hundreds of photos detailing the restoration during various stages. Everything we do is photographed and uploaded to a flash drive which will be included with the sale of the vehicle. All invoices detailing the costs of the restoration will also be included. This is an extremely well documented car. We log hundreds of hours during our Concours restoration making sure every detail is correct.

    This matching numbers car comes with a great history, original Kardex, owners manual, tool kit and jack. (Jim opted to install a period Prototipo steering wheel but an original will be included with purchase). Well documented cars are harder and harder to come by these days and lucky for you, this car hadn't moved for 40 years. The “original” owner Jim had no intention of selling the car after the restoration was complete but due to unforeseen personal circumstances we are now offering it for sale.
    Doug Dill

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

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    Comes with original tassel keychain
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  9. #2199

    Fs: @cpr - 1967 911s swt - 500238s

    Appears to be a real gem . . .
    California Porsche Restoration, Fallbrook, CA
    1967 Porsche 2.0L 911S Soft-Window Targa, Stock #2482
    VIN: 500238 / 500238S
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Light Ivory/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 86,518 km (indicated)
    Price: Not Listed

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    Dealer Description:

    CPR Classic is thrilled to introduce one of the most beautiful, blue-chip, show-quality restorations that CPR has ever produced. This 1967 Porsche 911S soft-window targa is a fully restored, rotisserie restoration that was completed here at CPR Classic several years ago.

    The car is a completely numbers matching example finished in its correct color combination of light ivory over a black leather interior. The car underwent a comprehensive every-nut-and-bolt restoration to the highest standards with CPR and has been in a noteworthy collection for the last several years since completion. The car was driven extremely sparingly during this time and was regularly started, warmed up and kept detailed in the collector's climate-controlled facility.

    Upon returning to CPR, the car arrived in essentially as-delivered condition with no flaws or damage of any kind. We thoroughly inspected the car addressing a few minor items as well as performing a complete service and detail.

    The most collectible, valuable, and sought after short-wheelbase 911s are the Soft window 911S targas of 1967. This example is one of a believed 360 911S soft window targa units produced in 1967 by Porsche, of which only a handful remain. Soft window targas are exceedingly rare compared to the production numbers of coupes and thus have become the most desirable short wheelbase 911 in the current market today.

    If you are looking for a Pebble Beach quality Porsche that stands an excellent chance of winning any show event it's entered in; this is a must-see example.
    Doug Dill

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

  10. #2200

    FS: @Neimann Exclusive - 1967 2.0L 911S Coupe

    Neimann Exclusive Cars, Bad Köstritz, Germany
    1967 Porsche 2.0L 911S Coupe
    VIN: -
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Slate Gray/Red
    Mileage: -
    Price: US$220,000

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    Dealer Description:

    US Car with title on hand. Car is located in Germany. Build 10/66. Fully restored with 130K in parts and labour. Matching numbers and colour Slate Gray. More pictures on request. Easy import to the USA.
    Doug Dill

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

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