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Thread: FS: 1968 911 Normale

  1. #1
    Senior Member
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    Dec 2008
    Woodland Hills, CA

    FS: 1968 911 Normale

    1968 911 Normale, 11830186 in an unusual color combo of 70192 Beige Grey over Red Leatherette. S Gauges, with matching engine and 5 speed trans. I have the COA and Kardex confirming this. Both pans are unrestored and original, as are the sound pad and the uncut door panels. California Black Plates. This car has never gone through a total restoration. Items only restored as needed. The odometer reads 42,000 and change, but I will assume that it is 142,000 and change. Although, the original aluminum case has never been split. I want a $100K for the car. New price is $92,500. SOLD

    Partial List:

    Drive train:
    Early matching 10/67 Aluminum Case
    Complete upper end rebuild 2000 miles ago
    2.2 E Mahle PCs with Dougherty DC-30 S Mod Cams
    Dansk Sport Muffler
    Transmission rebuilt
    New Axles
    100 liter Fuel Tank
    S/T Oil Fill

    Beige Grey Paint applied 3 years ago and is very close to perfect
    (windows out-have photos)
    Clear Bra
    Detailed Trunk area
    Original “Bosch” Euro lenses front and rear
    Light weight plastic door handles
    Your choice of wheels: Stock Steelies with caps, or widen Steelies to 7s and 6s, or restored 6x15 Fuchs

    Fresh interior by Tony at Autobahn
    Period correct Scheel 400 Rally Seats (Have original Seats)
    Beautiful crack free Dash
    Correct Z series Blaupunkt
    Original uncut Door Panels
    New Weatherstrips
    New Perlon Carpet
    S Gauges
    Working Clock

    Calipers all rebuilt
    New Mastercylinder
    Non factory rear sway bar
    Bilstein Yellows

    Original front and rear Seats (Red)
    Original Rear Bumpers and Center License Plate Panel
    Original Door Handles with keys
    Original side Rocker Deco/Moldings
    Original Horn Grills
    Original Side Marker Lights
    Original Oil Filler and Cap
    Original Air Cleaner

    The Bad:
    4 or 5 small stone chips (I drive it)
    Small rust repair at left front hood hinge
    4” or 5” gouge in the pan towards the center rear, as if the car ran over something by the PO
    There are also some repaired holes in the pan from a previous roll bar installation
    The oil level gauge bounces around and is inaccurate

    This is a solid beautiful driving #2+ car. I make no excuses for my vision to build a matching numbers Hot Rod. This SWB is very quick and enjoyable. The car is located in the L.A. area of Southern California. Reason for the sale is I’m onto another car. Please don’t ask me to sell the spares separately. This is a package deal. Thank you.
    Cell: 626 221-6062
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    Last edited by gsjohnson; 10-05-2014 at 03:34 PM.

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    Did you use the 2.0 liter heads on the 2.2 pistons/cylinders?
    Early S Registry member #90
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    Fort Worth Tx.

  3. #3
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Dec 2008
    Woodland Hills, CA
    I actually used a later set of E 2.0 heads with the larger valves and had them machined for the 2.2 PCs.

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    Need more pics for us to admire.
    Sent from a pay phone

    888888 eL, Oph'eL'ia

    Instagram: werk_crew

  5. #5
    This car is gorgeous - hopefully it stays in SoCal so I can still see it from time to time. GLWS
    Porsche: '63 356B | '66 912 | '71 911E | '95 993 RS tribute
    Others: yes
    Instagram: photosbyteej

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    Woodland Hills, CA
    Thank you for the compliments.
    Interior shot with the Scheel Seats
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    WOW...this one caught my attention! Super nice GSJ. GLWS.

    Too many Porsches and one VW are starting to fill up my desert landscape.

    See my Instagram and dedicated 1967 911S web site (under development) for more rare parts that are not listed for sale here or other web sites:

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    Physics Guy oscillon's Avatar
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    Washington DC
    Very tastefully done. I'm generally not turned on by mod-ed porsches, but your car is extremely nice. GLWS.
    Dan B.
    1966 911 black/red
    1966 912 slate grey
    1996 993 black/tan

  10. #10
    This car caught my eye at the last Phoenix Club meet. It was a definite standout and I happen to have pictures to prove it.




    Doug Dill

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

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