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Thread: FS: Porsche 911 S 2000, MY69, Burgundy red, sunroof, fully restored, matching numbers

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    FS: Porsche 911 S 2000, MY69, Burgundy red, sunroof, fully restored, matching numbers

    Good morning everybody,

    below you can some photos and information about the Porsche 911 S 2000, MY69, Italian that I've for sale. Further photos and information on www.gulfblue.it
    Thanks,
    Enrico

    MY69, produced in October '68, Burgundy Red over black pied-de-poule interior, delivered new in Italy with the following options: outside left mirror, loudspeaker, noise suppressor and sunroof.

    The car received a long, fastidiously detailed and expensive restoration, by the current owner who regenerated the original components or looked for NOS spare parts to get a sample looking brand new. Each step of the restoration has been documented by tens of photos.

    The original matching numbers engine and gearbox were fully overhauled as the electrical and braking system, suspensions and steering box.

    This is one of the very first samples of the Long Wheel Base evolution of 911 which, on the S version, mounted for the first time the typical mechanical fuel injection Bosch pump. Outside the car was finished with a sporty purpose, with white stripes instead of the chromed; suspensions setup is stiffer and lowered while the original seats were changed with sporty Recaro seats upholstered in hound's tooth central cloth white/red/green.

    The car comes with Italian title and will be delivered with Certificate of authenticity, original Kardex and documents of the previous owners (italian Estratto Cronologico).

    Upon request we could send the photo-book of the restoration. The car could be seen by appointment near Brescia (Italy)

    The asking price is 220.000 Euro.


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    Last edited by 72targa; 02-06-2018 at 07:52 AM. Reason: Price added per author

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    Peter Kane

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    Looks like an incredible car. Exceptional photos as well. GLWTS.

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    VIN = 119300267?
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    Previous mention? . . .
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    . . . + see post #15 . . .
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    yes, it is the same!

    Other numbers in private message

    Enrico

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