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    FS: 1972 Porsche 911S - Albert Blue - Highly Original - Special 911S Registry Price

    1972 Porsche 911 S 2.4L External Oil Filler

    -1 of 1750 911S Coupes built for 1972
    -Italian Delivery, European Spec
    -86,000 Original Miles
    -Stamped Italian Dealership Service Booklet
    -Matching Numbers and Colors Confirmed by Italian COA
    -Rare Albert Blue color
    -Highly original car
    -Just Received Full Service Running Excellently
    -Rare 1972 Only External Oil Filler Model
    -Previously owned by Renowned Art Dealer, Artist, and Curator Kenny Schacter.
    -2 Owner Car (One lifelong owner until 2018)

    This Italian Delivery, European specification 1972 Porsche 911S 2.4L is a highly original example presented in its original finish of Albert Blue. A matching numbers example, it has been kept to an incredibly high standard, receiving services on time, every time. We have the stamped Italian Dealership Service Booklet and additional service records by marque specialists that corroborate the mileage on the car. We acquired this car from renowned New York artist, art dealer, and curator Kenny Schachter, who purchased it from Tramonti Diffusion, an Italian Porsche dealership, who acquired the vehicle from its original owner in 2018. Mr Schachter brought the 911S to the United Kingdom, where he enjoyed it until October 2019, when the 911 was imported to the United States. This 2 documented owner car is all original other than one quality repaint in the 80s and a refinishing of the original Black Leather seats. The car has been recently serviced just prior to our acquisition, and runs and drives excellently. The 915 transmission shifts smoothly thorugh all gears. In 1972 Porsche decided to experiment with shifting the weight of the already rear-heavy 911 by moving the oil tank to a different location, and thus the external oil filler cap was born. The design was cancelled after only one year (due to lot attendants filling the oil tank with gasoline), making this a single year only car. All panels appear original, including the steel front bumper and lower valance. The car has no rust whastoever, and the Fuchs wheels are in beautiful condition. The interior is fully original, including the front seats, which received new black leather. The result is a highly original, excellent condition car, with plenty of character, that can be enjoyed for years to come. This is a matching numbers car, as confirmed by Italian COA, and will come with records, books, and a spare wheel.

    -$199K

    See full listing here: https://www.cooperclassiccars.com/19...lue-c-4332.htm

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    Righteous Indignation 70SATMan's Avatar
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    This color really pops! I thought Albert was darker.. More like Bali??? I think Bali is brighter, No?
    Michael
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    Was it an 'option' to have comfort seats in a S model 1972 911?
    I was of the belief they came standard with Sports seats but may be wrong.
    Mark

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    No, sport seats were an option. I would put sport seats in this car all day!
    72S, 72T now ST

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZVW View Post
    Was it an 'option' to have comfort seats in a S model 1972 911?
    I was of the belief they came standard with Sports seats but may be wrong.
    Standard only in '71 IIRC.
    Michael
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    Senior Member 911kiwi's Avatar
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    Sports seats were definitely an option. Some 2.7RSs didn’t have sports seats!!!

    That colour looks stunning. Actually the whole car does!
    Kiwi
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    Thanks lad's.
    Are there any Members here that can honestly say that the comfort seats were comfortable even when new?
    Mark

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    Actually Mark, YES. I had a pair in a ‘72 T that were like new, a couple … actually 3 decades ago, and they WERE comfortable.
    As in family sedan comfortable. No lateral support or remotely suited to spirited driving though.
    Both for long distance touring comfort & spirited driving support, however sports seats win hand down!
    Kiwi
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