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    FS: Matching numbers 'oelklappe' 911T...

    Are you looking for a car that can be driven – and deserves to be driven far and fast? With a mild touch of 'hot rod', this 1972 911T could be the car for you!






    Looking for a great classic Porsche? This one should be on your very short list. This matching numbers 1972 911 T has a lot going for it not least that, being a 1972 model, it is the rare 'oelklappe' model with its one-year-only side oil filler.

    For starters, the 2.4 engines are great to drive, with good power delivery and torque. This particular one has the benefit of the MFI (mechanical fuel injection) which was fitted for only a short time to this model, and not all ‘T’’s have it.
    The Letter of Origin states a production date of June 1972, with first registration in July 1972 in the US. It also confirms it is matching 2.4 litre Type 911/51 engine (US version with mechanical fuel injection making 140 bhp) and Type 915/02 5 speed gearbox.

    Optioned in Light Ivory (paint code 131) with black leatherette interior and 15 inch Fuchs light alloys (400), retractable antenna and 4 speakers (440), Equipment Package (470) and tinted glass (568).

    The colour is not seen often, and lends itself to a little personalisation – this one has been given black stripes on the bonnet and ‘PORSCHE’ door decals. Additionally, it is fitted with the ‘S’ spec front bumper and integrated spoiler, plus very nice period correct replica Recaro seats from BF Torino (‘Le Mans’ model in black leather). It also has three point inertia reel seat belts.

    This 911 has a very honest appearance, supported by history that dates back to 1981. It came to the UK in July 2004, and in the last 15 years this 911 has enjoyed a life of leisure covering just over 1000 miles. Serviced and tuned in the last few hundred miles, it will also have a detailed and inspection report from our workshop.

    Worth noting is how nice this 911 appears both on top and underneath, with a very neat interior, good instruments, carpets, dash top, steering wheel, seats and excellent Fuchs. The technical parts perform well.
    As such, we consider it at the very top end of our strong driver quality Condition Grade 3 (out of 5), maybe even a 4 out of 5. Supplied with our classic Porsche warranty. We can share many more images, including the underside, plus videos and inspection findings.

    UK registered, we can arrange Nationwide delivery and Worldwide export. Finance and part exchange available. Call sales on +44 (0)1752 840307. Alternatively e-mail sales@williamscrawford.co.uk, telling them that you saw it here on the Registry forum!

    This is definitely a 911 to be enjoyed and priced at just £82,995, it ticks all the boxes!

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    This is really close to what I’m looking for…. If only it was in the us.

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    Thanks for posting! GLWS
    Peter Kane

    '72 911S Targa
    Message Board Co-Moderator - Early 911S Registry #100

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atomic View Post
    This is really close to what I’m looking for…. If only it was in the us.
    Well.... tell you what, just for fun, I'll get you a quote for shipping it over to you. I gather you're in Texas, but where?
    Cornwall
    UK

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    Doug Dill

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

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    Austin, Texas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by H-viken View Post
    The dollar is strong right now!
    Go pick it up in Europe, take a few week vacation and ship home. Check off one more bucket list item…
    Nick Psyllos
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    Quote Originally Posted by H-viken View Post
    The dollar is strong right now!
    Great for you, not so great for us!
    Cornwall
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    67 911 de Luxe, 356 B silver metallic / brown interior, ( buck skin really ) 67 PORSCHE [ built ] 912, Crystal blue, black interior, 72 T, Silver metallic/black interior, appearance group,factory AC.

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