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    Aug 2008
    California High Desert


    VIN = 9113300120
    Eng# = ?
    Trans# = ?
    Prod# = ?

    '. . . 1973 Porsche 911S Coupe finished in Irish Green over a black leather interior. This example remains numbers matching including its engine, gearbox, and color combination and benefits from recent refresh and upgrade work.

    This 911S was appointed nicely with the following options:

    -Koni Dampers
    -Air Conditioner w/ Crashbar for Front Condenser
    -Blaupunkt Radio
    -Tinted Glass All-Around
    -Dunlop Tires

    This 911S first came to CPR via trade-in for another 911. It arrived as a solid driver requiring some cosmetic and mechanical reconditioning. CPR began preparation on the car by removing the drivetrain and disassembling the car's suspension.

    The engine received a major service, including a valve adjustment, new spark plugs, and all new belts and hoses. We installed a new clutch kit and flywheel and overhauled the car's shift linkage. The gearbox received a detailed cleaning and gasket kit before reinstallation.

    We elected to repaint the front to address rock chips and blemishes it had collected over the years. Following paint, CPR reassembled the car with all-new exterior components, including H4 headlights and new front and rear corner lenses. CPR deleted the front bumper guards, and replaced the rear bumper guards with earlier chrome examples. We replaced the bumper decos and rocker moldings with new units. The car also received a complete new seal kit including door seals, hood, and decklid seals. Al Reed restored the wheels, which wear a set of 2019-dated 185/70R15 Pirelli P6000 tires.

    Following completion of the above work, the car was sent to Autobahn Interiors in San Diego, California where a new black leather interior was installed at a cost of over $10,000. We elected to add houndstooth inserts to the front seats during the process.

    A new battery was installed and the clock was rebuilt by Palo Alto Speedometer.

    An Xpel clear bra covering the hood, both fenders, and the front bumper was professionally installed on the car for added protection. Upon completion of the clear bra, the car sold to a long-time CPR client.

    Before delivery to the most recent owner, CPR upgraded the original factory air conditioning to an R134 kit, comprising a new compressor, condenser, dryer, new a/c lines, and a new dash register. The system works outstanding and blows ice-cold air even in hot conditions.

    CPR also installed a Porsche Classic Radio with integrated Bluetooth and navigation.

    This lovely 911S spent the past year living in a collection in Texas. It has been driven sparingly and was occasionally shown locally but is ready for a new owner and a new locale.

    The car is now offered by CPR one year removed from almost $30,000 in preparation work and is ready for immediate delivery
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