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    119301080 . . .

    VIN = 119301080
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    '. . . 1969 Porsche 911S Coupe finished in Burgundy with a tan interior and corduroy inserts. This example was recently imported from Italy by a long-time CPR client. This example underwent a ground-up restoration by Autofficina A.C.R of Montemarciano Italy and has only traveled several hundred miles since completion. This example remains numbers matching to include its engine and gearbox.

    The car began restoration and was completely disassembled to the tub and stripped to bare metal. The car went through the metal process and received panel replacement as necessary and all gaps were set to factory tolerances. Upon completion in metal, the car was placed in heavy primer, meticulously prepped, and refinished in its correct original shade of Burgundy. The car was then thoroughly color sanded to eliminate orange peel and any light imperfections and began assembly

    Assembly on this 911S appears to have been meticulous, factory hardware throughout reflects correct plating and surface finishes. The car's window frames were thoroughly sanded to remove all imperfections, polished, and dipped to reproduce a correct factory anodized finish. Exterior components were replaced with new parts as necessary including corner lenses, horn grills, and so on. The matching-numbers engine was completely overhauled and built to stock 2.0L 911S specifications. The matching numbers gearbox was fully overhauled to include new gear sets and synchros. The car wears Italian specification European trim throughout.

    The undercarriage of this 911S is stunning. Fresh undercoating finished in black with fully overhauled suspension components with correct surface finishes. Restored OE hardware with correct plating and fully restored brake calipers, dust shields, and all-new bushings make for an undercarriage that you could nearly eat off of.

    The interior was refinished in Tan leatherette with cord seat inserts. The gauges were completely overhauled with new faces, pointers, and glass. The fit and finish of the interior are very tidy with nice attention to detail on small items such as the restored heater controls. The car wears a correct “diamond” perforated headliner, a new set of door pockets, a new dash, and a correct carpet kit to round out the interior
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    https://www.cprclassic.com/vehicles/836/1969-porsche-911s-coupe




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