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Thread: FS: 1969 Porsche 911S

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    FS: 1969 Porsche 911S


    I'm looking to sell my 1969 Porsche 911S. This is the original BaT listing of the car that I purchased: I recently moved from California to Lewisburg, West Virginia, and priorities have changed so wanting to sell to have some additional funds.

    The engine number matches, but the transmission is a later one.

    Since I purchased it, I have put in a good amount of work to get it mechanically sound and have started to get it back into a more original shape.

    - Complete engine rebuild with new parts by Tom Amon

    - New sound pad in engine bay
    - New SSI heat exchangers
    - Reseal Transmission, replace intermediate plate bearings for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 1st to Rev slider. Replaced speedo drive.
    - New sachs performance clutch
    - Replaced leaky oil cooler with new
    - Replaced oil level sending unit
    - Replaced CD + coil with performance ones
    - Brake caliper rebuild
    - Reverted to restored H1 headlights
- 1200 miles since rebuilds and 1k service was done by Tom.
    - Changed seats to correct comfort recaros (needs to be reupholstered, currently in ok condition)
    - Cleaned up trunk (done by RMG), not a mess like it was before in the BaT listing. (Here's RMG's gallery on the work they did
    - Removed passenger side mirror and was welded and painted by Gabriel from UACC
    - Replaced front bumper and valance with a used one with bumperettes. Paint and installation was done by Gabriel from UACC.
    - Replace door panels with correct door panels (don't have the map pockets yet)
    - Replaced incorrect engine grill with correct 5-slat engine grill
    - Bought exterior door handles (NOS), haven't installed yet
    - Bought a new set of window frames and quarter panel window frames that I was going to have bright dipped and replace the current black ones
    - Bought a (maybe) correct steering wheel

    Spent over $50k with Tom and RMG since purchasing, its very mechanically sound and drives like a dream!

    I haven't gotten the chance to take updated photos yet, but I'll be taking some photos this weekend.

    Here's some photos from during the engine rebuild:
    Some photos of the transmission rebuild:
    Photos from RMG:

    Asking for $90k which I think is reasonable given the recent complete mechanic overhaul but open to offers.
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    Last edited by 72targa; 07-07-2023 at 12:47 AM. Reason: Photo rotation

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    Always nice to see a early 911 'project' making progress!
    For the record:
    VIN: 119300019
    Engine: 6390054
    Trans: 7190104
    Doug Dill

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

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    Lighting Specialist jaudette3's Avatar
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    Bend, Oregon
    Nice work and nice car! Best of luck with the sale, someone is going to get a great deal IMO.

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    East TN
    posix, PM sent
    ‘87 911
    ‘66 304307
    S Registry #3791
    David Cate

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    going to hold off on selling, we can close the thread

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