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    FS: @hagerty - 1967 911S

    I just listed my 1967 911S on Hagerty Marketplace. Look it up as it's a never restored, never rusted driver with a twin plug, 92mm piston and cylinder engine making approximately 220 HP.

    Tony Mazzagatti
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    Senior Member uptheorg's Avatar
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    Looks good - good luck!
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    I believe a 92 piston with the 66 crank make the engine a 2.6 liter. very nice. good luck with sale
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    Here is the link. Really cool car. Thanks T

    https://www.hagerty.com/marketplace/...ykwbQwXGWVXa3z
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    Reminiscent of what you would see for sale on this forum years ago. Super cool Early S!
    Keith E.
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    GLWS
    For the record:
    Hagerty Marketplace
    1967 Porsche 911S Coupe
    VIN: 307191 / 307191S
    Engine: 962131 (original: 961006)
    Trans: 104040
    Color: Light Ivory/Beige
    Mileage: 79,923 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: TBD

    1967 Porsche 2.5L 911S Coupe - Light Ivory 1.jpg

    1967 Porsche 2.5L 911S Coupe - Light Ivory CoA.jpg

    Description:

    Highlights
    Finished in Light Ivory (6604) over an uncommon Beige leatherette interior
    Largely original interior
    A rare “survivor” 911 S with just three owners from new
    According to the consignor it retains all of its original sheet metal
    Currently fitted with a 2.5-liter short stroke, high-compression, twin-plug motor with a Magneti Marelli distributor built on a period-correct engine case making an estimated 220 horsepower
    Currently fitted with four “deep-six” 6 by 15-inch forged aluminum Fuchs wheels
    Please note that while the odometer displays just under 80,000 miles, the true mileage of this 911 S Coupe is unknown
    Top-of-the-line 1967 911 S standard features when new:
    160 horsepower 2.0-liter air-cooled flat-six
    Matching numbers five-speed, fully-synchronized manual transmission
    One year-only forged aluminum 4.5 by 15-inch Fuchs wheels
    Vented Ate disc brakes
    Webasto gas heater
    Hella fog lights
    Special bumper trim
    Radial tires
    Deluxe VDO gauges
    A choice of a leather-covered or wood steering wheel
    Aluminum door sill plates
    Front and rear sway bars
    Adjustable Koni shock absorbers
    Fan fair horns
    Service work since 2013 includes:
    The removal of an aftermarket alarm
    Replacement trunk shocks
    New flywheel
    New clutch throwout bearing
    New transmission front and rear main seals
    New transmission left and right axle seals
    New Solid timing chain tensioners
    New starter motor
    New rear shift coupler
    New boots for the transmission nose and throttle cable
    New throttle bellcrank bushings
    New rear main engine seal
    New brake master cylinder
    New brake pads, rotors, and flexible brake lines
    Rebuilt brake calipers
    Rebuilt Webber 40 IDA carburetors
    New spark plug wire set
    New rear sway bar bushings
    Rebuilt tachometer by Hartmut ar Palo Alto Speedometer
    New Ignition coils
    Complete engine removal and reseal including head and base gaskets
    Rebuilt twin plug Magneti Marelli distributor by Jerry Woods with Pertronix replacing the original points
    Added emergency release cables for the trunk and engine lids
    New Hella driving light lenses
    Retains the original seat belts with crests on the buckles are still installed as well as a set of 3-inch latch lap belts
    Added an original wood steering wheel

    Features
    Unibody construction
    Dry-sump lubrication
    Engine oil cooler
    Rear-wheel drive
    12-volt electrics
    Independent front and rear suspension
    Springing via front and rear torsion bars
    16.4-gallon fuel tank
    Electric windshield washer with three-speed wipers
    Anti-glare interior rear-view mirror
    Electric clock
    Twin signal horns
    Emergency flasher
    Laminated safety glass windshield
    Rear window defroster
    Sunvisors
    Map pockets
    Adjustable, reclining seats

    Known Imperfections
    Flaws commensurate with an unrestored, original “survivor” level car with light modifications from a dry climate including paint repairs, dents, dings, scratches, cracked seals, cracked or crazed lenses, and worn interior components
    There is a small hole in the dashboard speaker grille
    There are cracks in the original upholstery of the driver's seat
    Evidence of minor “fender bender” repairs
    Holes filled where exterior mirrors were mounted on top of the front fenders
    The rear window is missing the anodized aluminum trim strip
    The AC compressor has been removed but is included
    The original Blaupunkt radio is inoperable
    The original Webasto gas heater has been disconnected
    The gas heater muffler is rusted and partially missing
    Due to the size of the twin plug distributor cabin heat is not ducted to the driver-side vent

    Included
    Porsche Certificate of Authenticity (CoA)
    Tool kit
    Original full-size 4.5 by 15-inch Fuchs spare wheel with original Dunlop SP57 tire located in the trunk
    Trunk-mounted Bilstein jack
    Vasek Polak rear license plate frame

    Ownership History
    Known ownership history from new. First sold via Vasek Polak in Los Angeles, California to its first owner. The second owner lived in Las Vegas, Nevada. The third owner purchased the car in 2013 and continues to reside in Las Vegas. This car has spent its entire life living in a desirable, dry climate. The names of the previous owners will be shared with the winning bidder.

    Additional Notes
    A Broad Arrow Group Car Specialist is working as an agent on behalf of the owner of this vehicle.
    Doug Dill

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

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    what a beauty
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