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    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
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    1966 Porsche 2.0L 911 Coupe, Lot #31281
    VIN: 302535 (October 25, 1965 Build Date)
    Engine: 902824
    Trans: 223951
    Color: Black/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 18,055 (indicated - TMU)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: NO SALE (Highest bid: US$100,000 on 5/12/20)

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    BaT Description:

    This 1965 Porsche 911 coupe is finished in black over black leatherette and was completed on October 25, 1965. The car was sold new to a Mr. Wechsler of Monticello, New York and reportedly spent time in Rhode Island before being brought to Canada by the selling dealer in 2016. Power is provided by a numbers-matching 2.0-liter flat-six paired with a Type 902 five-speed manual transaxle, and the vehicle came equipped from the factory with an electric sunroof and a Blaupunkt radio. This early 911 is now being offered for sale with a copy of the Kardex, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, some service records, and Ontario registration.

    Schwarz (6609) is the factory color according to the Kardex report, and a single-stage repaint was reportedly performed at some point in the past. Equipment includes gold rear badging, chrome bumperettes, Hella sealed-beam headlight housings, a collapsible antenna, chrome lower rocker trim, and early four-screw horn grilles. Finish flaws are captured up close in the 10-minute walk-around video presented below.

    15×6” Fuchs wheels from the 1970s feature colored Porsche crest center caps and wear 205/60 Sumitomo HTR 200 tires. The Karosserie tag located in the driver’s door jamb. Black leatherette seats are joined by salt-and-pepper squareweave carpeting, black rubber floor mats, and wood veneer dash trim. An electric sunroof and a Blaupunkt radio were factory options along with a Webasto gas heater, though the latter has been removed. A wood four-spoke steering wheel fronts green VDO gauges, including a tachometer with a 6,800-rpm redline and a 150-mph speedometer. Just over 18k miles are shown on the five-digit odometer, though total mileage is unknown.

    The 2.0L flat-six features dual Solex carburetors and was factory-rated for 130 horsepower at 6,100 rpm and 140 lb-ft of torque at 4,200 rpm when new. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a 902/1 five-speed manual transaxle. According to the seller, a 911S engine was previously fitted in the car prior to 2016. Receipts from work performed between 2016 and 2018 are provided in the gallery, along with the results of a compression test. Stamping *902824* matches the number listed on the CoA and Kardex, confirming the engine as original.

    Replacement floors have been installed. The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity lists the factory colors and powertrain numbers. A copy of the Kardex is provided.
    Now at copart.com...

    https://www.copart.com/lot/51783920/...911-on-toronto
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    FS: @PCAR Market - 1966 2.0L 911 Sunroof Coupe

    September 2017 - For sale on eBay
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    PCAR Market Website Auction
    1966 Porsche 2.0L 911 Sunroof Coupe, Lot #V-0005563-DT
    VIN: 303739
    Engine: 903848
    Trans: 228220 (902/1)
    Color: Sand Beige/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 05,728 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: NO SALE (Highest bid: $115,000 on Monday, September 28, 2020)

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    PCAR Description:

    We are pleased to present this rare 1966 Porsche 911 Sunroof Coupe finished in Sand Beige over a black interior. Highlighting a recent complete rotisserie restoration, this 911 has been driven only 300 test miles since. Presenting itself as it would rolling off of the showroom floor, this numbers-matching 911 Coupe makes the perfect addition to any collection. This 911 is said to have been professionally stripped down to bare metal and refinished in its factory original color of Glasurit Sand Beige (6607). Additionally, all seals have been replaced and all metal trim has either been replaced or refinished to a high standard. Noteworthy Details include a factory electric sunroof and a set of chrome ventilated wheels that come wrapped in Vredestein tires.

    Inside, you will find a complete restored black leather interior. This interior highlights an entirely new set of correct German carpets, new headliner, re-wrapped dashboard, refinished seats and a refinished period correct leather steering wheel. Additionally, all gauges were rebuilt by Palo Alto speedometer and the wood dashboard panel was restored by Madera Concepts. All in all, this period-correct interior presents very well and all components and electrical systems are in great working order.

    Power comes from a numbers-matching 2-liter flat-six engine that is connected to a 902 5-speed manual transmission. This iconic power plant has been fully rebuilt by Rich Jacksic and only bears approximately 300 miles of use. Additionally, the entire braking and suspension systems have been completely overhauled. This car is said to perform absolutely brilliantly and drives the way it was originally intended.

    This is a rare, highly original and mechanically sound 911. Included in the sale are all records and documentation concerning its restoration as well as the original books, service manual, jack, tools and spare. A Porsche Certificate of Authenticity will also be provided. Do not miss this rare opportunity to own this superb and highly collectible 1966 Porsche 911.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 11-11-2020 at 04:45 PM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

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    PCA #1987109761
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post

    PCAR Description:

    Highlighting a recent complete rotisserie restoration. This 911 is said to have been professionally stripped down to bare metal and refinished in its factory original color of Glasurit Sand Beige (6607).

    Additionally, all seals have been replaced.

    All metal trim has either been replaced or refinished to a high standard.

    Inside, you will find a complete restored black leather interior.

    This interior highlights an entirely new set of correct German carpets.

    New headliner.

    Re-wrapped dashboard.

    Refinished seats.

    Refinished period correct leather steering wheel.

    All gauges were rebuilt by Palo Alto speedometer.

    Wood dashboard panel was restored by Madera Concepts.

    This iconic power plant has been fully rebuilt.

    The entire braking and suspension systems have been completely overhauled.

    This is a rare, highly original and mechanically sound 911.
    Somewhere along the line, I have come to misunderstand the term "highly original".
    John Thompson

    1966 912-first car 31 years ago and still my driver.

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    So much time and money spent on that one but it falls flat on so many details like the tool kit and dash speaker holes. Those resto-all shops need to consult specialists to turn out a quality product.

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    I agree. Plus with the premium that a sunroof can command, one would think they would get that right. Where is the air dam/deflector? Or is this rare air dam delete?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
    September 2017 - For sale on eBay
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    PCAR Market Website Auction
    1966 Porsche 2.0L 911 Sunroof Coupe, Lot #V-0005563-DT
    VIN: 303739
    Engine: 903848
    Trans: 228220 (902/1)
    Color: Sand Beige/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 05,728 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: TBD

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    I am not one to sugar coat bad restorations, let me talk about the restorer of this car - Aventura Motors in Southampton NY - this shop gets my vote for the worst continuous restoration work in the country. I can talk for hours of how they are Porsche rapists that turn and burn expensive models with zero regard to quality and they have zero integrity. Their cars are the worst, if you can’t see it then it wasn’t touched. I have done pre purchased inspections on 2 of their cars and I can not begin to describe how terrible the paint, interior, craftsmanship is. DO NOT BUY ANY CAR FROM AVENTURA MOTORS!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VintageExcellen View Post
    I am not one to sugar coat bad restorations, let me talk about the restorer of this car - Aventura Motors in Southampton NY - this shop gets my vote for the worst continuous restoration work in the country. I can talk for hours of how they are Porsche rapists that turn and burn expensive models with zero regard to quality and they have zero integrity. Their cars are the worst, if you canÂ’t see it then it wasnÂ’t touched. I have done pre purchased inspections on 2 of their cars and I can not begin to describe how terrible the paint, interior, craftsmanship is. DO NOT BUY ANY CAR FROM AVENTURA MOTORS!!!!
    I think the photos speak volumes.
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    FS: @elferspot - 1965 2.0L 911 Coupe - Signal Red

    Vittorio Veneto - Italy
    1965 Porsche 2.0L 911 Coupe
    VIN: 3004xx
    Engine: 9005xx
    Trans: 1004xx
    Color: Signal Red/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 02,785 (indicated)
    Price: 'Inquire'

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    Seller's Description:

    Porsche 911 2000 SWB original series “0” VIN 3004XX. In 1965 only 3,319 cars were built, of which 1965 were only 1,700 copies. Only a few hundred remain of the 1965 MY! This 911 was delivered in Berlin (Germany). In the ’70 the car was brought to the USA and then brought back to Europe (Italy). Top restored in 2018. The last owner bought the car and restored the body, engine and interior in every detail and original condition. The Porsche was used only by recognized and renowned specialists.

    This is a special Porsche 911 SWB “MY 1965” from the 3004XX chassis series. MY 1965 means the car was produced between January and July 1965. The engine is completely overhauled, as already mentioned by a recognized Porsche specialist. Technically better than new and therefore in excellent driving and working conditions. The interior has been completely restored and only original materials have been used. The car is in absolute driving condition and every detail is exactly as it was delivered in 1965. The complete restoration and inspection are well documented.

    In fact, every part has been carefully restored / revised. The car is in the original 'signal red' color done with a black interior. Instruction manual with cover. Complete original tool kit + jack + badge 1965. Travel suitcase set. Original sales brochure. Original Blaupunkt radio. Correct operation in the original Webasto werk petrol heater (unassembled). The car has the COA and is equipped with a copy of the Kardex. All numbers (engine + gearbox) are confirmed. Only 2000 km after the restoration.

    A restored Porsche 911 SWB TOP “MJ 1965” as if it came from the factory. Unique and in our own words one of the best on the market! This beautiful Porsche 911 is in Concours condition!
    Doug Dill

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    PCA #1987109761
    Early 911S Registry #548

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    VIN: 302277
    Engine: 902432
    Trans: 222554
    Color: Polo Rot/Black Leatherette with corduroy
    Price: $108.500

    This extremely original 1965 Porsche 911 that was ordered on June 21, 1965, and delivered to Los Angeles, California in October of 1965 is featured here with matching numbers (Kardex included) and available in its factory color code #6602 Polo Red with a black cloth/leatherette interior. It comes equipped with a manual transmission, 2.0-liter engine, Solex carburetors, wood steering wheel, headrest, 4-wheel disc brakes, and date stamp solid wheels. Also included with this vehicle is the Tourist Delivery Order, original Purchase Order as well as receipts dating from September 1965 to June of 1994 which confirm the vehicle has never left California. An extremely sought-after early short wheelbase 911 which still retains most of its original paint however the hood has been repainted at some point in its life, both doors, and the deck lid having numbers matching body stamps as well as the dash has the body number in chalk as well (please review paint meter reading photos). Here is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to acquire this well-documented original black plate California car which had the same owner since 1989. For $108,500


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