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  1. #2351

    FS: @Driver Source - 1967 2.0L 911S Coupe - 307785S

    May 2018 - For sale on eBay for US$143,000
    May 2018 (again) - For sale on eBay for US$135,000 obo
    January 2020 - Gooding 2020 Scottsdale Arizona - NO SALE (post auction offered at US$240,000 obo)
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    Driver Source, Houston, Texas
    1967 Porsche 2.0L 911S Coupe, Stock #D2021
    VIN: 307785 / 307785S
    Engine: 961573
    Trans: 104485
    Color: Polo Red/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 99,437 (indicated)
    Price: US$182,500.00

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    Dealer Description:

    - First Year of the Celebrated 911 2.0L S Model
    - Matching Numbers per Porsche Kardex & Certificate of Authenticity
    - Optioned from New with Recaro Sport Seats in Leatherette & “Pepita” Cloth
    - Previously Owned & Restored by Marque Expert Gary Kempton of GK Restorations
    - Includes Two Large Binders of Extensive History, Photos & Documentation
    - Outfitted with Roof Rack, Straps & Period Driving Accessories
    - Offered with Tool Kit, Jack, Spare, Original Manuals, Porsche COA & Kardex

    According to its Porsche Kardex and Certificate of Authenticity, 307785S was completed on March 16, 1967 and delivered new through Fa. Mahag Porsche in Munich, Germany on March 31st - outfitted in Polo Red over Black Leatherette with Pepita Inserts and a host of optional equipment. This included: Webasto Heater, Recaro Sport Seats, Dunlop Tires, Sunvisor Mirror, Radio Set, Antenna and Loudspeaker, Radio "Debugging Kit" (radio interference condenser), Radio Installation, and Halogen Headlights. Mr. Fleck of Langenfeld, Germany took original ownership. A copy of the original Kardex also tracks several noted services up to 1968.

    The 911S made its way to the U.S., where Gary Kempton of GK Restorations in Crawfordville, Florida, later acquired the car through an Alabama caretaker. In 1991, after a number of years under Kemp's ownership, 307785S was sold to Jonathan Lee of Atlanta, Georgia. Lee and Kempton would strike up a friendship, and they agreed that Kempton would completely restore the 911S to as-delivered specification. The fastidious work included the use of many original and NOS parts. The car's original engine and transaxle are retained and were completely rebuilt, as were all ancillary components. The body was stripped and treated to a new coat of Polo Red, and the interior was retrimmed with Pepita inserts in the original sport seats. Due to periods of inactivity and the budding career of Mr. Lee, the restoration process took 10 years to complete - which is chronicled by a detailed summary and history letter at a cost of over $88,000. Further upkeep and maintenance is recorded thereafter.

    Since its completion in 2001, the 911 S has continued to receive fastidious care, while being enjoyed as intended with a now nicely mellowed, yet very presentable display. The exterior's paintwork is glossy, with minor aging and flaws upon close inspection, while the cabin's upholstery is nicely trimmed with excellent fit and finishes. In addition to the European band Blaupunkt Frankfurt, and Pepita clad Recaro Sport Seats, period style accessories include; lap belts, rear leather luggage straps and Coco mats. All side and rear glass is correct Sekurit etched, as well as the front Sigla windshield.

    Complementing the overall appearance, a period style stainless steel roof rack is mounted with correct snow/water ski straps, Michelin XWX tires on refinished Fuchs wheels, rear AMCO bumper bar and 1968/69 Florida license plate. A matching spare wheel, tool kit and jack accompany the 911's dossier of records, as well as rare original books, including a 1967 911S Driver's Manual, Dealer Brochure, Service Station booklet, Technical Specifications booklet, Service / Warranty book, and all Blaupunkt manuals/warranty cards/diagrams.

    A January 2020 inspection and scheduled service included a general tune-up, new OEM oil filter and fluids. The car performs effortlessly and is an absolute thrill to drive and head-turner at any gathering. Now available for worldwide purchase and delivery from our Houston, Texas showroom.
    Doug Dill

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

  2. #2352

    FS: @Silverstone Auctions - 1971 2.2L 911S - 0785

    October 2016 - Sold at Silverstone Auction as 'a project' for ~US$54k
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    The Silverstone Classic Live Online Auction, 31st July - 2nd August 2020
    1971 Porsche 911S 2.2L Coupe
    VIN: 9111300785
    Engine: 6311314 (911/02)
    Trans: -
    Color: Gemini Blue Metallic/Black
    Mileage: 69,356 km (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: TBD (Subject to 12.5% +VAT Buyer's Premium)

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    Auction Description:

    - Matching numbers, Belgium-delivered, rare factory options & desirable non sunroof coupe, top-of-the-range 911 S
    - Taken off the road in 1984, rediscovered in the UK, with just 63,000 kms and retaining much originality
    - The subject of a four-year exacting restoration to original Porsche COA specification
    - Now simply stunning with commendable attention to detail
    - Just 69,356 kms / 43,095 miles
    - Must be one of the best examples of its type currently available anywhere

    The car presented here was something of a local legend, rumoured to be lost and slumbering somewhere in the West Country for decades. It was re-discovered in a dry lock-up garage and is now known to be left-hand drive car, manufactured on the 2nd March 1971 and sold new in Belgium, before being imported and registered in the UK on the 2nd December 1981. For unknown reasons, the car was only used until 1984 when it was taken off the road having covered just over 69,000 kilometres (an old MOT Certificate indicates the car had covered 63,718 km in 1983). In the years that followed, its previous custodian was approached by the, then, owner who explained that her husband had left her the car and she had little need or understanding of it. The gentleman eventually purchased the rather 'down-at-heel' 911 in the early 1990s with the intention of restoring it and moved it into his lock-up garage to start the restoration process. After removing some parts and replacing numerous panels the process stalled with life and business interests taking over, and that is how it remained until 2016. Silverstone Auctions were invited to view the car and subsequently sold it as a restoration project in 2016. Four years later, we now have the privilege of offering it for sale once again. With its full potential on show, after a four year, exacting and costly restoration, this top-of-the-range 911 is now resplendent in its fully restored condition.

    Chassis #0785 is a real survivor and is a fully matching-numbers, Belgium-supplied (even retaining its original Belgian VIN Tag in addition to its original Porsche one), Euro-spec, non-sunroof Coupé.

    The nut and bolt restoration was commissioned and overseen by a real Porsche enthusiast, ensuring that the car was returned to its rare Certificate of Authenticity spec with the best factory options, utilising the skills of leading industry professionals in all areas, however small (e.g. ‘Southbound’ for carpets, Nick Moss for the window frames etc.)

    In brilliant Gemini Blue Metallic with leather Sports Recaro seats and fog lights, this car is simply stunning. The engine and gearbox were fully and correctly restored, using SSI heat exchangers. Our vendor is a 'details guy', so the car has the correct ‘S’ spec alloy rear deck lid and license plate panel - often missed in a restoration, plus all the date codes are correct, including the beautiful Blaupunkt Frankfurt radio which was restored by Konigs in Germany, the car even has four date matching Fuchs wheels & also a correct date range spare wheel all with XwX tyres. He was able to source many new old stock parts, including the correct extremely rare Bosch lenses (with the raised letter ‘H1’ front light units and all the indicator lenses), Bosch Sport horns, Hirschmann Antenna, Repa Sports Recaro seat-belt receivers and original correct dated seat belts. It retains all its correct and original Securit glass (except for a new front screen) and is accompanied by a complete original toolkit (including the Pudenz fuse pouch, Drager tyre pressure gauge with pouch & correctly restored Bilstein jack). There is an original complete German book-pack (including the original Blaupunkt and Hirschmann booklets), 3 keys (including the Valet) all in a period-correct original leather key pouch. Every correct decal has been placed around the entire car to ensure a perfect finish.

    The restoration is fully documented in many photos contained on a USD drive. Every invoice is presented and categorised in a bespoke leather Carfolio file. Furthermore, there is also a custom made A3 size photo coffee table book of the restoration. This surely must be one of the best and most correct 911 S models on the market currently and represents a fascinating story of being lost, found and brought back to glory, with much success – just look at those images! This is a special motor car.

    *Please note the registration number pictured is not included in the sale and the car will revert back to its original 1971 assigned number.
    Doug Dill

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

  3. #2353

    FS: @Silverstone Auctions - 1968 RHD SWB 2.0L 911S Coupe

    May 20, 2017 - Sold for: £203,000/~US$257,500 at Historics at Brooklands Auction.
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    Silverstone Classic Live Online Auction, 31st July- 2nd August 2020
    1968 Porsche RHD 2.0L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 11800138
    Engine: 4080156
    Trans: -
    Color: Light Ivory/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 00,017 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: £130,000 - £150,000/~US$163,300- $188,800
    Sold for: TBD (Buyers Premium 12.5% + VAT)

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    Auction Description:

    - Believed to be the first sold and registered RHD 1968 M/Y ‘S’
    - Twin Weber 40IDS carbs and a higher compression ratio resulted in 160bhp
    - Remaining with its first owner until 2000, some 33 years and only three recorded keepers since
    - Sympathetic restoration carried out to the highest level utilising all factory parts as required
    - Complete engine rebuild by Francis Tuthill with minimal use since
    - Still retains its original Elephant Hide seats
    - Original registration number – OUW 6F – has been reassigned
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 07-15-2020 at 02:42 PM. Reason: Updated Info
    Doug Dill

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

  4. #2354

    FS: @Silverstone Auctions - 1973 2.4L 911S Coupe

    Silverstone Classic Live Online Auction, 31st July- 2nd August 2020
    1973 Porsche 2.4L 911S Coupe, Lot 570
    VIN: 9113300921
    Engine: 6331432
    Trans: -
    Color: Silver Metallic/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 01,017 km (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: £130,000 - £150,000/~US$163,600 - $188,800
    Sold for: TBD (Buyers Premium 12.5% + VAT)

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    Auction Description:

    Fully restored by a highly respected Porsche specialist and must rank as one of best available.

    - The 911S represented the pinnacle of Porsche's Sportscar programme in the early 1970s
    - 2341cc, 193bhp, 0-60 in 6.6 seconds and 140mph. Impressive 47 years ago
    - Total restoration carried out some years ago to a standard rarely achieved
    - Full photographic record of the rebuild
    - Finished in its original shade of Silver Metallic with a contrasting Black interior
    - Accompanied by its Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, book pack and spare keys
    - This, left-hand drive, 911S Coupe is one of the final F series cars and must rank as one of best available
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 07-15-2020 at 02:57 PM. Reason: Updated Info
    Doug Dill

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

  5. #2355

    308470 . . .

    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa View Post
    . . . 308470S on eBay...

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/363025433592 . . .
    VIN = 308470
    Eng# = 960056 (s/b 962139)
    Trans# = ? (s/b 105121)
    Prod# = ?

    '. . . I am pleased to offer this 1967 Porsche 911S race car. Car lived most of it’s life in California and Florida but currently resides in Georgia. It was serviced in California by Andial and in Florida by Klubsport racing. Current owner has it serviced by MotorWerks in Georgia. It was converted to a race car almost from new and has been raced since. There is no evidence of any major damage to the car. It still has its original headlight buckets with the last 2 numbers of the VIN stamped on them. There are no historic log books included to indicated in which races this car participated – only past conversations with people that know the car. Current owner has not raced the car but only had it out on a few track days in the past 7 years. The motor has been refreshed with no hours driven since the refresh. Very fun to drive and have for a PCA/SCCA etc. track day event.

    VIN # is 308470. There is a picture of the certificate of authenticity and Kardex in the picture section. Car is being sold with Bill of Sale only – no title is included. Car currently has a ’69 911T motor installed that has been race prepped and modified for racing.

    As an added bonus:

    Included with the ’67 911S race car will be this 1967 Porsche 911S engine # 960056 (56th 67S Motor) rebuilt. Excellent rebuilt 1967 911 S engine with many new components ready to install and complete less clutch. Starting from the middle and working out the motor has a STD/STD counter weighted crankshaft, block and genuine “S” matched rod set that were original to the engine. The crankshaft was magnafluxed and checked for straightness. The connecting rods were checked for straightness and had the big and small ends resized. The block is in excellent condition with standard size align bore with no repairs, pulled threads, or machined surprises. Where the intermediate shaft rides in the block was in very good specification as these early engines had no babbit type bearings there and the original intermediate shaft center was employed and the timing chain gears and the aluminum drive gear were replaced. All the main and rod bearings (Glyco) and rod bolts (Verbus) were replaced. The pistons and cylinders have been upgraded to original Mahle 2.2 liter 911S in 84MM bore size and the cylinder heads were replaced with genuine 2.2 911 S heads which had all the valve guides replaced with a complete set of new exhaust valves (Ate) and intake valves as needed for a complete valve job on the cylinder heads. Timing chains (Iwis) on the engine were replaced with original no master link chains and any gears that showed wear were replaced with new and the chain rails were replaced with the latest type chain guide rails. Original chain boxes and cam housings were retained as they were original to the engine and in very good condition with nice bores in the cam housings where the camshafts ride. The original 911 S camshafts were used as they are in very good condition and rocker arms were inspected and replaced as needed. The engine sheet metal is period correct to the engine and was powder coated as well as the fan shroud was replaced and painted with a very nice shroud. The motor has the original fan assembly with the original type Bosch 35 amp alternator. Carburetors were rebuilt and are Weber 40 IDA 3C-3C1 with the correct size 36 mm venturis and jets and the brass floats were replaced with all four floats in updated polyurathane foam that does not collapse like the old style floats. Intake manifolds are the original Porsche 911 S large port manifolds. The exhaust has been replaced with brand new heat exchangers and a very nice stainless steel Sport Muffler with twin outlets
    . . .'

  6. #2356

    FS: @eBay - 1969 2.0L 911S Coupe

    June 2016 - eBay listing with a BIN price of US$169,950 (by Park Place, Bellevue, Washington) - No sale recorded.
    August 2016 - Hemmings listing (by Park Place, Bellevue, Washington) - US$$139,950
    August 2017 - Worldwide Auctioneers Pacific Grove, CA - Sold for US$$123,200
    July 2019 - Porsche of Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, Colorado - Listed for US$148,600
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    Texas Elite Exotics, Houston, Texas
    1969 Porsche 2.0L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 119300296
    Engine: 6390419
    Trans: 7191510
    Color: Light Ivory/Black
    Mileage: 14,790 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: (Bidding starts @US$95,000)
    BIN Price: US$105,000

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    Dealer Description:

    Texas Elite Exotics is pleased to present this Exceedingly Rare and Very Desirable 1969 Porsche 911S. Beautifully finished in its original Light Ivory color with an impeccable Black Interior, highlighted by freshly recovered leather seats, this early model 911 is fabulous throughout. 2.0L/190hp 6-Cylinder Engine. 5-speed manual gearbox with the Dogleg shift pattern. Fuchs Alloy Wheels. Turn the key, located to the left of steering wheel, and that rasping, crackling exhaust note tells you right off that this Porsche is not fooling around. A great example of the ultimate early road-going early 911 model, this 1969 Coupe is an extremely solid and straight 911S with excellent paint, trim, and panel gaps. A numbers matching 911S that retains its correct original engine and is finished in its original color of Light Ivory (older single-stage professional repaint that shows very well). Dansk Muffler. Ventilated Disc Brakes. Just serviced and ready for the road or the track. As one of the greatest pure driving machines ever produced in its iconic early form, the 911S remains the ultimate first-generation 911 and of course, it is both highly collectible and immensely satisfying to drive. The Porsche Model 911 is without a doubt the most successful Porsche ever - really it's the most successful model in the history of the automobile. As such it is highly collectible and sought-after classic car. Don't miss out on this great opportunity to add an early 911S that's ready to drive, show and enjoy for years to come, to your collection. Included with purchase are; Original owner's manual, tool kit, and records back to the late 1970s. Classic Porsche Tech PPI Inspected
    Doug Dill

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

  7. #2357

    FS: @RM Sotheby's - '70 2.2L 911S Coupe

    RM Sotheby's Open Roads, The European Summer Online Only Auction, 14 - 21 July 2020
    1970 Porsche 911 S 2.2L Coupé
    VIN: 9110300917
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Tangerine(?)/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 48,810 km (indicated)
    Auction Estimate:
    Sold for: NO SALE (High bid: €85,000/~US$98,300

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    Auction Description:

    Please note that this lot will need to be collected in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

    - Swiss delivery example; Tangerine over black leatherette
    - Recently completed mechanical restoration executed by Auto Mathis AG and Eleven Solutions
    - Recaro Sport seats, Momo Prototipo steering wheel, rear deck speakers
    - Accompanied by spare wheel, Kardex, recent maintenance records, inspection documents, and rebuild process-photos courtesy of Mike Gnani

    This 1970 911 S 2.2 coupe is a slick top Swiss delivery example and presents exceedingly well—having recently been put through a full cosmetic and powertrain restoration executed by Auto Mathis of St. Moritz, Switzerland, and Mike Gnani’s Eleven Solutions of Benediktbeuern, Germany. A binder of accompanying invoices amount to over 55,000 CHF, thus verifying the commissioned restoration and the services provided therein, in full detail—with over 260 parts numbers listed. Originally delivered on April 8, 1970 in Tangerine over black leatherette, this chassis sports fresh true-to-factory paintwork and slight cosmetic additions present on this chassis include a Momo Prototipo steering wheel and aftermarket speakers mounted in the rear deck. The staggered Fuchs wheels are presently shod in Matrac XM-series tires—a perfect accoutrement for sporty all-season jaunts in this late production C-series chassis. However, it is important to note that this car is fitted with both a replacement engine from 1971 and gearbox of the correct type.

    Now offered with an accompanying spare wheel, Kardex, recent maintenance records, invoices, and rebuild process-photos courtesy of Mike Gnani, this presentable and mechanically restored 911 S 2.2 is undoubtedly an alluring prospect for further enjoyment.

    Addendum
    Please note that due to travel restrictions resulting from Covid-19 this car has not been inspected in person by an RM specialist and its inspection report is therefore based on information provided by the consignor as well as available photography.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 07-22-2020 at 11:27 AM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

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

  8. #2358
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    „Auction Description:
    Please note that this lot will need to be collected in St. Moritz, Switzerland.“
    if this is a suisse car you can add import tax to EU in top on the „hammer price“...
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  9. #2359

    FS: @MECUM Auctions Indianapolis - 1967 911S Coupe - 305620

    No surprise here . . .
    May 2020 - MECUM Auctions, Indianapolis, IN, May 12-17, 2020 - NO SALE
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    MECUM Auctions, Indianapolis, IN, July 10-18, 2020
    1967 Porsche 2.0L 911S Coupe, Lot S208
    VIN: 305620 / 305620S
    Engine: 960167
    Trans: -
    Color: Black/Black
    Mileage: 20,065 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: $165,000 - $185,000
    Sold for: TBD

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    Auction Description:

    - Same owner since 1977
    - Body number 305620
    - Older restoration
    - Engine rebuilt by Porsche of Peoria in 1980s
    - Engine number 960167
    - 2.0L Flat 6-cylinder engine
    - Aluminum block and heads
    - 5-speed manual transmission
    - Black exterior and interior
    - Gold badging
    - Webasto heater
    - Pile carpets
    - 4-wheel disc brakes
    - Fog lamps
    - 5-spoke Black wheels with chrome rings
    - Porsche Certificate of Authenticity
    Doug Dill

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

  10. #2360
    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
    Silverstone Classic Live Online Auction, 31st July- 2nd August 2020
    1973 Porsche 2.4L 911S Coupe, Lot 570
    VIN: 9113300921
    Engine: 6331432
    Trans: -
    Color: Silver Metallic/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 01,017 km (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: £130,000 - £150,000/~US$163,600 - $188,800
    Sold for: TBD (Buyers Premium 12.5% + VAT)



    Auction Description:

    Fully restored by a highly respected Porsche specialist and must rank as one of best available.

    - The 911S represented the pinnacle of Porsche's Sportscar programme in the early 1970s
    - 2341cc, 193bhp, 0-60 in 6.6 seconds and 140mph. Impressive 47 years ago
    - Total restoration carried out some years ago to a standard rarely achieved
    - Full photographic record of the rebuild
    - Finished in its original shade of Silver Metallic with a contrasting Black interior
    - Accompanied by its Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, book pack and spare keys
    - This, left-hand drive, 911S Coupe is one of the final F series cars and must rank as one of best available
    At a certain point of time it was in Greece, painted ivory ... it resurfaced in silver around 2013 ...
    Member #2768 http://www.no-speedlimit.it

    • 1973 Biancaneve - 911 2.4 S/F Ivory
    • 1977 Fiona - 911 Carrera 3.0 Oak Green Metallic
    • 1993 Bellatrix - 964 Turbo 3.6 Black

    I keep a registry of 1972 and 1973 2.4 S coupé chassis. Infos always welcome!!!

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