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  1. #2361
    Quote Originally Posted by DOUGS73E View Post
    Interesting contrast to the BHCC example.
    Sports Purpose, Oxfordshire, UK
    1973 Porsche 2.4L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 9113301322
    Engine: 6339131
    Trans: 7632121
    Color: Metallic Green/Black
    Mileage: 46,774 km (indicated)
    Price: £175,000/~US$231,500

    Attachment 509501
    Anyone knows the current owner of this car? I own the matching sportomatic gearbox which belongs to this 2.4S

    - twinplugged - 1975 targa former Dutch police car

  2. #2362

    FS: @BaT - 1972 ROW 2.4L 911S Targa

    Never aware a 4-Speed transmissions was available on an 'S'.
    1972 ROW Porsche 2.4L 911S Targa, Lot #34640
    VIN: 9112310244
    Engine: 6320653
    Trans: 220417
    Color: Light Yellow/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 46,222 km (indicated - TMU)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: NO SALE (Bid to US$73,500 on 8/4/20)

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    BaT Description:

    This 1972 Porsche 911S Targa was reportedly imported to the US from Germany in 1976 and was acquired by the seller in 1977. The car is finished in Light Yellow over black and is powered by a numbers-matching 2.4-liter flat-six paired with a four-speed manual gearbox. Features include a removable targa top, limited-slip differential, front spoiler, fog lamps, and a cassette stereo. Service in 2018 included an oil change and replacing the shifter ball cup, hand throttle, sway bar bushings, and fuel pump. This 911S is now offered with service records, a Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, and a clean California title in the seller’s name.

    A repaint in the original shade of Light Yellow was carried out during previous ownership, as were repairs to the rear decklid and right rear quarter panel. The rear window wiper has been removed, and the seller touched up corrosion around the headlight trim rings. Noted flaws include a hole in the targa bar from a previously mounted antenna, orange peel on the lower right corner of the rear decklid, a dent around the left door handle, and corrosion in the door jambs and battery box. Additional features include US-spec lights, a body-colored front lip spoiler, fog lamps, a removable targa panel, a brushed-stainless-steel targa bar, aftermarket side mirrors, and a 1972-only oil tank filler location ahead of the right rear wheel. 15″ Fuchs wheels feature black centers and wear Bridgestone Potenza tires. Braking is from four-wheel discs, and the sway bar bushings were replaced in 2018.

    The interior is upholstered in black and features replacement seats with cloth inserts reportedly sourced from a later 911. Additional equipment includes manual windows and door locks, a four-spoke steering wheel with a hand-stitched leather cover, aftermarket latch-and-link lap belts, and an aftermarket cassette stereo and speakers. The hand throttle and shifter ball cup were replaced in August 2018. There is a crack in the dash and tears and seam separation are noted on both seats. Instrumentation consists of a central 8k-rpm tachometer, a 300-km/h speedometer, and gauges for fuel level as well as oil level, temperature, and pressure. The five-digit odometer has reportedly rolled over once and currently shows 46k kilometers (~29k miles).

    The 2.4L Type 911/53 flat-six features Bosch mechanical fuel injection and drives the rear wheels through a Type 915 four-speed manual transaxle equipped with a limited-slip differential. Pressure-fed timing chain tensioners have reportedly been added, and service in August 2018 included an oil change and replacing the fuel pump. Engine stamping *6320653* matches the number shown on the Porsche CoA, confirming it as original. A photo of the matching transmission number (220417) is provided in the gallery.

    The 1993 Porsche Certificate of Authenticity lists the optional equipment as well as the original colors and powertrain numbers.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 08-04-2020 at 02:58 PM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

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

  3. #2363

    FS: @Authentic Motorcars - 1973 2.4L MFI 911S Targa -Ivory

    August 2017 - Listed at Mohr Imports, Inc., Monterey, CA for US$162,500 obo (September 2017 - price reduction to US$148,900)
    January 2018 - Sold at Russo and Steele Scottsdale Auction for US$140,250
    Authentic Motorcars, Redmond, Washington
    1973 Porsche 2.4L MFI 911S Targa
    VIN: 9113310336
    Engine: 6330794
    Trans: 333639
    Color: Ivory/Brown Leather
    Mileage: 111,670 (indicated)
    Price: -

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    Dealer Description:

    This 1973 Porsche 911 S Targa is finished in the original color of Ivory, paint code (132), with Brown leather. This is the 336th 911 S Targa produced of the 925 total for the 1973 model year. The car retains its numbers matching, type 911/53 motor; Engine no *6330794* with Bosch MFI fuel injection. Original factory options included; US Equipment, Tinted Glass All Around, and Dunlop Tires.
    The early history of this car is not known other than it was in Washington State early on until 2011 when it was brought to CA and owned by an officer at the Monterey Naval base. The car was acquired by a WA Porsche collector in early 2018 and has been stored in his large private warehouse. Recently both batteries have been replaced w/ correct 6 volt units from Porsche Classic and the car has received a fresh tune up. The body was stripped to bare metal, and painted to a high standard at some point. New seals and body gaskets were fitted. All panels and floors are believed original. The original brown leather interior is very nice showing a lovely light patina. Dash is crack free and features the correct center speaker grill. The Blaupunkt am/fm cassette is currently non operational. The carpets, door panels, door pockets and targa top are all in excellent condition. The steering wheel leather has been recovered and new period optional brown coco floor mats look great, providing a cool vintage vibe. All gauges, lights, horn, and heater are in good working order.
    Doug Dill

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

  4. #2364

    FS: @PCAR Market - 1968 2.0L 911L Coupe

    PCAR Marketplace Website Auction
    1968 Porsche 2.0L 911L Coupe, Lot #V-0005261
    VIN: 11805289
    Engine: 3281004
    Trans: 3281314
    Color: White (originally Green Metallic)/Brown Leatherette
    Mileage: 06,529 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: -
    Sold for: NO SALE (Highest bid: US$43,500 on August 7, 2020)

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    Auction Description:

    We are pleased to present this 1968 Porsche 911L finished in white over a brown leatherette interior. Marking the final generation of the short wheelbase 911, this 1968 911 L represents 1 of only 449 U.S. market examples produced for the model year. Highlighting a number’s matching 5-speed manual drivetrain, this 911 is said to be in fantastic running order with a recent full engine rebuild performed at a cost of over $22k. Showing approximately 106k miles on the odometer, this classic Porsche 911L is ready to be enjoyed by its next caretaker.

    Originally finished in Metallic Green as per the certificate of authenticity, this 911 is believed to have been refinished in white sometime during its previous ownership. The paint is said to be in fair condition with a small rust bubble noted behind driver’s door and above the passenger side rear wheel arch. A collection of detailed images is provided in the photo gallery. This 911 features a short wheelbase, recessed door pushbuttons and original Fuchs wheels which remain in great and come dressed in Sumitomo tires.

    This 911 retains its brown leatherette interior with brushed aluminum dashboard trim. The cabin is said to be in good overall condition with some appropriate wear including a slight tear on the passenger seat. An upgraded MOMO steering wheel has been installed and the seller indicates all gauges and accessories to be working properly.

    An original 2.7 L (<typo) flat-six carbureted engine send 130 HP to the rear wheels by way of a number’s matching 5-speed manual transmission. This 911 L is equipped with the improved dual-circuit ventilated disc brakes from the 911 S model introduced the year prior. The engine was fully rebuilt in 2018 at a cost of over $22k, and the ignition system has also been replaced. With approximately 1,200 miles added since the time of the engine rebuild, this 911 is said to drive beautifully.

    The sale of this 911 L will include one master key, a door key, the original books and service records dating back to 1978. For any enthusiast in search of an early model Porsche 911, this rare U.S. market 911 L makes a fantastic choice.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 08-20-2020 at 10:05 AM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

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

  5. #2365

    FS: @NWEuro - 1967 911S Coupe - 306498S

    August 2019 - Was listed at NW Euro for US$185,000
    Northwest European, Issaquah, WA
    1967 Porsche 2.0L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 306498 / 306498S
    Engine: 960619 (see description)
    Trans: 103618
    Color: Polo Red/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 00,744 (indicated)
    Price: US$140,000

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    Dealer Description:

    Porsche has a long history of motorsport, and there are numerous paths to take street cars and make them competitive in various classes and competitions. This is part of the reason that the Porsche 911 has endured for decades as such a competent platform; the constant evolution and pushing of the envelope both by the factory and the privateers. This 1967 Porsche 911S followed in those footsteps during the recent restoration. Some simple modifications in tune with the “sports-purpose” mantra for many early 911s.

    Beginning with the engine, a complete overhaul was specified. The factory original engine case was damaged many years ago, so a replacement blank case was used for the restoration, which has been re-stamped as 960617. The original engine case (#960617) is included with the car, and upon inspection and preliminary machining by Ollie’s in Arizona, it is able to be utilized if desired in the future.

    The engine features rare and correct Weber 40 IDS (yes, IDS) carburetors which were original for the 1967 911S. The engine has been enhanced for extra power with a displacement bump to 2.2L, but externally presents as a correct stock 2.0L engine. Currently the engine has a minor oil smoke issue, which may or may not resolve with additional break-in miles. Compression and leak down tests done on a cold engine at 700 miles were 145-155psi across all six cylinders with leak down at 2% to 4%. It is subtle, and hard to capture on video, but the oil smoke is visible from the car at warm idle. The current reduced asking price reflects this potential issue.

    The car features the original number and type matching 901 transmission case (#103618), fully rebuilt with stock internals, plus the addition of a Quaife limited slip differential. It shifts smoothly into all gears and is a treat to drive on back roads.

    Suspension duties are handled with a few bolt on upgrades as well, utilizing LWB front suspension components, and adjustable sway bars front and rear. Dampening is handled by Koni shocks at all four corners. The original 1967 911S front suspension components are included with the car.

    For the wheels and tires, the sports purpose theme continues, and the car is currently running a set of Fuchs sized 15x6 and 15x7R, finished in a frosted RSR look by Harvey Weidman. Michelin TB15 tires in a slightly staggered set-up were chosen to wrap around the Fuchs – 15/60 R15 up front, and 18/60 R15 out back.

    All bare metal was restored and replaced as needed before the original shade of Polo Red was applied once again to the car. All trim and rubber is new and/or refurbished and Sekurit original glass is in place other than the front windshield. Deco trim, bumperettes, and all the lights are new as well during the restoration. Currently featuring fog/driving lights under the bumper, the cover plates are included and have also been restored and painted Polo Red at the same time, providing you the option for either look.

    The interior is all fresh as well – carpets, headliner, seating surfaces, dash, gauges, door panels. All stock other than the later style seats that feature houndstooth/pepita inserts. The upgraded seats are very comfortable and could easily be switched for standard seats as desired. For interior comfort, the car was optioned with a factory Webasto heater. The heater has been restored and is in place, but not connected at this time due to safety concerns. The large diameter steering wheel keeps the SWB flavor alive during the driving experience.

    Why We Love This Car

    Porsche 911 based cars have a history of blurring the line between road and race examples. The factory themselves delivered numerous publications to help owners convert and upgrade their personal cars for the local rallies, hillclimbs, and racing events in the 1960s and 1970s. This was the true “sports-purpose” look that many 911s have seen and enjoyed over the years. This car was restored from the ground up with a bit of both street and race – the essence of the weekend gentleman racer in our opinion.

    The modifications from original are all reversible as desired for the next caretaker. Many of the original parts are included with the car upon sale, and where they are not, the parts are readily available in the current market.

    This car has written several great chapters in its own book over the decades. Sold as a street car to a Porsche enthusiast in 1967 as the first “S” model of the 911 series, later used as a race car for a number of years, and then restored back to street duty as seen here. The upgrades are tasteful and highly usable. The car provides one of the most enjoyable driving experiences from an early 911 we have sampled. There is something about a SWB car that is special, even more so with this dedicated and thoughtful build.

    This wonderful numbers matching 1967 Porsche 911S is out of a multi-year restoration, having just covered 750 miles. It is ready for a new caretaker to use and enjoy the subtle upgrades to one of the most desirable early Porsche 911s. The car comes with a tool kit, jack, books/manuals as pictured, original engine case, original suspension components, and several boxes of spare/original parts.
    Doug Dill

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

  6. #2366
    ^^^^ Already gone (or at least pending). I think that 67S was a steal...had me leaning forward. Someone here get it?

  7. #2367
    Classic Car Auctions, Warwickshire, U.K., September 19, 2020
    1971 Porsche RHD 2.2L 911S Coupe
    VIN: 9111301288
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Black/Black
    Mileage: 90,853 (indicated)
    Auction Estimate: £70,000 - £90,000/~US$93,000 - $120,000 (+ buyers premium of 11% + VAT)
    Sold for: £103,230/~US$131,600

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    Auction Description:

    Rare and valuable, 2.2S from long-term ownership that has been subject to a lengthy refurb and will now grace any collection of early Porsche.
    - The D-series (August 1970 - July 1971) was one of the most desirable early 911 models
    - The 911S 2.2 was fitted with the 2195cc, SOHC, Flat-6, Type 911/02 engine
    - Power output was now 180bhp at 6,500rpm, offering 0-60 in seven seconds and 138mph
    - This is an original UK, right-hand drive car first registered on 02/08/1971
    - Purchased by our vendor in 1986 at c80,000 miles and used for touring in Europe
    - Between early 1993 and July 2015, the 911 has been subject to a protracted refurbishment (see condition report)
    - During this process, the gearbox was rebuilt but the engine was NOT
    - Returned to the road with a new MOT and Road Tax in July 2015 following a full service. Only 439 miles since
    - The history file includes the Certificate of Authenticity, some, but not all bills, some recent valuations, older MOT Certificates, original Porsche workshop manuals in English, colour wiring diagram for car --- A0 size (easier to read!) and a number books dealing with 911 restoration
    - N.B. A recently developed engine noise merits investigation. The reserve has been reduced accordingly to accommodate rectification

    CCA Vendor Condition Report
    Overall: 125 / 135

    All replaced items are genuine Porsche or original manufacture parts, wherever possible. The bodywork, both front & rear wings, both outer & middle sills have been replaced with genuine Porsche (now galvanised) items. The body was then carefully inspected for any other lurking issues, apart from cleaning, very little repair work was required. Following the careful installation of these items all are treated with Waxoyl, primed, Schutz covered, and top coated. All glass, interior and fittings removed. Then all other panels stripped & etched primed, the disassembled body then primed, top coated & lacquered before very careful re-assembly.

    On reassembly of the main body a new headlining was fitted, all new seals and gaskets, original glass refurbished, however, the top tint windscreen was replaced due to de-lamination occurring. New carpets inside and front compartment, original seats, all instrumentation and dash top refurbished prior to installation. New retractable seat belts for front seats.

    Whilst the engine was out it was cleaned, checked, any fixable oil leaks, without total strip down were cured, new belts installed, a new clutch was installed prior to assembly and re-installation.

    The gearbox was stripped and refurbished by Wilson Engineering due to jumping out of 5th gear. New gears, synchromesh cones, and operating levers installed along with all new gaskets etc.

    Front suspension was stripped and refurbished with new strut inserts and genuine Porsche bushes. Rear suspension limited to new shock absorbers. Braking system removed, new master cylinder, lines, all pressure hoses, pads and shoes, refurbished callipers front & rear. Fuel system, tank removed & flushed, no corrosion around the tank, new seals fitted. New fuel pump and all rubber hoses replaced. Heating system new heater valves and operating cables, refurbished heater box in the front compartment. All five tyres have been on the car since the mid-1990s.

    The electrical system was refurbished, all items working correctly, plus the installation of aftermarket alarm system and radio, there is also wiring for a rear fog light – not installed. There is an after-market Bluetooth radio fitted, the power fuse (Box1 F4) is removed to remove the load on batteries during storage. There is a Toad/Cobra alarm system fitted, again power connections are removed to stop battery discharge during storage. The alarm installation instructions, key fobs and radio front facia and instructions are in the glove box for the next owner.

    Vehicle History:

    When I purchased the car from a friend back in 1986, we were lucky enough the be able to travel around Europe and the UK for several years, with only service requirements and general cleaning to keep this very enjoyable car on the road. Unfortunately, come 1992 the dreaded tin worm had started munching at the jacking points and sills that contained the oil pipes to the front cooler. This pointed out by my friendly MOT man required me to decide to try and sell the car or repair, I made the decision to take the car off the road and dry store it as a retirement project or to repair as funds became available. The mileage at this time was 90,409, I had covered approximately 10,400 miles in these first few years of fantastic driving. I have included a history file of some of the work that has been carried out along with Certificate of Authenticity some but not all bills, some recent valuations and all the MOT certificates I have had with the car. The following literature collected during my time as the owner is also included: -Original Porsche Workshop manuals, in English, for this series of car, four folders. Haynes Worksop manual for the series. The Porsche 911 by Chris Harvey.The Porsche 911 Purchase & Restoration by Porter & Morgan. The Porsche 911 Restoration guide by B Johnson. The Porsche 911 Engine Rebuild by W Dempsey. The Porsche 911 101 Projects by W Dempsey. The Porsche 911 Mechanical Fuel Injection Repair & Calibration by M Burgess. The Porsche 911 Stoddard Parts & Reference guide. Porsche The Portrait of a Legend Ingo Seiff. Colour Wiring Diagram for car A0 size (Easier to read!)

    About the CCA Vendor Condition Report
    A lot's condition report is compiled based on information provided to CCA by the vendor of the lot. CCA has no access to lots prior to a sale but does review its condition on the day of the sale. CCA strongly recommends viewing a lot prior to a sale as it cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information provided.
    Last edited by DOUGS73E; 09-25-2020 at 02:24 PM. Reason: Added sold for price.
    Doug Dill

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

  8. #2368

    FS: @PCA Classified - 1972 2.4L MFI 911S Coupe -Light Yellow

    PCA Website Classifieds
    1972 Porsche 2.4L MFI911S Coupe, Ad #46201
    VIN: 9112300559
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Light Yellow/Beige Leatherette
    Mileage: 83,299 km (indicated)
    Price: US$200,000

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    Seller's Description:

    1972 S COUPE 2.4 / 190 HP ONE OWNER CAR ORIGINAL PAINT ORIGINAL TITLE / WARRANTY BOOK 83.500 ORIGINAL KM (52.187 miles) THIS IS A UNRESTORED GERMAN CAR / VERY CLEAN The car is located in Germany Price includes US import / customs duties and shipping fees.
    Doug Dill

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

  9. #2369
    Porsche Center Aschaffenburg, Aschaffenburg, Germany
    1971 Porsche 2.2L MFI 911S Coupe
    VIN: 9111300608
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Light Ivory/Black Leather
    Mileage: 89,763 km (indicated)
    Price: €185,000/~US$216,000

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    Dealer Description:

    - Fuchs rims alloy wheels
    - Radio
    - Black leather interior
    - Very good original condition
    - Bought by us from 2nd ownership
    - 5-speed transmission
    - Italy extradition
    - Matching Numbers
    - Engine type 911/02 Mechanical injection system Bosch MFI

    We recently bought this 911 S in light ivory and black leather directly from the second owner in Italy. It is largely in its original condition and has been put through its paces technically and visually.
    Each of our vehicles includes a current value-based maintenance plan. A maintenance backlog, if any, has been completely resolved. Our classics are checked for rust damage and matching numbers. Furthermore, appraisals for value and condition are included as well as the birth certificate of Porsche AG.

    All in all, this 11 series is a guarantee for high value retention and the agile 180PS engine for a lot of driving pleasure!
    Doug Dill

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

  10. #2370

    FS: @dreikommazwei GmbH - 1973 MFI 2.4L 911S Coupe

    dreikommazwei GmbH, Carl-Benz-Strasse 1 - 5, 82266 Inning am Ammersee, Germany
    1973 Porsche MFI 2.4L 911S Coupe
    VIN: -
    Engine: -
    Trans: -
    Color: Light Ivory/Black Leatherette
    Mileage: 00,528 (indicated)
    Price: €139,800/~US$165,000

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    Dealer Description:

    - First registration in November 1972
    - Delivered in Naples in November 1972
    - 3rd hand

    This extraordinary 2.4S Coupé has lived its life so far in Naples.
    The car was delivered to the first owner in November 1972 via the then Porsche dealer Mazzoni in Naples.
    3 owners can be proven perfectly.

    Undoubtedly favored by the very warm and mild climate in Naples, the car was regularly driven in its original condition until 3 years ago.
    Then the decision was made to revise it slightly.
    It was repainted in the original color, the carpet renewed and the seals on the body replaced.
    As far as we know, welding work on the body did not have to be carried out.
    Technically, only the hoses, seals, the coupling and consumable parts were replaced.
    The brake system has been overhauled.

    We think the light ivory color goes very well with this 911 2.4S Coupé.
    The car is in beautiful overall condition.
    On the one hand, the patina acquired over the years has been preserved, on the other hand, the relatively new paintwork looks very good on it.
    The technology has been revised to a reasonable extent.

    The car has so-called "matching numbers", ie the chassis number corresponds to the body, the engine and gearbox number and was delivered ex works.
    Doug Dill

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

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