This 1968 Porsche 911 Soft-Window Targa Short Wheel-base is an excellent original car ready for straightforward recommissioning. Red with tan interior. The engine in the car is a 67 911S engine and it comes accompanied by its dismantled original engine in a box. The car runs and drives but is ready for easy refurbishment at this point. This SWB Soft-Window Targa is an extremely rare find with a lot of potential . A great buy for only $67,500
This 1968 Porsche 911L Coupe is an excellent original example for complete restoration and a very rare and desirable L model. Orange with black interior. The car has a 1971 911T engine installed. A great classic 911 project. NEW PRICE: $19,500
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1968 Porsche 911 KarmannThis very desirable project 1968 Porsche 911 Karmann Coupe comes in its original color code#6801 polo red with a black interior. It comes equipped with a manual transmission, 2.0 liter engine and includes some miscellaneous parts. It has been sitting in storage for many years and is a great car for full restoration. For $16,750, This very desirable project 1968 Porsche 911 Karmann Coupe comes in its original color code#6801 polo red with a black interior. It comes equipped with a manual transmission, 2.0 liter engine and includes some miscellaneous parts. It has been sitting in storage for many years and is a great car for full restoration.
1968 Porsche 911L Soft Window Targa This very rare and collectible 1968 Porsche 911L Soft Window Targa comes in this gorgeous color combination of brown with a black interior with pepita inserts. It comes equipped with a 1968 period correct 2.0 liter with a manual transmission and Fuchs wheels. An extremely clean and presentable vehicle which had the same owner for many years and is a limited production and mechanically sound. For $98,500, This very rare and collectible 1968 Porsche 911L Soft Window Targa comes in this gorgeous color combination of brown with a black interior with pepita inserts. It comes equipped with a 1968 period correct 2.0 liter with a manual transmission and Fuchs wheels. An extremely clean and presentable vehicle which had the same owner for many years and is a limited production and mechanically sound.
Chassis # 11830146Engine # 3280309A Well Optioned, Numbers Matching Example with All Original InteriorRecent Mechanical Refreshing Including Top End Rebuild, Suspension, Brakes, and MoreMany Original and NOS Parts Including Abarth Quad-Tip ExhaustComplete with COA, Books, Tools and SpareWith the 911s introduction in 1963, the cries of “That's not a real Porsche!” were immediate and resounding but as the reviews came in and more people got behind the wheel, it became clear that Porsche had hit a home run. Combining an excellent level of comfort with a fantastic driving nature, the 911 would go on to be Porsche's poster child and the bar for which all other sports cars of the past and future would be measured against.This particular 1968 Porsche 911, chassis number 11830146 fitted with engine number 3280309, is a numbers-matching example according to the included Porsche COA. It is finished in factory colors of Irish Green (6806) over Black Leatherette. Production completion date is listed as 10/20/1967 and it was well equipped from the factory including Wood Steering Wheel, Koni Shock Absorbers, Loudspeaker, Talbot style exterior mirror on the left, ventilated chrome wheels, and Pirelli Tires (165/15). Not much is known on the early history of the car but the current owner purchased the 911 out of the Pacific Northwest area approximately 5 years ago. During their custodianship, the current owner completed photo documented work to the engine, body, and components of the vehicle. A new coating of Irish Green Paint was skillfully laid down on the exterior of the car while keeping the interior in its nice original condition. All parts used in refreshing this car were either original or NOS. A complete top end rebuild was completed but the case was not split so it does leak a bit. The suspension and brake systems were gone through and all new parts were used in refreshing these two systems. Koni shocks were placed on all four corners and GTV6 Brembo front calipers were added. An alignment was completed and the pedal box was gone over as well. The car is currently completely rust free and the front pan and battery box were professionally replaced in the proper manner which includes drilling out the old spot welds and spot welding the new body pieces in place. The car currently wears properly date coded 5.5-inch fuch wheels instead of the steel ventilated chrome wheels indicated on the COA although the spare is of the correct type. Overall this car has been thoroughly gone through and anything that needed refreshing was taken care of. Currently, the car needs nothing and is ready to be thoroughly enjoyed.Included with the sale of this car is the COA, books, tools, and the spare. Please visit www.LBILimited.com for many more photos and details. Worldwide shipping is available upon request. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @LBILimited #ClaimYourClassic.
The Porsche 911 offered here may well be one of the finest Sportomatic-equipped 911s in existence. Showing less than 23,000 miles, this stunningly original example has been held in noted Porsche collections and won prestigious concours awards competing against fully restored 911s. According to its included factory Kardex, chassis 11835019 was completed on January 9, 1968, and delivered to VW Pacific in Culver City, California. Ordered with the optional Sportomatic transmission, 911 S instrumentation, 911 S oil tank, tinted glass, bumper horns, and a radio installation package, the car was sold new to T.G. Tupman of Balboa Island, California, who had the car fitted with dealer-installed air-conditioning and a Blaupunkt AM-FM radio. Prized for its exceptional originality, this car won the 911 Class at the 1988 PCA Porsche Parade National Concours d Elegance and was named Most Outstanding Porsche at the 2001 Greenwich Concours d Elegance, plus Best German Sports Car 1967 1983 at the 2012 Greenwich concours. Resplendent in its Silver Metallic paint over black leatherette interior, this 911 presents in outstanding condition. Accompanying the sale are its Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, tool roll, jack, and books. Among the finest early 911s available, this example represents a true opportunity for the devoted Porsche enthusiast.
1968 Porsche 911 Racecar On your marks. Get set. GO! This isnt your typical 911 and as it hits the track, immediately heads will turn. The thunderous roar that this 911 emits is something that will send a shiver down your spine. The color combination is blue and yellow with a black interior and various racing decals. The cost of the engine build was around $60,000. This 911 is completely sorted and is HSR/ SVRA compliant. The engine has been through one event and was assembled by a prominent race team. The interior is equipped with a full fire system, RaceTech seat, and an AIM High-Performance Digital Dash. The saying, What you put in, you will get out is what this car embodies because of the extensive amount of upgrades the engine received. Highlights from the engine build include: -Sand cast aluminum 2.0 Liter case -Lightened Pauter crankshaft -NOS, grooved Glyco main bearings -Pauter steel rods -Clevite rod bearings -GT3 oil pump -Straight cut IMS gear set -Supertec cylinder head stud set -81mm CP custom pistons. -Comp ratio: Currently 13.5:1 (Approx) -81mm Nikasil cylinders -Twin plug cylinder heads, 39/36 ports, 45/39 valves -Elgin 314/296 cams -Cam driven mechanical gear oil pump -PMO tall manifolds -46 PMO carbs -Jarvis twin plug distributor -Oil bypass mod -Late chain box mod