This Stunning example of a long nose 911E is as well documented in its provenance as it is beautiful.Review the 60 pictures posted on the slideshow.Note the straight body panel gaps as well as the straight body panels.Note the straight stance of the car as well as the bright work.The car was painted in 1991,down to the bare metal tub with photo documentation.Owner fell short on cash and it sat until 2005.The car was picked up by a Porsche enthusiat who proceeded to invest thousands of dollars in the refreshing and updating of the car,the results are what you are viewing. The work that has been performed on the car is well documented in an organized notebook of services receipts and funds invested. The car arrived at our facility a couple days before a local gathering of the Porsche club.Purely on a lark we chose to wash(and wash only) this car and take it to the show.THE CAR WON FIRST PLACE! The car comes with the COA. Sportomatic was the transmission the car left the factory with,it has since been changed out to a correct dogleg 5 speed.The engine is number 6210052.The production date was 12/68,it left the factory as a Signal Green car as it still is. The engine has upgraded Weber carbs and front shock upgrade as well as a 2 to 1 battery conversion. The car is as exhilarating to drive as it is to view upon.It is fast,tight,and well sorted. Review the pictures posted,if the car holds interest contact me at 615-971-4409.The car is located at our facility 25 miles east of downtown Nashville Tn.Independent inspections are welcomed and encouraged. a $299 Dealer doc fee will be included in final purchase price This and other European collectibles may be reviewed at JPFRAZIER.com
To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys Arizona event, 17 - 18 January 2019. Estimate:$90,000 - $120,000 Offered from the Torque CollectionBeautiful 911 T coupe in a great color Only 23,889 original miles from newRetains its original engine and gearboxRestored by marque expertsPorsche Certificate of AuthenticityThe 1969 model year marked the first important changes to Porsche s well-received 911 series. The wheelbase was lengthened by 2.4 in., which served to greatly enhance the car s handling characteristics. The fenders were slightly flared to make room for larger wheels and tires, and the interior heating and cooling system was improved, as Porsche made steady improvements on the design. Three models were offered: the base 110-hp 911 T, the 140-hp 911 E, and the 170-hp 911 S. The lower-priced T was fitted with a magnesium-cased, cast-iron-cylindered engine with Weber carburetors, while the E and S used Bosch mechanical fuel injection. This very attractive 911 T coupe left the Karmann plant 14 April 1969, painted Polo Red with a black leatherette interior. It was delivered to its first owner with options including a five-speed manual transmission, five-gauge instrument package, front and rear bumperettes, a Becker radio and antenna, and Pirelli tires. The car is believed to have spent its early years with two owners in dry and sunny Phoenix, Arizona, after which it was sold in 1984 to an Ohio resident, with its odometer reading just 20,645 miles. At that point it received a full mechanical overhaul, and then moved on to its fourth owner in Missouri. At only 23,105 original miles, the car was given a full cosmetic restoration, which included a high-quality repaint in its original color. In 2014, this car was acquired by a noted Southern California enthusiast who had a full new black leatherette interior and new headliner installed. The respected Porsche restoration shop Coachcraft, in Fillmore, California, then brought the paint to what the owner described as show condition. At that time, the car had been driven just 23,696 miles and it has accrued just a few hundred miles more.This outstanding 911 T is supplied with a set of forged Fuchs alloy wheels, tool kit, jack, service records, and manuals. Here is a well-restored, extremely low-mileage 911 perfect for Porsche club events or enjoyable touring.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/az19.
To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys Arizona event, 17 - 18 January 2019. Estimate:$65,000 - $75,000 Offered from the Torque Collection1 of 954 E coupes produced by Reutter for the 1969 model yearFully restored with upgraded suspensionElegant and attractive original color combinationPorsche Production Specifications certificateThe desirability of early 911s has been growing steadily, with collectors searching out good examples of these light and nimble sports cars. The handling characteristics of the first 911s were vastly improved when Porsche stretched the wheelbase by 2.4 in. for the 1969 model year. The wheel openings received slight flaring to accommodate wider wheels and tires. Heating and ventilating systems were also improved as Porsche steadily upgraded its production cars. The 911 E was introduced by Porsche to replace the more powerful 911 S in 1968; it featured all the luxury features of the S but was fitted with a slightly lower-horsepower engine to meet increasingly stringent U.S. emissions standards. The E s suspension utilized an unusual Boge hydro-pneumatic system and 14-in. wheels for driving comfort, but over time this arrangement proved troublesome and most owners replaced the Boge suspension with standard McPherson struts, tubular shocks, torsion bars, and 15-in. wheels.Offered here is a very attractive 1969 911 E coupe delivered 18 March 1969 in special-order Blue Metallic (6853) over black leatherette upholstery and charcoal carpets. It was factory-equipped with U.S.-specification sealed-beam headlamps and a speedometer reading in miles per hour, tinted glass all around, and a Blaupunkt Frankfurt stereo radio package. The consignor states that this 911 E spent most of its early life in California, but has been under long-term mid-west ownership since the early 1980s. The original Boge suspension was replaced in 2012. This 911 E was then acquired by the Torque Collection in Wisconsin and enjoyed a full cosmetic restoration in 2016, including a high-quality respray in its original color. The engine was replaced in June 2017 with a fresh 2.4-liter, 140-hp flat-six from a 1973 911 T. The Type 915 transmission was also rebuilt. This elegant 911 E is accompanied by extensive service documentation and receipts dating from the early 1980s, along with early registration records. The correct jack and tool kit have been freshly cleaned. It is rare to find an early 911 this fresh, with just enough improvements to make it more pleasurable to drive.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/az19.
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FOLLOW: @gastonrossato @thebarnmiami for behind the scenes. 1969 Porsche 911 RS 3.0 chassis #00004. Fully documented nut and bolt restoration with only 30+ miles since completion, hotrod 3.0L RSR twin plug motor with fuel injected independent throttle bodies, and custom built engine management system. Full mechanical build by the renowned MGM Motorsports. Tuned to run on pump gas with 230 RWHP and 190 FT LBS torque at 7600 RPMS. 5 Speed differential transmission with limited slip and billet aluminum bearing plate. Transmission is geared for top speed of approximately 145 MPH. All trades welcome, even multiple cars! By Appointment only. For more information please contact Gaston (786) 486-7746. www.thebarnmiami.com. Follow us on instagram and Facebook @thebarnmiami and @gastonrossato for behind the scenes.
1969 911EPolo Red / Black with houndstooth insertsMatching numbers body, engine and transmissionService records and receipts going back to 1979Always cosmetically and mechanically maintainedBare metal repaint and engine rebuild in 2012Interior refresh in 2007Drives wonderfullyFirst year of the mechanical fuel injection (MFI) 911The “just right” longhood 911: power and torque throughout rev range instead of all “up top” (the S) or “down low” (the T)Solid investment potential
1969 PORSCHE 911 THIS 911 WAS COMPLETELY RESTORED IN THE 90S AND A FAMILY MEMBER HAS OWNED SINCE 2000. THE CAR IS RUST FREE ON FLOORS AND BODY------------------ENGINE AND TRANS GOOD CONDITION HAS HAD NEW RUBBERS AND PAINT---PAINT VERY PRESENTABLE SEATS ARE NOT ORIGINAL---- THE BATTERIES ARE BAD AND NEED REPLACED THE CAR RUNS AND DRIVES BUT NEEDS NEW TIRES AND BRAKE SERVICED TO BE ROAD READY REALLY NICE OLDER CLASSIC PORSCHE-------------IT WILL REQUIRE A TUNE UP, TIRES AND BRAKE SERVICE-- SOLD AS IS NEEDING BATTERY, BRAKES AND SERVICED. Please Note The Following Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 FREE Consignment Visit Our Site Today Easy To List Your Vehicle and Get it Sold in Record Time.
1969 Porsche 911T Coupe # matching. Needs interior,painted/ finished, 52k miles. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing please visit our consignment page or Call
1969 Porsche 911TThis very sharp mostly original paint 1969 Porsche 911T Coupe with matching numbers is available in its original color code#6805 Bahama yellow with a black interior. It comes equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission, Weber carburetors, Fuchs wheels and includes the spare tire, tool kit, jack and service documentation as well as the maintenance booklet. An extremely collectible vehicle which is mechanically sound. For $54,500, This very sharp mostly original paint 1969 Porsche 911T Coupe with matching numbers is available in its original color code#6805 Bahama yellow with a black interior. It comes equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission, Weber carburetors, Fuchs wheels and includes the spare tire, tool kit, jack and service documentation as well as the maintenance booklet. An extremely collectible vehicle which is mechanically sound.
Limited Production 911 E Coupe-Local Porsche-Polo Red-Black Leather & Corduroy Inserts Recaro Sport Seats Just Like Certificate of Authenticity Shows from Porsche- Only 930 Produced-Faster than a 911 S from 0-100mph-Engine has just been rebuilt correctly by the only Real Porsche mechanic in the Midwest for the last 45 years-Complete overhaul-Pistons-Cams-Original Heads-Clutch etc. Done right=Very fast and Fun to drive.A Real Porsche-Not like the New ones.NADA Book Value now is $123,900 and going up.
In 1968, the Porsche 911 received the first significant updates since its 1964 debut. Manufactured with the two-liter engine between August 1968 and July 1969, the B series models featured a small but significant wheelbase lengthening from 87 to 89.3 to improve handling characteristics. In addition to minor trim and detail updates, the fender arches were slightly flared to accommodate wider wheels and tires. Finished in Sand Beige over black leatherette, this 1969 Porsche 911 T was sold new to Daniel Rove of Grosse Pointe, Michigan, on April 10, 1969. Its original window sticker lists desirable options including a five-speed transaxle, and a comfort equipment package that added 911 S instrumentation, velour carpeting, chrome rocker-panel trim, rubber bumperettes, gold-colored nameplate, and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. Displaying a total price of $7,255.44, its original Bill of Sale also notates a dealer-installed Blaupunkt Frankfurt AM-FM shortwave radio, and floor mats. In Mr. Rove s care for almost 50 years and now registering less than 47,000 miles, this car s maintenance documentation and service receipts accompany the sale. Recently recommissioned by the consignor to operating condition following several years of storage, this numbersmatching example presents in impressively original condition. Complete with its books, tools, jack, window sticker, maintenance records, and purchase paperwork, this beautifully preserved 911 T is presented essentially as it emerged from its original owner s garage a rare find indeed.