Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando Florida is proud to offer this awesome 1970 Porsche 911 E. This rare 911 E was purchased by its current owner 15 years ago, at that time the seller, believed he was the third owner. The previous owner had the car for about ten years and drove it every weekend. The car was repainted in 2005 Porsche Arctic Silver (paint code L92T) in the summer of 2005. The original color of the car was blue. The entire interior was reupholstered in Black German vinyl matching covers and the seats springs/ padding was replaced. The AM/FM radio was upgraded with a new old school style radio, which has a plug for iPod (in the glove box) and looks perfect in the dash. The exhaust system was replaced, and the brakes upgraded, and the dual quad Weber carbs were rebuilt. Several rubber lines were replaced with steel. The car is very stock overall. The car has been to several local Porsche Club of America (PCA) events and won a couple awards for various best of categories. The current owner also took the car to Virginia International Raceway (VIR) for a PCA Drivers Education weekend. The car drove beautifully on this amazing road course and dozens of fellow PCA members asked if they could drive it which he declined. This is driving the way it was intended---- no power steering, no power brakes, no air conditioning, the roar of the engine! The car has been serviced by a local mechanic specializing in German cars for the past four years. All fluids changed this past summer and tune up. Recently replaced the tires (Yokohama 185/65R-15 high performance, V-speed rated) and fresh spare tire as well. Original Porsche jack and some tools with car, new dual batteries and much more. The car runs like a top! Very good condition. Beautifully cared for in climate-controlled garage. This beautiful 62k original mile 911 E is powered by the 2.2 Liter Flat 6 Cylinder engine mated to at 5 speed transmission. This 1970 Porsche 911 E is for sale in our Orlando Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (407)771-2000 or email us at Orlando@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Orlando Showroom, located at 635 Century Point Suite 101, Lake Mary, FL 32746. See more at: https://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/ORD/1360/1970-Porsche-911-E Want to connect with us? Here s how: Website: http://www.GatewayClassicCars.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GatewayClassicCars Google+: https://plus.google.com/117279883240095539866/posts Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/gatewayclassics/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gatewayclassics YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/GatewayClassicCars
Price:Price Upon Request Extensive period racing career with German privateers Hans Braun and Ludwig HornauerOne of only 15 ST 2.3s built for the 1970 model yearExceptionally well restored by marque specialists in GermanyHighly eligible for both concours and historic racing eventsAccompanied by a report from Porsche Specialist Andy PrillEven in its earliest days, the Porsche 911 quickly proved to not only Porsche, but also to its enthusiastic owners that it was a reliable and competitive car to race in a variety of different events. Moving from the 911 S to the 911 R and 911 T/R, the ST was next in line for 1970, leading Porsche toward the now-iconic Carrera RS 2.7. New rules introduced by the FIA allowed Porsche to extend both the front and rear track of the 911 by two inches, giving the ST its distinctive flared wheel arches. Additionally, to make the car more competitive in its class, the bore on the car s 2.2-liter engine was increased by just 1 mm, which brought overall displacement to roughly 2.3 liters.Further to their mechanical upgrades, Porsche made every effort to shed as much weight as possible from the ST 2.3. The roof and part of the floor pans were made of thinner steel, and some cars boasted aluminum door panels and soundproofing. In addition, underseal was completely omitted and less paintwork was utilized to clothe the bodywork than with the standard road cars. However, it is clear that the beauty was in the details to Porsche engineers, as even smaller components were removed, including the heater ducts, seat adjustment supports, seat belt mounting points, and even the glove box lid and ashtray. Only 15 911 ST 2.3s were built for the first year of production of 36 total.Chassis no. 9110301138, one of those first 15 cars built of the 1970 model year, was originally delivered to Hans Braun, a German privateer racer from Nuremburg, through MAHG in Munich. Braun drove the car frequently in events in his native Germany from roughly the time when he purchased the car in 1970 until he sold the car in 1972. Clearly a skilled and capable driver, Braun regularly finished near or at the top of his division. After two seasons of racing, Braun decided that it was time to sell his 911. Interestingly, in the history file is a clipping from the newspaper that Braun used to list the car for sale, noting that it had accumulated 70,200 km in his ownership. Its next owner was another German privateer, Ludwig Hornauer. Hornauer continued to race the ST 2.3 around Germany at hill climbs and other such racing events. After moving from hill climbs and circuit racing, Hornauer moved to drag racing, namely at events organized by members of the U.S. military at bases in Hanau, Gevestadt, and Ramstein. The car was purchased by Manfred Grundmann in 1975 and over the course of the next decade, the 911 passed through a handful of subsequent owners in Germany. During this time, the car was continually modified to remain competitive prior to being purchased by Franz George D pper in 1989.The ST 2.3 was sold from D pper to Ed Blais in 1995 and was shipped to the U.S. The car remained with Blais for four years, and during that time it was used in historic racing. Blais sold the car in 1999 and it passed through two subsequent collectors prior to being purchased by Jim Oppenheimer, who continued to race the car after it was restored with racing in mind. Purchased by the current owner from Oppenheimer in 2004, the car was brought to Germany and fully restored to appear just as it did at the Norisring in 1971 when raced by Hans Braun. Upon beginning the restoration work, the ST s chassis tub was found to be largely original throughout, having only had minor repairs in a few areas due to damage suffered during its racing career. The car s bodywork was restored by David Bonavita, former head of prototype production at Pininfarina, utilizing all the correct M491 specification components. Not uncommon with competition Porsche cars of this era, many of the car s body panels had been replaced throughout its life. In an effort to return the car to its original specifications, correct ST body panels were sourced and replaced where necessary. The engine, not the original engine but a correct 911/02 block for 1970 with larger cylinders and pistons, was fully overhauled by Porsche specialist Irmgartz Motorsport.Earlier this year, a comprehensive inspection and report was completed by Porsche specialist Andy Prill, which accompanies the car. Prill found that the car was highly original throughout and retained a number of key features distinctive to ST, confirming the car s identity and authenticity. These include the presence of a dead pedal for the driver, the absence of heater ducts in the inner sills, front strut brace supports, fuel tank securing brackets, roll cage mounts, the 110-liter fuel tank, and seat supports. Furthermore, Prill asserts that the chassis number, production number, and vin plate all look to be genuine and unaltered. Hugely eligible for a variety of vintage racing and concours events, this is an exceptional example of one of the most revered and respected 911 race cars. Boasting a known history from new and retaining all of its identifying ST features, it would be an exciting addition to any collection of Porsche cars and one that can be used as its manufacturers intended.To view this car and others currently available, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/home/private-sales/.
1970 Porsche 911T Targa Great no rust driver, 9110112287 Signal Yellow/Black, Paint code 1410, 135k miles, Period correct rebuilt 2.2 E upgraded 140 hp motor, Leather factory sport seats new, new Targa top, very nice paint, near new interior, No rust at all. S trim package, glass perfect, runs perfect, weber carburetors, 5 speed trans, new brakes and clutch, 6x15 Fuchs alloy S wheels, tires vg, Sway bars, everything works, Jack, books, tool kit, Great trouble free driver. -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
1970 Porsche 911T this is absolutely stunning by far the most beautiful car I have ever owned. COA included and all numbers match it is rust free, the body is in excellent shape. the paint shines like new. the only imperfections I found are where the original antenna was filled and you can somewhat see it from certain angle and there are two tiny dimples on the driver side windshield cowl. it has steel flares and they look like they were put on at the factory. no rust on this car. the interior is also in great shape. the only thing it could use is new carpet as it has some wear but still in great usable shape. dash has no cracks, headliner is good. rs door panels are great. seats are beautiful. everything works on the car. it has power sunroof (from factory). the car has a 3 liter engine with headers installed and it runs great. the original engine is included as well. it is disassembled and in boxes but it comes with the car. it rolls on 16 fuchs with great tires. brakes work great. included are the original owners manual, service booklet, original window sticker, certificate of authenticity, and a binder full of receipts.
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1970 Porsche 911 E Targa Current Owner bought in1980. Motor was replaced 20 years ago with a 1969 911 E. Floors are still original. Car is still in its original color of Silver Driver side had the Recaro seat option Vehicle runs and drives. Motor is strong. 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.
1970 Porsche 911t2.2 liter matching numbers New zenith carburetorsHas rear steel flaresFront fiberglass flares Easy to convert to rsr or backdateGood project It runs needs tlcPlease contact us for location and availability of the vehicle.Dan perez 516-376-3471 we could be representing the buying and selling of your car alsowww.dp9motors.com specialize in classic cars ,muscle cars and exotics. if you dont see it...we will find it for you!!!! email us your info@ firstname.lastname@example.org
1970 Porsche 911E Targa, The 1970 Porsche 911E Targa shown here with matching numbers is available in this beautiful color combination of blue with a black interior. It comes equipped with a Sportom, 1970 Porsche 911E TargaThe 1970 Porsche 911E Targa shown here with matching numbers is available in this beautiful color combination of blue with a black interior. It comes equipped with a Sportomatic transmission, OEM radio, Fuchs wheels and includes the original owners manual and spare tire. The Targa was in single ownership for many years and is a very presentable and a highly collectible example. For $52,500 , The 1970 Porsche 911E Targa shown here with matching numbers is available in this beautiful color combination of blue with a black interior. It comes equipped with a Sportomatic transmission. OEM radio, Fuchs wheels and includes the original owners manual and spare tire. The Targa was in single ownership for many years and is a very presentable and highly collectible example.
1970 Porsche 911TThis 1970 Porsche 911T Coupe with matching numbers, has had the transmission replaced (PPS included), is available in its original an extremely highly sought after color combination of code#1414 signal orange with a black interior. The Coupe comes equipped with a manual transmission, Fuchs wheels and includes the spare tire. It is an extremely clean and presentable vehicle which had the same owner since 1985 and is mechanically sound. For $54,500, This 1970 Porsche 911T Coupe with matching numbers, however the transmission has been replaced (PPS included) is available in its original an extremely highly sough after color combination of code#1414 signal orange with a black interior. The coupe comes equipped with a manual transmission, Fuchs wheels and includes the spare tire. It is an extremely clean and presentable vehicle which had the same owner since 1985 and is mechanically sound.
Porsche 911T Targa fully restored recently, keeping 100% originality. Great car in Excellent condition. All the rust removed doing carriage rotisserie. New painting matching original color. Engine totally rebuilt (new Mahle pistons, rings, valves, bearings, muffler, etc.). New distributor and MSD ignition, no more points. New brakes (rotors, calipers, pads, cylinder, etc). New suspension (springs, struts, arms, wheel bearings, etc). New interior, carpets, all seats, dashboard and door panels in leather). Only 6k miles after restoration, Certificate of Authenticity, clear tittle matching engine, VIN. All records kept and photographs from restoration. You must see it.
1970 Porsche 911T Coupe Matching numbers per certificate of Authenticity. Original color was Bahia Red with a Black leatherette interior. Turnkey driver with that is solid with no major rust. Needs a cosmetic restoration to bring this vehicle up to show quality. Equipped with the matching 2,195cc SOHC Flat 6-Cylinder engine, producing 125bhp at 5,800 RPM, 5-Speed manual 901 dogleg transmission, 4-Wheel independent suspension, with 4-wheel disc brakes. This is a great opportunity if you have been looking for a good 911 for restoration or to enjoy as is. History C Series Model Year 1970 was the first of the 2.2-liter engine with single overhead camshaft, 6 cylinder with 2 valves per cylinder. The output of 123 bhp (125 PS/92 kW) of power at 5,800 rpm, and maximum torque of 176 N m (130 lb ft/17.9 kgm) at 4200 rpm. Top speed is 200 km/h (124 mph).
1970 Porsche 911S Coupe VIN 9110300085 Completed December 1969 Beautiful example of Porsches grand touring sports car. Sporting its matching 911 S motor with 180 horse power and 5 speed manual transmission and four wheel disc brakes. It drives amazing. Finished in the original epic color Conda Green with a Black interior. Complete with owners manual, tools and jack. Super straight body with excellent gaps and restored to a very high standard! History In September of 1969 Porsche delivered the new 2.2L C-Series Model 911 for the 1970 model year. All three versions of the series, the 911T, 911E and 911S were available in either Coupe or Targa. The entry level model, the 911T was cranking out 125bhp, the 911E was more luxuriously equipped both inside and out with 155bhp and the flagship model, the 911S topped the boards with an impressive 180bhp. The front-strut mounting points in the C-Series models were moved slightly forward in order to lighten steering and reduce kickback for better handling. The steel engine covers on the E and S versions were replaced with aluminum to shave weight. The T version finally received ventilated disc brakes, but to keep costs down they were iron as opposed to the lighter alloy calipers used on the more expensive E and S. The only other significant change for 1970 was an anti-corrosion coating for the chassis.