1971 Porsche 911
Car for sale by Precious Metals Fine Motor Cars of San Diego www.PMautos.com in San Diego, California 92113
Precious Metals Fine Motor Cars of San Diego www.PMautos.com
San Diego, CA 92113
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Classic Car Overview
This spectacular 1971 Porsche 911T has known history of owners from 1971. It was originally sold new to Ronald Whittier a SVP at Intel from the local Palo Alto Porsche Dealership. After long-term ownership Ronald gave the car to his son John Whittier in the early 2000’s. The car was never re-titled an sent to Sun Valley Auto Club for storage. It wasn’t until 2012 when Sun Valley was able to purchase the Porsche from John. The car was a hot topic of discussion and highly sought after by club members while in the possession of Sun Valley Auto Group so needless so say it wasn’t long before the car found a new owner.
Tim Wolfe was a member of Sun Valley Auto Club himself. He commissioned Sun Valley to restore the vehicle to its original luster. The vehicle underwent a no expense spared rebirth, over $13,000 was invested at a club member rate retail cost of such an operation would have been closer to $25,000. The Vehicle received a full Service, its entire fuel delivery system was refurbished including full rebuild to the carbs, its exhaust system, brakes front and back, its ignition and charging system we all addressed.
The car was then sold to a local Sun Valley resident who was also a collector, unfortunately he didn’t drive the car much claiming “it was just too fast for him”. The vehicle was then sold to its current owner “our client” a Porsche Club member and enthusiasts of Encinitas, Ca. The current owner is quite meticulous this was not his first 911 nor his last and he knew exactly what to do with it. He gave the car the proper refreshing it deserved. Under his custodianship the car received a full rebuild to the transmission replaced all synchro’s, its suspension was serviced and car was lowered ½ inch, he Fixed all oil leaks, most recently the fuel tank was removed and relined with new fuel lines. Many other new parts, seals, trim & molding pieces, wiring etc were all addressed. Being in the hands of a Porsche specialists he really brought the car to more reliable state for touring and daily drives, also paying much attention to the exterior he brought its cosmetics up to a standard suitable for showing. After nearly two years of tinkering the car is dead-spot right on point. All its quarks have been fixed, the car runs and drives better then new.
Its exterior finish although not the original Signal Orange it is a stunning and beautiful Anthracite gray which complements its original interior well. Accompanied by its Certificate of Authenticity the vehicle has been verified to have its original engine with 47,000 original miles, coupled to a freshly rebuilt original 5 speed this car is a wonderful vehicle to drive. COA shows original order as a 1971 911T Karmann Coupe Vin# 911120444.
The early 911’s are still continuing to skyrocket in value with virtually no end in sight only 11,000 or so ’71 911T’s were original built and percentage wise we do not believe too many survived. This is an excellent opportunity to own and enjoy a fun appreciating asset. Some recent auction sales of 1971 911’s have been recorded up to $173,000 from 62,000 over the past 3 year period, most recently in January or 2016 a 1971 T sold at Bonham’s for $110,000 plus buyers fee(10%) several currently on the market can be found advertised up to $160,000 plus and many in the $110,000-120k range. We feel we have priced this fabulous car conservatively for its excellent condition to allow a very fair and reasonable sale in a short time. Do not miss out on this opportunity the cars are going up monthly and another 10% will be added to its value in a very short time.
Classic Car ID101048721
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