The last of the pre-impact bumper cars are perhaps the most desirable of the early 911s. From the range topping 2.7 RS to the 2.4 T, the 1972/3 cars all combine the classic period 911 looks with the most advanced and powerful engines of the period. Even though the T was supposedly the base model in the range, it still had a wide range of appeal and represents better value in today’s thriving market. 1972 was an interesting year for us Porsche anoraks as the 72 911s are unique in carrying an oil filler flap in the rear wing. Legend has it that this feature was quickly discontinued when numerous less careful owners flung open the flap and sloshed petrol into the oil tank, quickly ending the life of the engine of their Porsche, hence it disappeared on the 1973 models. Production completion date for this 911T Coupe was the 1st of November 1971, however its model year is confirmed as a 1972 by its Porsche certificate of authenticity, as well as being a genuine side oil filler example. This matching numbers example was supplied new into Porsche Hamburg (LHD) but has resided here in the UK since 1982. The car today presents in its original colour of Light Yellow and has benefitted from a
porsche 911 2400cc t petrol restored 1972 fast german rwd sportscar coupe 2-plus-2 2wd
Sudbury Road, Little Maplestead
Little Maplestead, CO9 2SE, Essex
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