Used condition, Franchise approved,
In 1969 Porsche produced just 954 911E Coupes. This particular model has the serial number (11900040). The car was manufactured on the 2nd September 1968 and was first registered on the 20th November 1968 making it one of the first B Series (Long wheelbase) cars produced. This particular vehicle has undergone an extensive 4 year restoration to a very high standard. This excellent example has retained its originality by using every original part of the car wherever possible instead of simply replacing worn items with new parts. The engine- transmission and drive shafts were reconditioned by Mike Bainbridge of MB Porsche Engineering. The car was recorded with a catalogue of pictures that document its progress from start to finish.,Intended as the luxury model the 911E came standard (in most markets) with the comfort package of features including:, Ventilated brake discs with aluminium callipers, Velour carpeting, A leather covered steering wheel, heavy bumper guard inserts, chrome rocker-panel trim, gold coloured script on the rear deck, increased wheelbase for improved handling performance.,The car was imported to Los Angeles from the Zuffenhausen factory and lived its life in California, USA around the San Francisco area before being purchased and taken to the UK on the 24th May 2010. The North Hollywood Speedometer and Clock Company in Los Angeles (The oldest VDO warehouse distributor in the USA) immaculately restored the instrument cluster to ensure originality was kept. The speedometer mileage was retained at 46896 miles., The 911E is represented as one of the first major upgrades of the 911 model. With an engine capacity of 1991CC the car produced 140BHP at 6500RPM. Jointly developed by Porsche and Bosch the MFI (Mechanical Fuel Injection) system was put into place. The distribution of a precise control of fuel-air mixture among the cylinders enabled the car to meet the emissions control regulations of this time.For more information please contact a member of the classic team.
Jul 3, 2017