Details The Porsche 911 is perhaps one of automotive histories longest running models. As a result, it is also a car that is continually re-engineered, redeveloped, and improved upon generation after generation, all while keeping the classic line and experience of the famed 911 intact. When the first production model was introduced in 1964/65 it was evident that by 1968 a change was necessary. The plan was to offer a range of models within the 911 line-up. The result by 1969 was 3 different 911’s to choose from, the T, E, and S variants of which all could be tailored for the ordering customer with a variety of interesting options. The T was the base model which by 1970 still had carburetion; the E and S variants were both fuel-injected and offered additional power and top speed over the T. The S however was the pinnacle of power for production 911 models in 1970. It offered the type 911/02 motor which produced 178HP and a higher top speed than any before it. This was Porsche entering into its prime and these “long-hood” 911’s would go down in history as the ones to have and a true representation of a 911. The example on offer here, Chassis # 9110301644, according to its Porsche Cer
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