This 1969 911T Targa is a matching numbers car that's been under the same ownership for the last 30 years. Black with black interior. Its been parked for several years but ran when last parked. The interior is in good shape and the car is very solid and original overall. An excellent buy for just $42,500
This stunning, matching numbers Porsche 911, still in its original colour and specification has been driven to us faultlessly from Oxfordshire. Our early 911 was built on the 7th July 1969, was supplied new in Light Ivory/6804 with desirable five speed dog leg gearbox and in left hand drive format for the U.S market. Many say the pre 1973 911 was the best looking of the entire range and this specific example with its beautiful Fuchs alloys certainly looks very impressive. We have a Porsche certificate of Authenticity verifying this information and a comprehensive history detailing thousands of pounds worth of expenditure. PUJ 144G was registered in the UK in January 2015, prepared by a leading UK Porsche specialist. The 911 was road registered in the UK, serviced, thoroughly rust proofed and ready for the road. Since then the car has been with one of our regular customers who has enjoyed faultless, reliable motoring. Invoices from 2013 in the history detail some engine refresh work, a new clutch, an overhaul of the air-conditioning system and gearbox repairs. Maintenance and general light re-commissioning work go back many years and its clear from the condition that this is an exam
1973 Porsche 911T Coupe RS upgrades s/n 91131oo869, engine no. *6131307* Yellow with Black Interior When the 911 first appeared on American soil, it did not take long for these potent and beautiful cars to become the standard for excellence in affordable sports cars. Their unparalleled drivability, ease of use, and simple elegance defied former “fussy” sports car paradigms. Their functional looks, purposeful interiors and road going agility led to a fanatical following, one that thrives today particularly among enthusiast collectors. For many years, 911s remained excellent used cars, but finding genuine uncompromised examples has become challenging. Early 1973 911Ts sold in the United States featured the MFI (mechanical fuel injection) coupled with the stout 2.4 liter engine. Most early 911s have appreciated in recent years and the late cars (1972 and 1973), are considered the ultimate development of the 'long hood' 911. This is an early 1973 model originally equipped with MFI (currently now running Webers). The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity indicates that this car was originally delivered in Light Yellow/62 with Black Leatherette/11, to a US buyer with US equipment, Option G
- - Just in and available soon - - We are very pleased to be able to offer one of the finest 1973 PORSCHE 911T 2.4L CSI TARGAS on the market It is in spectacular condition throughout and a very rare car. Only 53,158 MILES! First owner until 1975 Second Owner 1975 until 2015 Third owner 2015 to our purchase. Meticulously maintained and always garaged, completely restored in California in 2014 covering around 10,000miles since Finished in its original colour combination of classic Aubergine with beautiful Tan interior and removable Black targa top. Porsche COA on file Fitted with many rare options Factory air conditioning Factory Power windows Factory 4-speed sportomatic transmission and much more! Original CSI engine (Continuous Injection System) Bosch K- Jetronic injection engine makes this a very rare car Michelin XWX tyres New Koni Shocks In 1973, Porsche offered three 911 variants: the 911T, the 911E and the 911S. The 911T was traditionally equipped with carburettors. However, in mid-1973, Porsche converted the car to Bosch's new fuel injection system named K-Jetronic a/k/a CIS (Continuous Injection System). This variant of the 911 - the 1973.5 911T with CIS - was described by Peter Zimmerman as follows: "... Finally! Porsche builds their first '10'! This is the one model that deserves its own chapter. ... All things considered, this is the smoothest, most pleasant of all early 911s to be built to date to drive. The engine, at all RPM levels, is responsive and has sufficient torque to allow use at very low engine speeds. ... The 2.4 liter displacement engine delivers enough horsepower and torque to enjoy in almost any driving situation. ... The folks at the Porsche factory knew they were building really special models." The addition of CIS boosted the car's base horsepower from 130 to 148 and made it competitive with the higher priced 911E. Interestingly, the addition of CIS gave the car an impressive fuel economy of roughly 32 mpg. Recent £8000+ spend at Paul Stephens and £1200 at Prill on service, tuning and improvements to include AC Compressor which now works faultlessly and ICE cold, LED front lamps, UK spec front and back over riders etc..... The car drives flawlessly it has just done a classic rally in Denmark and been the Skagen on the North sea and back some 3000km without fault The engine is completely tight and fully refurbished along with gearbox, brakes, fuchs wheels and the new stainless steel exhaust. This 911 wants for nothing. We are proud to offer this investment grade 911 Targa to the most sophisticated collector, investor or enthusiast who understands and appreciates the rarity of a Porsche in this condition. Current UK V5C MOT Export enquiries welcome.
The engine bay presents in good order, remaining clean and tidy. The rubbers and plastics maintain a healthy appearance and even the factory stickers are still intact. The 2.4-litre mechanical fuel injection (MFI) engine produces a glorious tone through the recently fitted stainless exhaust - the original is still present - and the five-speed box handles the 911's power perfectly through the gears. The car features an excellent history file and so it is clearly evident that it has always been well maintained.
Caractéristiques Année du Modèle : 1969 1ère mise en circulation : 06/05/1969 N° Châssis : 119122639 Couleur extérieure : Light Ivory Couleur intérieure : Similicuir noir Kilométrage : 96 000 miles CV DIN: 110ch CV fiscaux: 15 CV Cylindrée : 1991 cm3 Boîte de vitesses : Manuelle, 5 vitesses Carnet : Non Peinture d’origine : Non Origine du modèle : Etats-Unis Historique et restauration Le modèle que nous présentons vient des Etats Unis où il a été livré le 6 Mai 1969. Cette 911 de couleur Light Ivory, bénéficie d’options comme la boîte 5 vitesses, les butoirs en caoutchouc, les vitres teintées mais aussi son autoradio Becker. Ce véhicule a reçu une peinture complète dans nos ateliers (dossier factures et photos). Nous en avons profité pour faire une inspection du châssis qui ne présente pas de défauts et qui est ainsi très sain. Nous avons le certificat Porsche qui atteste bien de la configuration d’origine, notamment au niveau de la couleur ainsi que des numéros moteur et boîte. Garantie du véhicule Le véhicule sera vendu révisé et garanti 3 mois ou 5000kms Prix 99 000 € Nous trouver et nous contacter Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / 04 79 88 66 36 – Jérôme Millias 07 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans Nos horaires Du Lundi au Samedi, de 8h00 à 12h00 et de 14h00 à 18h30 http://jeanlainvintage.com/ *************************************************************************************** Specifications Year of manufacture: 06/05/1969 Chassis number: 119122639 Exterior color: Light Ivory Interior color: Black leather Mileage: 96 000 miles HP: 110ch Engine displacement: 1991 cm3 Gearbox: Manual (5) Service book: No Original paint: No Delivery country: USA History and restoration This beautiful 911 Light Ivory was delivered to the United States on 06/05/69. It is equipped amongst other with a 5 gear box, rubber bumpers, tinted windows and a Becker radio. This vehicle has just received a complete painting in our workshops to restore radiance (pictures files and invoices). We took the opportunity to do an inspection of the frame which has no defects. The Porsche certificate attests the original color, engine and gearbox. Warranty The vehicle will be sold revised and guaranteed 3 months or 5000 Km Price 99 000 € Find us and contact us Jean Lain Vintage – Showroom / +334 79 88 66 36 - Jérôme Millias +337 60 14 73 07 11 Rue de la Dent du Chat 73 420 Voglans France Opening hours From Monday to Saturday, 8am to 12am and 2pm to 6.30pm http://jeanlainvintage.com/
This 1969 Porsche 911T Soft Window Targa is an excellent original car that's never been restored. Burgundy with black interior. Its a very solid and honest car with a 1972 911T engine installed. A very clean and presentable driver and a great buy at just $79,500.
This 1973 Porsche 911T Targa is a wonderful matching numbers car that's been under the same ownership for the last 30 years. Black with tan interior. It's a very original driver that's very presentable. It has 144k miles and is in great shape overall. Mechanically very strong. An excellent buy for only $67,500
--Gold Metallic with Black interior and Black/Grey German square weave carpeting, Fully and comprehensively restored, 3-Owners from new, Matching #’s, Porsche Certificate of Authenticity, 2.4 liter CIS injected engine, 5 speed manual, Immaculate in every way! Factory options include: Forger Alloy Wheel 6x15, Chrome Fender Strip, Appearance Group, Retractable Antenna Left, Tinted Glass All Around, Electric Sliding Sunroof. The pre-1974 911 is an icon of the motoring world. Their values have appreciated in recent years. It has become increasingly hard to find exceptional examples in both condition and provenance. The 1973 models with 2.4 Liter engine (MFI or CSI) continue to be the model sought by both enthusiasts and collectors alike, due to its added power, performance and later “915’ 5-speed gearbox. To have a sunroof as well is just gravy. This 911T is just such an example. According to its Porsche Certificate of Authenticity and accompanying original factory window sticker, this US delivery 911T is still in its original colors, matching numbers and complete with its original factory options. This 1973 Porsche 911T was purchased new via Bob Hagestad Porsche-Audi of Denver, Colora
1973 Porsche 911T Coupe s/n 9113100168, engine no. *6130324* Tangerine with Black Interior Early 911s embody a combination that is rare among collector cars today. They have unparalleled drivability and usability, especially when compared with other cars of the same vintage, but are also wholly evocative of a different era. There is a certain wholeness, cohesiveness, agility, and communicativeness that is only evident when they are driven, and it is no surprise that they have a fanatical following. For many years, however, they were just used cars, which makes finding genuinely solid examples which have been continuously cared throughout the car's life difficult today. All early 911s have appreciated tremendously in recent years and the late cars (1972 and 1973), which are fitted with 2.4 liter engines, are the ultimate development of the 'long hood' 911. Early 1973 911Ts sold in the United States featured the MFI (mechanical fuel injection) system of the early cars, while late ones employed CIS (continuous injection system) that was shared with 1974 onward cars including the 911SC. This is an early 1973 model that was originally equipped with MFI and has been converted to Webers.
This 1973 Porsche 911T Targa is an extremely solid Arizona car. Red with black interior. It runs and drives well and has no rust. It has a non-matching numbers out of a 1976 911. A bargain at just $42,500
This 1971 Porsche 911T Targa is a California car. White with black interior. 157k miles, 3.5 liter engine with 915 transmission. It's a straight, clean, and solid driver for just $47,500.
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