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Porsche 911T
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  • Porsche 911T 2.4 MFI

    £94,995 £94,995

    The engine bay presents in good order and the car is still fitted with the correct matching number MFI engine. The yellow paintwork in the engine compartment is all original. The rubbers and plastics maintain a fresh appearance and even the factory stickers are still intact.

    • Year: 1972
    • Mileage: 90322 mi
    For sale
    £94,995 £94,995
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  • 1971 Porsche 911T Sunroof

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    With well over 100 years of motoring behind mankind, there are only a few cars that have etched themselves into history as timeless. Cars that are still produced today with the same DNA and accolades of the original that kicked off their success all those years ago. Porsche is easily at the top, the 911 is perhaps the longest running production car of all time, next to the corvette. It’s a simple formula that works, and because it works so well there is no real need to change its iconic characteristics, only to improve upon. Though design started in 1959 and the first prototype wasn’t launched until 1963/64 the World came to know the first 911 in 1965. Since evolution can best be defined within the Porsche 911, we can trace the cars roots from today back it its inception. From a contemporary, collectors/enthusiasts standpoint the Pre-73 911’s stand out as the most desirable, interesting, and purest of the breed. Thus, most collectible, exhilarating and raw in their delivery of a driving experience as originally intended by “Butzi” Porsche. The example on offer here is a 1971 Porsche 911T and is one of three road going variants offered in 1971. The customer had the option of the ver

    • Year: 1971
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  • 1969 Porsche 911T Targa

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    By 1965 Porsche had a lot going for itself. The 356 was a huge hit having produced more than 76,000 examples worldwide in a variety of variants between coupes, cabs, and roadsters with a variety of engines and options. Their motorsports success was ever increasing and on par with those of other major manufacturers. This was also the year of the launch of the 911/912 models that Butzi Porsche had penned only a few years earlier. Things were moving along nicely. When the 911 was launched in 1964 it was an immediate success between the refined design, bigger engine, and its possibilities on motor racing circuits. The 911 successfully replaced the 356 in all facets except for one, it didn’t offer open top motoring for those Porsche customers who loved the cabriolets and roadsters, of which during their 17 years of the 356 production there was always a roadster or cabriolet to match the coupe. Originating from the famous road race in Siciliy, the “Targa Florio” (of which Porsche had much success over the years) the 911 Targa was introduced in 1967 nearly 3 years after the 911’s debut. It was offered in both 911 and 912 variants and was a big part of the market for Porsche to capture as

    • Year: 1969
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  • 1972 Porsche 911T

    $65,000(£0) $65,000(£0)

    The Porsche 911 is a sports car that is held near and dear to the hearts of many. Porsche’s brand itself holds great racing pedigree and is responsible for some of the most prestigious automobiles in petrol head history. The 550 Spyder, the 356 Speedster, the 911 Carrera RS, the 911 RSR, the 917, the 959, the Carrera GT, all irrefutably impressive cars that have had significant impact on the car world and that is only a handful off of Porsche’s long resume. When you boil all these cars down, each are strongly connected to the 911. If it were not for the coming about of 911, there is a good chance some of these legends would not exist today. So, what exactly is it that makes the 911 so special? One could argue many points but as the cheeky Brit and presenter of the Grand Tour , Jeremy Clarkson, once said, “they are just very good sports cars.” What are considered to be the purest 911s are the examples built during the “long hood era” , which comprises of models built from 1965 to 1973. It is these units that most strongly embrace the original 911, uncorrupted and as analog as it could possibly get. These cars served as the foundation for a legacy that still thrives today, over 50 ye

    • Year: 1972
    For sale
    $65,000(£0) $65,000(£0)
  • 1973 PORSCHE 911T 2.4 LITER SUNROOF COUPE

    $127,500(£0) $127,500(£0)

    --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

    • Year: 1973
    • Mileage: 2017 mi
    For sale
    $127,500(£0) $127,500(£0)
  • Porsche 911T 2.4 Targa "Ölklappe"

    €120,000(£0) €120,000(£0)

    This beautiful classic 911T 2.4 Targa is just arrived in our stock. It has the famous "Ölklappe" or external oil filler door, which was only produced for less then a year. This makes it quite a rare and sought after version today. The car was delivered new in US, so it has the more powerful 140 bhp engine. Finished in its original colour combination of silver metallic 8010 with a black interior, it looks very classy. The 911 came to Belgium in 1991, where it had two successive owners. The last owner bought the car in 2008, and had it completely restored to original factory specification by Carrera Motors, one of the official Porsche Centres in Belgium. This impressive restoration is completely documented with many pictures, and a heavy file with invoices for a total amount exceeding 100.000 EUR ! The restoration was finished in 2010, and the car still looks like new. It is a pleasure to drive, and can easily be used as a daily classic. We haven't seen many 911's in a better condition then this example. So if you are looking for a perfectly restored classic 911, with an impressive documentation file as a proof, then this is the one. Finished in one of the best colour combinations, a

    • Year: 1972
    • Mileage: 20481 mi
    For sale
    €120,000(£0) €120,000(£0)