SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Porsche 912 Coupe 1965, 3 clocks, in nice driverscondition Delivery of this Porsche 912 coupe was on 28th of octobre 1965. The Porsche has the original Polorot (6602B) paint. The recently renewed interior has black leather. The first 912’s were recognizable by the 3 clocks and brushed aluminium dashboard. This Porsche is in a beautiful and good driverscondition. The car has the original 1582CC, 90 HP engine and manual gearbox. This beautiful and well driving 912 of the first series is an interesting investment. Car has USA title and document importduties for every EU country are paid by us. Documentation is complete for registration in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importduties. We can help with transport. Trading in, buying and consignment possible.
The Porsche 911 was launched to wide acclaim in 1963 to replace the original aging 356 series. With its new 2.0 flat 6 engine and sleek distinctive design, it was much faster and more technically advanced than the car it replaced, but it was also considerably more expensive. Concerned that the considerable price increase over of the 356 would cost the company sales, Porsche decided to introduce a new 4 cylinder variant called the 912. Essentially this was a 911 fitted with the engine from the outgoing 356 and in standard form, a more basic specification to bring pricing closer to the outgoing 356. Although it’s the 911 that has become an icon, it was the 912 when launched in 1965 that was the sales success for Porsche, it outsold the 911 by some margin particularly in the American market. With their short wheel base (SWB) these early 911s were renowned for their tricky handling on the limit, but the 912 with a lighter and smaller 4 cylinder engine fitted, was much more nimble and confidence inspiring. Ironically, fast forward over 50 years and its these quirky SWB cars that are highly revered with Porsche enthusiasts and collectors today. Manufacturing of the SWB cars continued unt
>>>>> Oldtimerfarm is going to renovate! Due to renovations we are currently publishing less pictures per car on our website. For more pictures or more information please contact Xavier via phone: 0472/401338 or via e-mail: email@example.com Oldtimerfarm specializes in consignment sales of vintage and collection cars and we are proud to present you this car. Oldtimerfarm is located in Belgium, 9880 Aalter, Steenweg op Deinze 51C, where this car is in our showroom. We are open from Tuesday to Saturday 10-17h (also without appointment). We are closed on Sundays and Mondays. Mondays on appointment only. Make sure you scroll down to look at the extensive photo report (100 pictures). Of course, a more detailed description can be obtained by telephone. Contact us: Xavier: 0032 472 40 1338 (NL, FR, DE, EN, IT) firstname.lastname@example.org Olivier: 0032 473 11 7300 (NL, FR, DE, EN) email@example.com Oldtimerfarm from Aalter would also like to sell your classic car or car collection. For more information, please contact Xavier. Exhibitions where you can find us: Pictures of the car:
This is a nice 1969 Porsche 912, priced to sell, 99965 miles, matching numbers, 5-speed, LHD, in its original factory Irish Green (Kunstharzlack 6806) with tan interior, Blaupunkt radio, and steel wheels. The car starts on the button and is running, driving and stopping well, with full NOVA clearance (all UK/EU import duties/taxes paid), a new set of tyres, new fuel tank, and a new battery. It is all-original, and a prime candidate for restoration, with its original factory maintenance records showing service stamps dating back to September 1969. As we all know, these cars have skyrocketed in value in the last few years, with fully-restored examples attaining in excess of £75,000 at auction. Apart from being a beautiful, classic design icon - and a great investment - they are reliable, economical (30 mpg), and simple to maintain. They are also getting increasingly hard to find, especially at this price point. This car could also be MOTd and driven as is. The body looks good, but has been badly filled in places. The undercarriage is generally not bad, but will require some welding around the rear torsion bar mount, and possibly a couple of other locations. The front end and battery area are (unusually) solid overall; the interior is not that bad, the glass is all in good condition, the rear pop-out windows and front vent triangles all work well, and the lights are all functioning. The original driver's handbook, spare wheel and jack are all present. Here are some other areas that definitely need immediate attention: the headliner is missing; the interior door handles are not working; the driver's side window is not going up (needs new regulator), the dash has a crack in the centre, and the driver's seat has a couple of splits in it. These should all be fairly minor jobs for someone who knows these cars - interested parties are encouraged to come and view the car, which is located near Lavenham in Suffolk. Many more photographs can be viewed at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/janpflickr/albums/72157681211900552/page3
(SOLD) A very original and complete car, that is quite solid. This Porsche has a nice fit to the body and is detailed inside and out. It has recently completed a full restoration by Classic Showcase. Our Porsche has the original dash, original Blaupunkt radio, new paint, new rubber, new interior, and new trim.
(SOLD) It is almost impossible to find a well-documented, original, black plate 912. It comes with the original factory maintenance records, owner’s manual, and all Porsche paperwork. This 912 is in a beautiful color combination of silver with black interior, and sports Fuchs Alloy wheels. It features a Blaupunkt AM/FM radio with Hirschman antenna, matching spare tire and wheel, and a correct tool roll and jack. This unmolested original 912 has been maintained and serviced on a regular basis, with tremendous patina.
(SOLD) This Porsche 912 has been restored to a Show/driver level by Classic Showcase Inc. In the process of the restoration The vehicle has been stripped to bare metal repainted color sanded and buffed. Our professional upholsterer updated the interior with new seats, new panels, new carpet and a restored targa top. A Full mechanical service and vehicle detail was performed by Classic showcase. It has a new interior and new rubber. It has also been upgraded to dual Weber carburetors for better driveability. This is an original California car.
(SOLD) This vehicle has been stripped, fitted, and prepped for paint patina, color sanded, and buffed.
(SOLD) Classic Showcase is currently performing a Show/Driver level restoration on this early Porsche 912 coupe as it had all the desirable early features of a 912 which made it a great candidate for restoration. This coupe has had two previous owners and had been in storage for many years prior to our acquiring it. The engine has been freshly rebuilt to factory specifications, and all other systems are in the process of being rebuilt to the same high level. The transmission and the hydraulic system have been completely rebuilt, restored or replaced, all brake and fuel lines were replaced, and the gas tank was epoxy sealed. This 912 has many original mechanical features such as a 5 speed transmission, locking steering column ignition switch (which is very rare on the 912), three-instrument painted dash, factory European gas heater mounted in the smuggler’s box with controls on the dash, 4-screw front horn grille, and an original interior. Now it has updated CV’s, axles, new brakes, with a new suspension and rubber. During this rotisserie restoration, we metal finished the coupe, fit to a high level, primered, painted in base coat and clear coat, painted all the parts off the car, a
(SOLD) This 1966 Porsche 912 Coupe offers a great combination for the onlooker who is really interested in early SWB 912/911’s. This example is an original Irish Green over black car (confirmed by a Certificate of Authenticity), three-gauge 912 with the correct engine and offered with a five-speed transmission, one of the very few options available; an excellent and highly desirable combination. While early history is not entirely known we do know that it resided in Texas for quite some time up until about 2004 when it was acquired by a California enthusiast who kept it for some time. During this ownership the car received paint and an engine rebuild. It was hardly driven since and today should receive minor sorting and finishing to be considered a superbly restored example that would be show and tour worthy. The benefits of early Porsche ownership in today’s market are huge. There is a fantastic following of enthusiasts. But more importantly are the cars that will continue to define the brand and the market. These early three-gauge 912’s will certainly prove to be valuable pieces of Porsche history and the ultimate combination of 356 power and 911 styling.
1966 PORSCHE 912 An extraordinary example restored to an astonishingly high standard with simply jaw-dropping attention to detail. This is perhaps the finest example available for sale anywhere in the world today. The full nut bolt restoration, recently completed without consideration for cost, has produced a showstopper which will surely wow the crowds at any Porsche concours event.Handsome in Scwartz with Red Leather and ready to be enjoyed.
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