Since launch in 1963 the Porsche 911 has gone on to be probably the most successful sports car of all time. With an austere beauty and famed reliability the basic design has endured to this day, punctuated with derivatives that have become icons of the marque. The 911 2.4 S was such a model and in October 1973 the 2.7 Coupe was announced sharing the basic body style but with the inclusion of impact bumpers. The 2.7 engine delivered more torque to improve basic drivability with Jetronic fuel injection.
This Porsche 911 2.7 Coupe is finished in Grand Prix white with black leather interior and is in great condition. It comes complete with a comprehensive history file showing maintenance back to 1993 when it was subject to a full engine rebuild at 137,000 miles by TAE of Cornwall. The mileage is now 163,000 and has further servicing input from Maxted Page amongst others. There are also MOTs going back to 1993 which show its limited use since then. The mid seventies uncluttered styling is also enhanced by the very period ‘cookie cutter' wheels. Supplied with a MOT until March 2015.
As 911 values continue to rise the seventies 2.7 Coupes and early SC's are now on the march and the 2.7 offered here is a worthy example.